Most Americans haven't seen a single movie nominated in the Best Picture category at next week's Academy Awards.

According to a poll by Reuters and IPSOS, 67% of the respondents said they have yet to watch any of the eleven films up for the top honor.

"Captain Phillips" starring Tom Hanks was the most-watched among the nominees. 15% say they have seen it.

"Gravity" with Sandra Bullock followed that with 14%.

The majority of respondents were also unsure which film would end up winning. 60% didn't have a guess, but "12 Years a Slave" had the most support at 9%.

[Metro Networks]