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To give you a head start, we collected a list of Oscar nominated films and where to stream them online. This year’s Oscars will air live on Sunday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on ABC.
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Everything Everywhere All At Once – Leading this year’s Oscars race with 11 nominations, including best director, best film, best leading actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best costume design and best original score, Everything Everywhere All At Once is a reality-bending thriller starring Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Key Hu Quan and Jamie Lee Curtis. You can stream Everything Everywhere All At Once for free on Showtime and Prime Video (with a seven-day free trial to Showtime). The movies is also available for rent on Prime Video ($19.99) and other digital platforms.
The Fabelmans – Stephen Spielberg’s semi-autographical, coming-of-age story is about a young boy who falls in love with movies after his parents take him to see The Greatest Show on Earth. Spielberg directed and produced The Fabelmans, starring Gabriel LaBelle, Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Judd Hirsch. The film is available to buy digitally for $19.99 on Prime Video, Vudu, Red Box, YouTube, Google Play, etc.
Tár – Cate Blanchett plays renowned composer-conductor Lydia Tár in this psychological drama centered in the high-stakes world of classical music.
Written and directed by Todd Field, Tár earned Oscar nods for best actress, best original screenplay, best cinematography and best film editing. You can rent or buy Tár on Prime Video (from $5.99 and up).
Elvis – From humble beginnings to music icon. Elvis explores the King’s “unprecedented rise to fame” with Austin Butler starring as the singer-songwriter and Tom Hanks portraying his manager, Colonel Tom Parker. Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh and Olivia DeJonge also star.
Co-written and directed by Bazz Lurhman, Elvis received five Oscar nominations including a best actor nomination for Butler.
The Batman — Robert Pattinson transforms into the caped crusader in Matt Reeves’ The Batman. The film, which landed three nominations, also stars Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Jeffrey Wright, John Turturro, Peter Sarsgaard, Jayme Lawson, Andy Serkis and Colin Farrell.
Other Oscar-nominated films streaming on HBO Max: Navalny, Empire of Light, Banshees of Inisherin and All That Breathes.
Top Gun: Maverick — Tom Cruise returns to the pilot’s seat in Top Gun: Maverick. The star reprises his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, made famous in the original Top Gun, alongside a cast of new and familiar faces.
Top Gun: Maverick — starring Cruise, Miles Tiller, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer — has raked in more than $1 billion worldwide and nabbed six Oscar nominations. The action-packed film was released on Paramount+ late last year.
In addition to streaming free on Paramount, Top Gun: Maverick is also streaming on Prime Video and other digital platforms.
Turning Red – This family-friendly animated film from Domi Shi is about a 13-year-old girl who transforms into a giant red panda when she gets upset or overwhelmed. The Disney/Pixar film starring Rosalie Chiang, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, Jordan Fisher, Sandra Oh, Ava Morse and James Hong landed an Oscar nod for best animated feature film. Stream it free with a subscription to Disney+.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Coming soon! You’ll have to wait another week until Black Panther: Wakanda Forever drops on Disney+ on Feb. 1.
Ryan Googler’s MCU masterpiece received five Oscar nominations, including a best actress nod for Angela Bassett (a first for an MCU film) and best original song for Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up.”
Blonde — Ana de Armas scored a best actress nomination for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in Blonde. Andrew Dominik wrote and directed the film, which offers a fictitious take on Monroe’s life and was adapted from a novel of the same name.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinnochio — The director reimagines a timeless story in this Netflix animated feature film about a father who wishes to bring his wooden puppet to life.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery – A follow-up to 2022’s Knives Out, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery follows a tech billionaire who invites an eclectic group of friends to his private Greek Island – and of course, someone turns up dead. The star-studded casts includes Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Daniel Craig, Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick and Kathryn Hahn.
RRR — Directed by SS Rajamouli, RRR shares the “tale of two legendary revolutionaries” who return home to fight against British colonialist in 1920s India. RRR received three Oscar nominations, including a best original song nod for “Naatu Naatu,” making it the first song from an Indian film to be nominated in the category.
All Quiet on the Western Front – Based on the bestselling novel of the same name, All Quiet on the Western Front shares the harrowing story of a young German soldier serving during World War I. The cast includes Felix Kammerer, Paul Bäumer, Daniel Bruhl, Albrecht Schuch and Aaron Hilmer.
Some of the Oscar-nominated films are only available in theaters, but will make their way to streaming platforms at some point. They include The Whale, starring Brendan Fraser as a reclusive, overweight English teacher who attempts to reconnect with his daughter. Fraser was nominated for best actor for his role in the film.
Avatar: The Way of Water, James Cameron’s Avatar sequel, has already made $2 billion at the box office. Another Oscar nominated film currently in theaters, Women Talking is based on a true story that was adapted from the Miriam Toews novel of the same name. Loosely based on actual events, Women Talking chronicles the story of women isolated in a religious colony in Canada.