The Academy Awards nominations have finally been unveiled earlier this year, and if you’re in the mood for an Oscars marathon—we’re here to help you out! Here’s where you can watch all ten best picture nominees, from Oppenheimer to Anatomy of a Fall.
Chances are you’ve already seen Barbie in theatres this summer, but if you’re in the mood to revisit Margot Robbie’s amazing journey from the comfort of your home—Max is the place to be.
Killers of the Flower Moon (Apple TV+)
Martin Scorsese’s historical epic chronicles the crimes committed against the Osage Nation in 1920s Oklahoma. With 10 Oscar nods under its belt, this film deserves a spot on your watch list, and it’s already available for streaming on Apple TV+.
Bradley Cooper’s latest film chronicles the life of the famed composer Leonard Bernstein, and it became available on Netflix after a short theatrical run.
The Holdovers (Peacock)
The Holdovers chronicles the journey of a cranky teacher forced to stay on campus with a troubled student and a grieving cook over the holiday break, and you can watch it on Peacock.
Christopher Nolan’s epic about the making of the atomic bomb is coming into this year’s Academy Awards with 13 nominations. It will be available on Peacock from February 16, but you can already rent it on other platforms, including Amazon, Apple TV, and Google Play.
American Fiction, Poor Things, and The Zone of Interest can only be seen in theatre. Anatomy of a Fall and Past Lives are available to rent on Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, Vudu, and YouTube.