You Can Stream Every 2024 Best Picture Nominee Before the Oscars

You Can Stream Every 2024 Best Picture Nominee Before the Oscars

IT’S AWARD SEASON! If you love movies, it’s one of the best times of the year. While not every year is filled with stiff competition, it’s easy to say 2023 was a big year. Barbie and Oppenheimer are of course the two releases that had everyone talking, but that’s far from all. Poor Things, The Holdovers, The Zone of Interest, and five other films join Barbenheimer in competition up for the coveted title of Best Picture. You may have your own personal picks already, but if you’ve yet to watch all of the films, there may still be a lingering entry that sways you.

And that’s only of the 10 that made it in. The Iron Claw, The Color Purple, Asteroid City, Priscilla, and May December were also standouts (some might even say snubs!) that didn’t make the cut. If anything, we could have easily have had 20 nominees this year.

That said, the Oscars are coming up fast. And if you plan to watch this year, you’ll want to form your own opinions about who should win. It’s the Super Bowl of movies, except instead of two teams, there’s ten. You’ll want to have your favorites to make the event even more exciting.

With the decline of physical media and streaming dispersing where you can watch every film, it’s hard to keep track of which service has what movie. To help you out, we’ve got a handy list for every Best Picture nominee, so you can watch each of them before the Oscars.

Where to Stream Every Best Picture Nominee

Oppenheimer

a man in a suit and hat

Universal

This one’s easy. Christopher Nolan‘s Oppenheimer is streaming on Peacock. If you don’t have the service, you can rent it on Apple TV+ or Amazon Prime.

Stream Oppenheimer on Peacock

Rent Oppenheimer on Apple TV+

Rent Oppenheimer on Amazon

Barbie

a person smiling in a mirror

Warner Bros.

Barbie, directed by Greta Gerwig and starring Margot Robbie, has multiple options for streaming. Max, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video all have the film available to stream with a subscription.

Stream Barbie on Max

Rent Barbie on Amazon

Killers of the Flower Moon

a man standing on a car staring down at a woman

Apple

Since it was produced by Apple TV+, Martin Scorsese‘s Killers of the Flower Moon is obviously streaming on the platform. You can also buy it on Amazon.

Stream Killers of the Flower Moon on Apple TV+

Buy Killers of the Flower Moon on Amazon

Poor Things

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Searchlight Pictures

Poor Things has yet to hit a permanent streaming home, but it becomes available to purchase, and, eventually, rent, on February 27. To watch the film, you’ll have to rent it or purchase it on platforms like Amazon. It may also still be playing in a theater near you.

Stream Poor Things on Prime Video

Buy Poor Things Tickets

The Zone of Interest

a woman holding a baby in front of a plant

A24

Another film without a streaming home, Jonathan Glazer’s chilling Holocaust film The Zone of Interest can be purchased for $19.99 on platforms like Prime Video and Apple TV+. Since it’s an A24 production, it will eventually end up streaming on Max.

Stream The Zone of Interest on Prime Video

Stream The Zone of Interest on Apple TV+

Anatomy of a Fall

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NEON

The fantastic legal drama Anatomy of a Fall—featuring Best Actress nominee Sandra Hüller
is in select theaters, but you can also rent or purchase it.

Buy Anatomy of a Fall Tickets

Stream Anatomy of a Fall on Apple TV+

Stream Anatomy of a Fall on Prime Video

Past Lives

Past Lives, starring Russian Doll standout Greta Lee, is available to stream on Showtime/Paramount+, Hulu, and Prime Video.

Stream Past Lives on Paramount+

Rent Past Lives on Prime Video

The Holdovers

two men standing next to each other

Focus Features

The Holdovers, featuring the standout acting trio of Paul Giamatti (up for Best Actor), Dominic Sessa, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph (up for Best Supporting Actress), is available to exclusively stream on Peacock for subscribers, or to rent or purchase on other streaming services

Stream The Holdovers on Peacock

Stream The Holdovers on Prime Video

American Fiction

a man holding a book in a library

Amazon Prime

For $19.99, you can rent or purchase the satirical dramedy American Fiction, with Oscar-nominated performances from Jeffrey Wright and Sterling K. Brown, on various streaming services.

Stream American Fiction on YouTube TV

Stream American Fiction on Prime Video

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Milan Polk

Milan Polk is an Editorial Assistant for Men’s Health who specializes in entertainment and lifestyle reporting, and has worked for New York Magazine’s Vulture and Chicago Tribune.

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