The Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday. Several films are already available on VOD or on streaming platforms.
In the West, nothing new, Top Gun or Elvis, some Oscar-nominated films are already available for rental on video on demand, or on streaming platforms.
• To see on Netflix
Nothing New in the West, the film based on the famous novel by Eric Maria Remarque, has been nominated 9 times, notably in the categories of the best-adapted screenplay, best visual effects, best film, or even best music. Netflix subscribers can see it, as can Glass Onion, nominated in the Best Adapted Screenplay category, or The Sea Monster and Pinocchio, which appears in the Best Animated Film category. Finally, Blonde, which only gets one nomination for Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, is also on Netflix.
Netflix has 18 Oscar Nominations this year.
• To see on demand
Other films in the running for the Oscars have been released in theaters and are now available for rental on video on demand. This is the case of Elvis, released last June, but also of Top Gun, Without filter, Palme d’Or at the last Cannes festival, or The Batman. Everything is everywhere all at once, the most nominated film this year, is also available for rental on several platforms.
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Apple, which made Oscar history last year by winning the Best Picture Oscar with Coda, which aired on Apple TV+, has only one film in the running this year, Causeway, nominated in the Best Actor category. in a supporting role, for Brian Tyree Henry.
• To see on Disney+
Red alert, the Pixar in the running for the Oscar for best-animated film, and is available on Disney +, without going through the cinema box.