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How to Watch The Latest Oscar Nominated Films Without Leaving Your Couch

How to Watch The Latest Oscar Nominated Films Without Leaving Your Couch

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced nominees for the 94th Academy Awards earlier this month, and while some contenders are still playing in theaters, 2022 is looking a lot like the breakout year for streaming movies.

The dominating player is Netflix’s The Power of the Dog, which managed to pick up 12 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. Dune, which will be available on HBO Max beginning March 10, follows close behind with 10 nominations.

Eager to catch up on some of these favorites before the official pronouncement on March 27? We’re here to help. Below is a complete guide on where to watch feature film nominees at the 2022 Oscars.

1. Netflix

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The Power of the Dog: Picture, director, actor (Benedict Cumberbatch), supporting actor (Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee), supporting actress (Kirsten Dunst), adapted screenplay, cinematography, film editing, original score, production design and sound

Don’t Look Up: Picture, screenplay, score and film editing

Tick, Tick … Boom!: Actor (Andrew Garfield) and film editing

The Lost Daughter: Actress (Olivia Colman), supporting actress (Jessie Buckley) and adapted screenplay

The Mitchells vs. the Machines: Animated feature

The Hand of God: International feature

2. Hulu

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Nightmare Alley: Picture, cinematography, costume design and production design

Spencer: Actress (Kristen Stewart)

Flee: Animated feature, documentary and international feature

The Worst Person in the World (coming soon): International feature and original screenplay

Summer of Soul: Documentary

Four Good Days: Song

3. Disney+

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West Side Story (coming March 2): Picture, director, supporting actress (Ariana DeBose), cinematography, costume design, production design and sound

Encanto: Animated feature, score and song

Raya and the Last Dragon: Animated feature

Luca: Animated feature

Cruella: Costume and makeup and hairstyling

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings: Visual effects

Free Guy (coming Feb 23): Visual effects

4. Amazon Prime

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Being the Ricardos: Actor (Javier Bardem), actress (Nicole Kidman) and supporting actor (J.K. Simmons)

Attica: Documentary

Coming 2 America: Makeup and hairstyling

5. HBO Max

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Dune (coming March 10): Picture, adapted screenplay, score, costume design, sound, film editing, makeup and hairstyling, cinematography, production design and visual effects

Drive My Car (coming March 2): Picture, director, international feature and adapted screenplay

Nightmare Alley: Picture, cinematography, costume design and production design

The Eyes of Tammy Faye: Actress (Jessica Chastain) and makeup and hairstyling

King Richard (coming April 7): Picture, actor (Will Smith), supporting actress (Aunjanue Ellis), original screenplay, film editing and original song

6. Apple TV+

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CODA: Picture, supporting actor (Troy Kotsur) and adapted screenplay

The Tragedy of Macbeth: Actor (Denzel Washington), cinematography and production design

7. Paramount+

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Ascension: Documentary

8. Available for purchase on Apple, Amazon or Vudu

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Belfast: Best picture, best director, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best original screenplay, best sound, and best song

No Time to Die: Song, sound and visual effects

House of Gucci: Makeup and hairstyling

Lunana A Yak in the Classroom: Documentary

9. In theaters only (for now)

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Licorice Pizza: Picture, director and original screenplay

Cyrano: Costumed design

Spider-man: No Way Home: Visual effects


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