Where to stream all the movies nominated for a Best Picture Oscar in 2024

From the Barbie movie to Past Lives, there's some great films nominated this year. Here's how you can watch them before the Academy Awards 2024.
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The 96th Oscars ceremony is almost upon us! It's not long now until we see what's probably the biggest awards show in Hollywood. Make sure to mark down your calendars for Sunday, March 10, 2024 at 7 p.m. ET on ABC to tune in. The three and a half hours long event is hosted by Jimmy Kimmel and will be available to stream on Hulu the next day.

Ahead of the Oscars 2024, you might be interested in watching the movies nominated for Best Motion Picture. This year, there's a total of 10 films up for a possible win, including Barbie, Killers of the Flower Moon, Oppenheimer, and Poor Things. I'm personally rooting for Barbie! Below, we shared the list of productions nominated, and keep scrolling to find out where you can stream them now.

  • American Fiction
  • Anatomy of a Fall
  • Barbie
  • The Holdovers
  • Killers of the Flower Moon
  • Maestro
  • Oppenheimer
  • Past Lives
  • Poor Things 
  • The Zone of Interest
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American Fiction

Streaming on MGM+:

  • Monthly: 7-Day free trial then $6.99/month
  • Yearly: Limited-time offer of $58.99/year

American Fiction stars Jeffrey Wright as Monk, a "frustrated novelist" who is tired of the world reducing people to stereotypes, including the entertainment industry, per the synopsis. Under a pseudonym, he writes a "Black book" that "propels him to the heart of hypocrisy and the madness he claims to disdain."

Anatomy of a Fall

  • Rent for $5.99: Apple TV, Prime Video
  • Rent for $6.99: YouTube, Google Play
  • *Starting March 22, available to stream on Hulu ($7.99/month with ads or $17.99/month no ads)

Anatomy of a Fall is a French legal drama movie starring Sandra Hüller as Sandra Voyte and Milo Machado-Graner as Daniel Maleski. Sandra is suspected of her husband's murder and their blind son "faces a moral dilemma as the sole witness," per the synopsis.

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Streaming on Max:

  • With Ads - $9.99/month
  • Ad-Free - $15.99/month
  • Ultimate Ad-Free - $19.99/month

The Barbie movie is my personal favorite on this list, and it's been disappointing to see the film get snubbed in so many categories this awards season. Of course director Greta Gerwig and actress Margot Robbie got the biggest snub of all for not even being nominated at Oscars 2024. It's truly disappointing.

Robbie takes on the titular role, with Ryan Gosling as Ken and American Ferrera as Gloria. The Barbies and Kens are living in the seemingly perfect world of Barbie Land, but things change when Traditional Barbie starts to get. thoughts of death. Traveling to the real world, she'll learn what it's like to be human.

The Holdovers

Streaming on Peacock:

  • Premium (with ads) - $5.99/month
  • Premium Plus (no ads) - $11.99/month

The Holdovers, starring Paul Giamatti, is centered around a New England prep school instructor who stays there during Christmas break to "babysit a handful of students with nowhere to go," per the synopsis. He bonds with a smart but troubled student and the school's head cook who recently lost her son in the Vietnam War.

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Killers of the Flower Moon

Streaming on Apple TV+ for $9.99/month

Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, and Lily Gladstone star in Killers of the Flower Moon, which is one of the strongest movies on this list. "At the turn of the 20th century," the Osage Nation found fortune in oil and became some of the richest people, per the synopsis. This caught the attention of "white interlopers, who manipulated, extorted, and stole" from them. At the center of it all is a love story between Ernest Burkhart and Mollie Kyle.


Streaming on Netflix:

  • Standard with ads - $6.99/month
  • Standard - $15.49
  • Premium - $22.99/month

Maestro is a biographical drama based on the real-life composer Leonard Bernstein and actress Felicia Montealegre. It follows the relationship between the two, a "towering and fearless" but also tumultuous love story. It foucuses on a story of family and love.

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Streaming on Peacock:

  • Premium (with ads): $5.99/month
  • Premium Plus (no ads): $11.99/month

The film getting many of the awards this season, and deservedly so, is Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer. Cillian Murphy stars in the titular role as the real-life atomic bomb developer J. Robert Oppenheimer during World War II.

Past Lives

Streaming on Paramount+ with Showtime:

  • Paramount+ Essential - $5.99/month (does not include movie)
  • Paramount+ with Showtime - $11.99/month

If you want to watch a film that's going to make you emotional while also being romantic it's Past Lives. Greta Lee and Teo Yoo take on the lead roles as Nora and Hae Sung, respectively. The two childhood friends reconnect years later after Nora's family emigrates from South Korea, per the synopsis. When they reunite, they get to spend one week together reflecting on "destiny, love, and the choices that make a life."

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Poor Things 

Streaming on Hulu:

  • Hulu (No Ads) for $17.99/month (first month free)
  • Hulu (With Ads) for $7.99/month (first month free)
  • Hulu + Live TV for $76.99/month (Includes Disney+ and ESPN+)

Another movie doing very well this awards season is Emma Stone's Poor Things. When Bella Baxter (Stone) is brought back to life by an "unorthodox scientist," per the synopsis. She starts out child-like, but starts to develop and understand the world around her. Bella decides to run away with lawyer Duncan Wedderbun (Mark Ruffalo), while standing up for "equality and liberation."

The Zone of Interest

Available to rent for $19.99: Apple TV, YouTube, Vudu, Prime Video, Google Play

The Zone of Interest stars Christian Friedel as German Nazi commandant Rudolf Höss and Sandra Hüller as his wife Hedwig Höss. It follows the story of the couple who are looking to build a "dream life for their family" in a home and garden right next to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where Christian is a German SS officer.

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