The 2020 Oscar nominations were announced this morning, setting off another intense race for the coveted title of Best Picture. Luckily, cinephiles won't have to head to the theaters to catch all the nominees before the winner is announced on February 9. Because it's 2020, some of the picks are available on streaming platforms (some of the nominees even premiered on them), and we've rounded up where to watch all of them for you below.
This Sam Mendes–directed WWI epic follows two soldiers on their dangerous mission to deliver a message that will prevent an attack on their troops. Because the film is still fresh—1917 had a limited release in December before going wide on January 10—it's still available to view only in theaters.
Ford v Ferrari
James Mangold's thrill ride is based on the true story of car designer Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale) in the '60s as they build a race car for Ford to challenge Ferrari at the prestigious sports car race, the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Netflix assembled the titans for this gangster saga based on real people, with Martin Scorsese at the helm, Robert De Niro as hitman Frank Sheeran, Al Pacino as union boss Jimmy Hoffa, and Joe Pesci as mobster Russell Bufalino.
Taika Waititi wrote and directed this World War II satire that follows a German boy (Roman Griffin Davis) who finds out his mother (Scarlett Johansson) is hiding a Jewish girl in their attic.
Joaquin Phoenix is Arthur Fleck, a party clown and aspiring comedian who's misunderstood, outcast, and lacks the necessary help and treatment for his mental illness. A darker take on DC Comics, Todd Phillips's film is an empathetic origin story illustrating the makings of a dangerous villain.
Greta Gerwig breathes new life into Louisa May Alcott's literary classic with an impeccable cast: Saoirse Ronan as Jo March, Florence Pugh as Amy March, Emma Watson as Meg March, Eliza Scanlen as Beth March, Timothée Chalamet as Laurie Laurence, Laura Dern as Marmee March, and Meryl Streep as Aunt March. Though other adaptations of Little Women are available to stream, the 2019 version, which debuted on Christmas Day, is watchable only in theaters for now.
Director and screenwriter Noah Baumbach paints a painful depiction of the emotional and financial realities of divorce through the unraveling marriage between theater director Charlie (Adam Driver) and actress Nicole (Scarlett Johansson).
Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood
For his ninth film, Quentin Tarantino reimagines part of the Manson murders in 1969 Los Angeles through the eyes of Western movie star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio)—who happens to live next door to Sharon Tate and Roman Polanski—and his stunt double, Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt).
Bong Joon-ho exposes the dynamics of wealth and class in this shocking thriller. A young man named Kim Ki-woo (Choi Woo-shik) poses as a tutor for the rich Park family to benefit his own impoverished folks, but things take an unexpected turn. And another.