Of the 10 films nominated to win the Best Picture statuette at this year’s Oscars gala, which will be held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles on March 12, five are available on streaming platforms. streaming for rs or for rent. Neither tarneither Banshees by Inisherinneither The Fabelmansneither The triangle of sadnessneither They speak They have still been released in Spain (the last two will hit theaters, respectively, on January 27, February 3, February 10, and February 17). Here we include a list of where to see the rest, and other of the films most nominated by the Hollywood Academy.
Everything at once everywhere Movistar+
The film that heads the list of nominations, present in 11 different categories, can be seen on Movistar+. It can also be rented on Prime Video, Filmin, Apple TV, and Rakuten.
No news at the front Netflix
This German blockbuster from Netflix, which is the only one on the list that has not gone through the big screen, can be found in the catalog of the red platform of streaming. It has been one of the films that has received the most nominations, with nine, including best film, best adapted screenplay and best international film.
Avatar: The Water Sense Cinema
The second installment of James Cameron’s commercial saga is only available in theaters, but will soon be available for rent on Disney+ Plus.
Elvis HBO Max
the frantic biopic about the king of rock by Baz Luhrmann can be enjoyed on HBO Max. It is also for rent on Apple TV, Rakuten and Prime Video.
Top Gun: Maverick Prime Video
The latest film in the action saga starring Tom Cruise is included in the Prime Video catalog and can be rented on Chili, Rakuten TV and Apple TV.
Argentina, 1985 Prime Video
The film nominated in the international category that has had the most impact in Spain is available on Prime Video.
This British drama that tells the relationship between a young father and his pre-adolescent daughter, and for which its director, Charlotte Wells, won the French Touch award at the Cannes festival last year, at just 35 years old, has been running since on December 16.
Living room Cinema
This remake British film by Akira Kurosawa Live, for which Bill Nighy has received the nomination for best actor and writer Kazuo Ishiguro for best adapted screenplay, can be seen on the big screen from January 6.
The controversial film about the life of Marilyn Monroe played by Ana de Armas is in the Netflix catalog.
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