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Where To Watch The 2024 Oscar-Nominated Movies

1/24/2023 • 4 min read

The 2024 Oscars are coming, and now that the nominations have been announced, we get to think about the movies that are most likely to take home gold statuettes in March. BARBIE, OPPENHEIMER, THE HOLDOVERS, KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON, and many more are among the top Oscar contenders this year.

Even better, we've also got the best way for you to see all the biggest Oscar-nominated movies on the big screen: Oscar Movie Week! Passes for the entire week of movies are on sale now. Get more info just below.

When Are the 2024 Oscars?

The 2024 Oscars take place on March 10, 2024. The ceremony will be held at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, which has been the venue for the Oscars since it opened in 2001. (The theatre was originally called the Kodak Theatre, but it became the Dolby in 2012.)

Who Votes for the Oscars?

The Oscars are voted on by members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. There are over ten thousand members of the Academy, which is divided into 17 branches. Members of each branch (actors, cinematographers, directors, editors, etc.) submit nominations for their own craft. (Three branches don't get awards: Casting directors, executives, and marketing.) Once the nominations are set, all members get to vote on all the nominees.

How Are the Oscars Predicted?

Look at it this way: Members of the acting branch of the Academy are almost certainly members of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG). So those members cast similar votes for both the SAG Awards and the Oscars. The main difference is that the guild awards tend to have a lot more varied categories than the Oscars do. So nominees tend to be funneled down to the biggest and/or most notable names.

The biggest indicators for likely Oscar nominations and winners are the big guild awards: SAG (Screen Actors Guild), WGA (Writers Guild), DGA (Directors Guild) and PGA (Producers Guild). In fact, the PGA Best Theatrical Motion Picture winner is almost always the strongest contender for Best Picture at the Oscars.

Since the PGA Awards began in 1990, 24 of the 35 winners went on to win Best Picture, including last year's EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. The others were all nominated for the big Oscars, and at this point, the slate of PGA nominations often becomes the nominated Oscar slate, too.

(If you're doing math based on the above, yes, it's a bit wonky, because in 2014 the PGA awarded its top prize as a tie between GRAVITY and 12 YEARS A SLAVE, the latter of which went on to win Best Picture at the Oscars.)

Where can you watch the 2024 Oscar-nominated movies?

As we have done in the past, Cinemark will present Oscar Movie Week prior to the Oscar ceremony. This is the best way for you to see all the movies nominated for Best Picture. Passes to see every movie presented as part of Oscar Movie Week are on sale now. Specific showtimes and seat reservations will be available on January 26.

Individual tickets for specific movies that are part of Oscar Movie Week will go on sale soon.


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