2018 Oscar winners and nominees: What’s streaming where

The 2018 Academy Awards are a wrap and the winners are in. First time director Jordan Peele won Best Director acclaim for his efforts in the mysterious Get Out. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri saw three of its cast members up for acting awards, winning two of them. The Shape of Water, meanwhile, took home the Best Picture bragging rights.

If you missed out on most of the nominated movies this year, here’s a look at where you can watch some of them online right now.

Streaming on Netflix

Netflix had a big night at this year’s awards, enjoying a total 8 nominations and winning its first ever Academy Award for Icarus, which was named Best Documentary. You can stream it along with the Netflix-produced Mudbound, which enjoyed a total of four nominations, including for Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, and Best Supporting Actress (Mary J. Blige).

Other films from this year’s awards that are available right now on Netflix include Logan (nominated Best Adapted Screenplay), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (nominated for Best Visual Effects), and Beauty and the Beast (nominated for Best Costume Design).

Available as digital rentals

If you have accounts with services such as iTunes, Google Play, PlayStation Plus, Xbox Live, and CinemaNow you can rent a slew of films from this year’s awards. Most notably, you can rent and stream four of the Best Picture nominees—Darkest Hour, Dunkirk, Lady Bird, and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

Other titles available for rent on most digital services include the mesmerizing Blade Runner 2049, which won Best Visual Effects, and the charming Disney-Pixar feature Coco, which won for Best Animated Feature.

Digital versions available for purchase

A handful of the most noteworthy films from this year’s awards are available digitally but only for purchase from services such as iTunes and Google Play. These include Best Picture winner The Shape of Water and Best Director winner Get Out. Also available is I, Tonya, which saw Allison Janney take home the Best Supporting Actress award, and Call Me By Your Name, which was nominated for Best Picture. 


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