Where are all of this year's Oscar movies streaming?

Missed a few of those 2023 Best Picture nominees? Our Oscar movies streaming guide is here to catch you up

Where are the 2023 Oscar movies streaming? Including Everything Everywhere All At Once, Women Talking, Elvis and Avatar: Way of Water
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Need a last-minute marathon of those Best Picture flicks? Our Oscar movies streaming guide will tell you everything you need to know about watching this year's most prestigious and popular movie releases—all from the comfort of your own sectional.

Awards show season 2023 has already gifted us plenty of memorable moments, from that uncanny Jenna Ortega and Aubrey Plaza meet-up at the SAG Awards to the Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny mash-up of our musical dreams at the Grammys to the undeniable chemistry between Amelia Dimoldenberg and Andrew Garfield at the Golden Globes.

So we're expecting big things from the 2023 Academy Awards—which will air Sunday, March 12 on ABC—including new additions to our list of the most iconic red carpet dresses and, yes, getting to see some of our favorite flicks of the year take home the gold. (Though maybe we can leave the face slaps for another event, eh, Will Smith?) 

But where are the Oscar movies streaming? Catch up before Sunday with our guide on how to watch this year's Best Picture nominees at home. 

Oscar movies streaming: where to watch the Best Picture noms

Where is 'Everything Everywhere All At Once' streaming?

Streamer: Hulu, Paramount Plus and Prime Video, all with Showtime add-on

Screen legend Michelle Yeoh is the frontrunner for Best Actress this year—which would make her only the second woman of color to ever win the category, after Halle Berry—for her work in Everything Everywhere All At Once, a sci-fi crowdpleaser that tackles multiple dimensions, mother-daughter relationships and, uh, hot dog fingers. (Trust us, it'll make more sense when you watch it.) 

Where is 'The Banshees of Inisherin' streaming?

Streamer: HBO Max, Hulu and Prime Video

Ever been ghosted by a good friend? This wistful Irish comedy—reuniting Colin Farrell with his In Bruges buddies, actor Brendan Gleeson and writer-director Martin McDonagh—is that to the extreme, after a lifelong friendship abruptly ends and throws a rural coastal town into chaos. The Banshees of Inisherin is up for nine awards at the 2023 Oscars, including nods for Farrell, Gleeson and McDonagh—but justice for Jenny the donkey!

Where is 'Triangle of Sadness' streaming?

Streamer: Hulu

Packed with more "rich people behaving badly on a boat" hijinks than could fill an entire season of Below Deck Mediterranean, the outrageous dark comedy Triangle of Sadness follows the super-wealthy guests of a luxury cruise, including a couple of celebrity fashion models (Harris Dickinson and Charlbi Dean), as well as the boat's beleaguered staff, helmed by a chaotic, alcoholic captain (played by Woody Harrelson). 

Where is 'Elvis' streaming?

Streamer: HBO Max

Best Actor nominee Austin Butler takes on the lip-curling, hip-swinging King of Rock and Roll in this characteristically over-the-top Baz Luhrmann-directed biopic, which chronicles the music icon's relationships with wife Priscilla Presley and manager Colonel Tom Parker (yes, that's Tom Hanks under all that) across two decades. 

Where is 'Tár' streaming?

Streamer: Peacock

Maestro or madwoman? In Tár, Cate Blanchett gifts us with one of the most viral movie characters in ages with Lydia Tár, a world-renowned orchestra conductor whose high-profile reputation is tarnished by a string of sexual scandals and the resulting cancel culture. If the acclaimed Australian actress takes Best Actress at Sunday's ceremony, it will be her third win. 

Where is 'All Quiet on the Western Front' streaming?

Streamer: Netflix

The Academy loves a historic war movie, and this year it's All Quiet on the Western Front, yet another adaptation of the 1929 novel of the same name by Erich Maria Remarque. However, despite sharing a name and source material, the 2023 Netflix movie is not a remake of the 1930 classic. Instead, the 2023 Netflix version delves even deeper into the perspective of an idealistic young German soldier, Paul Bäumer (played by newcomer Felix Kammerer). 

Where is 'Top Gun: Maverick' streaming?

Streamer: Paramount Plus

Set 30 years after the 1986 original movie, the soaring Top Gun sequel has Tom Cruise back in the pilot seat as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, who is tasked with training a new group of rookie aviators—including Bradley "Rooster" Bradshaw (Miles Teller), the son of his late best friend Goose, with whom he has a contentious relationship.

Where is 'The Fabelmans' streaming?

Streamer: The Fabelmans is not yet streaming, but is available to buy or rent on Prime Video or Apple TV

Legendary director Steven Spielberg gets personal—very personal—in this semi-autobiographical family drama that pulls from his own adolescence and beginnings as a filmmaker. It follows aspiring young director Sammy Fabelman (Gabriel LaBelle) as he deals with all of the pains that come with growing up, including school bullies, new girlfriends and his parents' looming separation. 

Where is 'Women Talking' streaming?

Streamer: Women Talking is not yet streaming, but is available to buy or rent on Prime Video or Apple TV

Directed by Sarah Polley and inspired by the 2018 novel of the same name, the all-star drama (Claire Foy, Rooney Mara, Frances McDormand and Jessie Buckley make up the cast, among others) follows a group of women living in an isolated religious colony and raging against a patriarchal society that's turned radical and violent. (If you're getting The Handmaid's Tale vibes, you're not the only one.) 

Where is 'Avatar: The Way of Water' streaming?

Streamer: As of now, the only way to watch Avatar: The Way of Water is to actually go to the movie theater in person

The long-awaited Avatar sequel drops audiences right back into the world of Pandora as Jake Sully (Sam Worthington), Ney'tir (Zoe Saldaña) and their children escape a renewed human invasion and seek shelter in the oceanic reefs of the Metkayina clan. The stunning sci-fi blockbuster is up for four awards at the 2023 Oscars, including Best Visual Effects. 

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