Where to See This Year’s Big Awards Nominees

Where to See This Year’s Big Awards Nominees

Once Upon A Time in Hollywood

We are currently in the middle of the 2020 awards season and nominations for major movie honors are being announced every day. The Golden Globes winners have already been revealed. The Oscars are almost here. And various guild and critic organizations are recognizing the best of last year in numerous categories, including those for acting, writing, directing, and more.

To help you sort out all the contenders, here is a guide to all the big movie nominees and where to watch them, whether it’s in theaters or already available for streaming at home.

 

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino’s ode to the golden days of Tinseltown, which also deals with the Manson Family cult, stars Leonardo DiCaprio with support from Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie, all of whom have been recognized alongside a plethora of accolades across the board, from Best Picture to craft categories.

Winner: Golden Globes for Best Picture - Comedy/Musical, Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor (Brad Pitt); National Board of Review Awards for Best Director and Best Supporting Actor (Brad Pitt); New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Screenplay; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Production Design; Cannes Film Festival Palm Dog Award.

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Best Director; Critics’ Choice Awards (in 12 categories including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in 10 categories including Best Film); SAG Awards (in four categories); DGA Awards; PGA Awards; ASC Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; CDG Awards; CAS Awards; Artisan Awards.

Where to watch it: Rent/buy via FandangoNow

 

Joker

Joker

DC Comics’ iconic villain The Joker gets his own movie, free from his arch-nemesis Batman, with this gritty Scorsese-inspired drama starring Joaquin Phoenix as a criminally insane clown. Joker is a major player for Best Picture and Best Actor plus cinematography and music awards.

Winner: Golden Globes for Best Actor (Joaquin Phoenix) and Best Original Score; Venice Film Festival Golden Lion; HMMA Award for Best Original Score.

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Picture - Drama and Best Director; Critics Choice Awards (in seven categories including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in 11 categories including Best Film); SAG Awards (in two categories); PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ASC Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; VES Awards; CAS Awards; Artios Awards; Artisan Awards.

Where to watch it: Rent/buy it via FandangoNow

 

1917

1917

Director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins pull off a technical marvel with this World War I drama presented as one long take following two soldiers on a messenger mission.

Winner: Golden Globes for Best Picture - Drama and Best Director; National Board of Review Special Achievement in Filmmaking Award for Outstanding Cinematography.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Original Score; Critics’ Choice Awards (in eight categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in nine categories, including Best Film); DGA Awards; PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ADG Awards; ASC Awards; VES Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters, opening wide January 10th. Buy tickets.

 

Little Women

Little Women

Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel about sisters in 19th century New England stars acting award contenders Saoirse Ronan and Florence Pugh among its cast.

Winner: New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress (Laura Dern).

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Actress (Saoirse Ronan) and Best Original Score; Critics’ Choice Awards (in nine categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in five categories); PGA Awards; WGA Awards; HMMA Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets.

 

Bombshell

Bombshell

This depiction of the true story of Fox News head Roger Aisles’ sexual harassment scandal stars Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie, all of them major acting award contenders.

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Actress (Charlize Theron) and Best Supporting Actress (Margot Robbie); Critics’ Choice Awards (in four categories); BAFTA Awards (in three categories); SAG Awards (four nominations over three categories); PGA Awards; Artisan Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets.

 

Parasite

Parasite

Bong Joon-ho’s class drama about a poor Korean family who infiltrates a wealthy family’s home by all becoming hired help has been a major player for Best Picture in addition to being a frontrunner in foreign-language and international film categories.

Winner: Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film; Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or; Buil Film Awards (South Korea’s Academy Awards) for Best Film, Best Supporting Actor (Park Myeong-hoon), Best Supporting Actress (Lee Jeong-eun), Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography and Best Music; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor (Song Kang-ho); New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film; AFI Special Award; Australian Academy Award for Best Asian Film; National Board of Review Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

Nominee: Golden Globe Awards for Best Director and Best Screenplay; Critics’ Choice Awards (in seven categories); BAFTA Awards (in four categories, including Best Film); Independent Spirit Awards for Best International Film; SAG Award for Best Cast; DGA Awards; PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets. Available to buy on FandangoNow beginning January 14.

 

Jojo Rabbit

Jojo Rabbit

A little boy, whose imaginary friend is a goofy version of Adolf Hitler, learns to become more tolerant and empathetic in Nazi Germany during World War II in this dark comedy.

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Picture - Comedy/Musical and Best Actor (Roman Griffin Davis); Critics’ Choice Awards (in seven categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in six categories); SAG Awards (in two categories); DGA Awards; PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; CDG Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets. Available to buy on FandangoNow beginning February 4.

 

Judy

Judy

Renee Zellweger portrays Hollywood legend Judy Garland in her later years in this musical biopic, and she’s been a frontrunner for Best Actress at all the major awards.

Winner: Golden Globe for Best Actress - Drama; British Independent Film Awards for Best Actress and Best Makeup and Hair Design; National Board of Review Award for Best Actress.

Nominee: Critics’ Choice Awards for Best Actress and Best Hair and Makeup; BAFTA Awards (in three categories); Independent Spirit Award for Best Actress; SAG Award for Best Actress.

Where to watch it: Rent/buy via FandangoNow.

 

Rocketman

Rocketman

Taron Egerton has been racking up accolades for his portrayal of Elton John in this fantastical musical biopic about his rise to stardom and longtime songwriting collaboration with Bernie Taupin.

Winner: Golden Globes for Best Actor - Comedy/Musical and Best Original Song.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Picture - Comedy/Musical; Critics’ Choice Awards (in three categories); BAFTA Awards (in four categories); SAG Award for Best Actor; CDG Awards; CAS Awards; Artisan Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: Rent/buy via FandangoNow.

 

Hustlers

Hustlers

The true story of a group of former exotic dancers who scheme to steal money from unsuspecting wealthy clients has garnered Jennifer Lopez tons of accolades for her performance in a supporting role.

Winner: Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress; Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress; Independent Spirit Awards for Best Director, Best Supporting Actress and Best Cinematography; Gotham Award for Best Feature and Audience Award; SAG Award for Best Supporting Actress; CDG Awards; Artisan Awards.

Where to watch it: Buy/rent via FandangoNow.

 

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

Tom Hanks portrays iconic children’s television host Mister Rogers in this biographical drama for which he’s a contender in supporting actor categories.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor; Critics’ Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor and Best Adapted Screenplay; SAG Award for Best Supporting Actor; WGA Awards; ADG Awards; CDG Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets. Available to buy on FandangoNow beginning February 4.

 

The Farewell

The Farewell

Lulu Wang’s semi-autobiographical comedy/drama follows a Chinese family getting together for an impromptu wedding when they learn their matriarch has a terminal disease.

Winner: Golden Globe for Best Actress - Comedy/Musical (Awkwafina); Gotham Award for Best Actress.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language Film; Critics’ Choice Awards (in four categories); BAFTA Award for Best Foreign Language Film; Independent Spirit Awards (in two categories); Gotham Awards (in four categories); ACE Eddie Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: Rent/buy via FandangoNow.

 

Knives Out

Knives Out

Rian Johnson’s ensemble mystery movie, in which Daniel Craig stars as a detective investigating the death of a wealthy family patriarch, has mostly been receiving recognition for its screenplay.

Winner: National Board of Review Award for Best Ensemble.

Nominee: Golden Globes (in three categories); Critics’ Choice Awards (in three categories); BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay; PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; CDG Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets.

 

Ford v Ferrari

Ford v Ferrari

The true story of Ford Motor Company’s struggle to compete in the prestigious 24 Hours of Le Mans race is depicted in this drama from James Mangold starring acting contenders Christian Bale and Matt Damon.

Winner: HMMA Award for Best Original Score.

Nominee: Golden Globe for Best Actor - Drama (Christian Bale); Critics’ Choice Awards (in five categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in three categories); SAG Awards (in two categories); PGA Awards; ASC Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; VES Awards; CAS Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets.

 

Pain and Glory

Pedro Almodovar’s semi-autobiographical drama stars Antonio Banderas in a career-best performance as the filmmaker’s onscreen avatar in this international and acting category contender.

Winner: Cannes Film Festival Awards for Best Actor and Best Composer; European Film Awards for Best European Actor and Best European Production Designer; Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actor and Best Foreign Film; New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actor.
Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Actor - Drama and Best Foreign Language Film; Critics’ Choice Awards (in two categories); BAFTA Award (in one category); Goya Awards (Spain’s Academy Awards) (16 awards spread over 15 categories); HMMA Awards.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets. Available to buy on FandangoNow beginning January 14.

 

Harriet

Harriet

Cynthia Erivo has been nominated for various awards and has Oscar buzz for her portrayal of Harriet Tubman in this biopic about the important figure in American history as well as for her writing and performance of the original song “Stand Up.”

Winner: HMMA Award for Best Original Song.

Nominee: Golden Globes for Best Actress and Best Original Song; Critic’s Choice Awards for Best Actress and Best Song; SAG Award for Best Actress; HMMA Award for Best Original Score.

Where to watch it: In theaters: buy tickets. Available to buy on FandangoNow beginning January 14.

 

The Irishman

Martin Scorsese’s lengthy historical crime drama, focused in part on the legend of Jimmy Hoffa, reunites the filmmaker with actors Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci and also stars Al Pacino, all of whom are major awards contenders.

Winner: New York Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Film and Best Supporting Actor (Joe Pesci).

Nominee: Golden Globes (five nominations spread over four categories); Critics’ Choice Awards (14 nominations spread over 13 categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (10 nominations spread over nine categories, including Best Film); SAG Awards (four nominations spread over three categories); DGA Awards; PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ASC Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; ADG Awards; VES Awards; CAS Awards; Artisan Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: Streaming on Netflix.

 

Marriage Story

Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson duke it out as a divorcing couple, paired with lawyers played by Alan Alda and Laura Dern, in Noah Baumbach’s semi-autobiographical drama, which is a strong contender for writing and acting awards.

Winner: Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress (Laura Dern); Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award; Gotham Awards Audience Award.

Nominee: Golden Globes (in five additional categories, including Best Picture - Drama); Critics’ Choice Awards (in eight categories, including Best Picture); BAFTA Awards (in five categories); Independent Spirit Awards (in two categories); SAG Awards (in three categories); PGA Awards; WGA Awards; ACE Eddie Awards; Artios Awards.

Where to watch it: Streaming on Netflix.

 

The Two Popes

Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins have been the focus of awards as stars of this biographical drama, portraying Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI, two leaders of the Catholic Church who became close despite their ideological differences.

Nominee: Golden Globes (in four categories, including Best Picture - Drama); Critics’ Choice Awards (in two categories); BAFTA Awards (in five categories).

Where to watch it: Streaming on Netflix.

 

 

Awards Key:

BAFTA: British Academy

SAG: Screen Actors Guild

DGA: Directors Guild of America

PGA: Producers Guild of America

WGA: Writers Guild of America

ASC: American Society of Cinematographers

ACE: American Cinema Editors

ADG: Art Directors Guild

CDG: Costume Designers Guild

CAS: Cinema Audio Society

VES: Visual Effects Society

Artisan: Hollywood Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist Guild

Artios: Casting Society of America

HMMA: Hollywood Music in Media Awards

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