Where to watch the 2019 Oscar nominations in Boston - Metro US

Where to watch the 2019 Oscar nominations in Boston

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With the Oscars this Sunday, we’re all excited to know the big questions. Will an Avengers movie receive an Academy Award (for Visual effects, but still)? Will “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” get Best Animated Feature award that it rightly deserves? Will a Netflix movie win Best Picture? So many questions, so little time to watch them all! Thankfully, we live in Boston, which is home to many theaters that feature these movies. This is how you can watch the 2019 Oscar nominations in Boston.

Where to watch the 2019 Oscar nominations in Boston

AMC Boston Common 19  

AMC Theatres puts on an annual showcase of Oscar-nominated flicks each season, and this year is no different. As part of the Best Picture Showcase on Saturday, fans can see “Vice,” “Black Panther,” “A Star is Born” and “Green Book” at back-to-back showings. If sitting for 10-plus hours is not your thing, AMC is also showing individual features of “Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse,” “The Favourite” and “Green Book” throughout the weekend.

175 Tremont St., Boston, amctheatres.com

Regal Cinemas Fenway 13 & RPX

Like AMC, Regal Cinemas has an annual Best Picture Film Festival. Regal is showing “Black Panther,” “BlacKkKlansmen,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Favourite,” “Green Book,” “A Star is Born” and “Vice” on a rotating schedule throughout the weekend.  If you haven’t seen all of the Best Pictures nominees, this is your chance! 

201 Brookline Ave., Boston, regmovies.com

Kendall Square Cinema

Kendall Square Cinema is the theater to watch some of the not-so mainstream Oscar-nominated films. Known for showing avant-garde flicks, it makes sense the theater is screening, “Never Look Away.” This dramatic thriller is up for two nominations, Best Foreign Language Film and Best Cinematography. Their full list of Oscar-nominated films screening this weekend includes “Cold War,” “Capernaum,” “The Favourite,” “If Beale Street Could Talk,” “Vice” and “Shoplifters.” Kendall Square Cinema is also screening the Live Action and Animation Shorts nominees.

One Kendall Square, 355 Binney St., Cambridge, landmarktheatres.com

Oscar nominations in boston

Coolidge Corner Theatre 

Known as one of New England’s most beloved cultural landmarks, the Coolidge Corner Theatre is showing an array of Oscar nominees. Leading up to the big day, the Coolidge Corner will show “Capernaum,” “Cold War,” and “The Favourite.” But wait, there’s more! Cinephiles can catch the Oscar-nominated shorts for Animation, Live-Action and Documentary.

290 Harvard St., Brookline, coolidge.org

Somerville Theatre  

Located in Davis Square, the Somerville Theatre is showing a smorgasbord of movies. This list includes “Cold War”, “Vice”, “If Beale Street Could Talk,”  and “The Favourite.” Even better, movie-lovers can catch up on all of the Oscar-nominated shorts in all categories. 

55 Davis Square, Somerville, somervilletheatre.com

ShowPlace Icon

The ShowPlace Icon in the Seaport is the ideal theater to catch some Oscar-nominated films. With its reclining seats, a 21+ lounge, and a few Academy films, where can you go wrong? The theater is screening “Vice,” “Cold War,” “Green Book,” “A Star Is Born” and “The Favourite.”

 60 Seaport Blvd., Boston, showplaceicon.com

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