Let's rank the 2023 Oscar best picture nominees (2023)

Let's rank the 2023 Oscar best picture nominees (1)

The 95th annual Academy Award nominations were announced earlier today and, like most years, the tale is told in numbers, including 11 (the amount of nominations bestowed upon Everything Everywhere All At Once and nine (the number of nods for The Banshees Of Inisherin and All Quiet On The Western Front). But there are other numbers that suggest, whether for creative or mercenary reasons, that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the organization that hands out the Oscars, is ready to pump the brakes on its seemingly irreversible slide into irrelevance. The first number is 16.6 million, which is the number of viewers who watched last year’s slaphappy ceremony, the second-lowest since the Nielsen ratings service began tracking the show. As old-school Oscar lovers age out, the Academy, at long last, realized that their survival depends on enticing the TikTok generation and those between the coasts to tune into its glitzy gala.

And that leads us to the second crucial number: 1 billion. For the first time in Oscar history, two Best Picture nominees have grossed more than $1 billion worldwide, Avatar: The Way Of Water and Top Gun: Maverick. This is a promising sign that voters are finally using the extra five Best Picture slots added in 2009 for their intended purpose: to nominate big-budget blockbusters to get more people to care about who wins an Oscar. Of course, Way Of Water and Maverick helped resuscitate the theatrical moviegoing experience, which has been on life support since the beginning of the pandemic, so Hollywood can’t be faulted for rewarding them with a Best Picture nod.

Fear not, though, there are enough old guard voters to ensure that the Academy hasn’t totally succumbed to sequelitis. The 10 Best Picture nominees are collectively the most fair and comprehensive batch in years, ranging from the intellectual drama, Tár, to the one-percenter satire Triangle Of Sadness to Steven Spielberg’s remembrance from whence he came, The Fabelmans. So with T-minus 47 days until the March 12 ceremony on ABC, here are The A.V. Club’s rankings of all 10 Best Picture nominees for 2023. Spoiler alert: the Academy may deem them the best, but we may not…

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10. Triangle Of Sadness

10. Triangle Of Sadness

Only two films have ever won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival and a Best Picture Academy Award: 1955’s Marty and 2019’s Parasite. While its chances are slim, Triangle Of Sadness, could be the third. Swedish writer-director Ruben Östlund’s unsubtle but often painfully funny takedown of the one percent earned three Oscar nods including Best Director and Best Original Screenplay. The film operates in a target rich environment of the vapid and wealthy who are just asking to be ripped to shreds. From the empty-headed social media influencer to the elderly couple who made their fortune manufacturing grenades, none of these people seem to care about anything other than the luxuries that their wealth has afforded them. Östlund cleverly traps them on a yacht where there’s no escape from the boat’s bonkers captain (Woody Harrelson) or the unrelenting storm that leads to the ghastliest amount of violent projectile vomiting since the Griffin family downed bottles of ipecac on Family Guy. Östlund loses focus when a group of passengers winds up stranded on a desert island but, by that time, the satirical damage is done and the Oscar nominations have been justly earned. [Mark Keizer]

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9. Elvis

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9. Elvis

History shows that the Academy loves musical biopics. This year’s darling of that particular genre is Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis, an energetic, lightning-paced take on the King’s rise to fame told through the eyes of his eccentric manager, Colonel Tom Parker (played by Tom Hanks, who did not receive an Oscar nomination for once, and didn’t deserve one). As flashy and sliced-up as the film is, this is actually Luhrmann being restrained. Strip away the split screens and visual embellishments and you get a fairly straightforward rags-to-riches story narrated by the con man who took credit for it all. Austin Butler gamefully takes on the thankless task of replicating the vibe and vocals of one of the most charismatic rock ‘n’ roll performers to ever grace the stage. Or maybe not so thankless, since he did secure a best actor nomination for his performance. Reactions to the film seem to have come in waves—there was the hype, then the backlash to the hype, and finally a more measured reaction from those who waited them both out. The overall consensus, though, is that Butler steals the show. [Cindy White]

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8. Avatar: The Way Of Water

8. Avatar: The Way Of Water

For those who enjoyed 13 years’ worth of derisive laughter wondering if anyone wanted a sequel to 2009’s Avatar or could even name one character from 2009’s Avatar, director James Cameron would like a word with you. Not only has Avatar: The Way Of Water earned over $2 billion at the worldwide box office, it’s been nominated for four Oscars, including Best Picture. Since Cameron has a reputation of being, how shall we say this, not the best writer in town, a Best Original Screenplay nod has once again eluded him. However, the other three nods are in technical categories, including Visual Effects. That works for us because, despite our best efforts to dismiss the whole affair (and believe us, we tried), Avatar: The Way Of Water is magnificent to look at. We still have no idea what that whale thing is or how Sigourney Weaver’s character—whose name no one will ever remember—was resurrected. All we know is that Cameron brought wonder (and paying customers) back to the multiplex. The fact that he wasn’t nominated for Best Director seems a bit odd since everything Avatar all at once would not exist without him. But Cameron will just have to settle for being the only director to helm three films that earned more than $2 billion … and providing audiences with bleeding edge effects that made us feel like a kid again and are tailor made for the biggest damn movie theater you can find. [Mark Keizer]

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7. The Fabelmans

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7. The Fabelmans

Steven Spielberg has told the story of his parents’ divorce in brilliantly oblique ways before, most notably in his 1977 masterpiece, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. With The Fabelmans, he hits it on the head and, for his troubles, earned three of the film’s seven Oscar nominations. One of them, naturally, is for Best Director, and in this writer’s opinion it’s the least deserving directing nomination of his career. In this semi-autobiographical account of his adolescence, Spielberg takes no stylistic or narrative chances, nor does he convince us that the story of his upbringing is worth telling. The first two syllables of the word Fabelman puts us on notice that this will not be a pity-party version of a troubled childhood made difficult by antisemitism and a cheating mother, but rather something filtered through the gauzy mists of time and slathered in sentimentality. That’s fine, and Michelle Williams and Paul Dano are predictably terrific as little Sammy Fabelman’s parents. But one senses Spielberg was more interested in reliving his childhood than making it particularly involving or dramatic for an audience. If you wanted to nominate anyone from The Fabelmans, it should have been David Lynch for his fantastic, cigar-chomping cameo as director John Ford. [Mark Keizer]

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6. All Quiet On The Western Front

6. All Quiet On The Western Front

Much of the coverage of the 2023 Oscar nominations, including our own, noted the tremendous showing for Edward Berger’s All Quiet On The Western Front. While nine nominations, including one for Best Picture, was a genuine surprise, maybe it shouldn’t have been. This latest big screen adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s 1928 World War I novel is a powerful, urgent and unsparing depiction of war that takes its rightful place alongside other brutally realistic wartime epics like Saving Private Ryan. Berger doesn’t spare the mud, blood or despair in telling the story of a group of gung-ho recruits, led by Paul (Felix Kammerer, earning our sympathy from the get-go), who soon learns there’s a reason why World War I would eventually be christened The War to End All Wars. Every shot conveys its own separate horror, from the soldiers collecting dog tags from their fallen comrades to the hundreds of rats stampeding to avoid oncoming Allied tanks. It’s a true descent into hell and, if the film wins Best Picture, it’ll join the previous big screen adaptation of the novel, which won Best Picture (then called Outstanding Production) at the 3rd Academy Award ceremony held in 1930. [Mark Keizer]

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5. Top Gun: Maverick

5. Top Gun: Maverick

This year’s domestic box office champ now also has the industry’s top stamp of approval. While only Tom Cruise himself could have predicted that Top Gun: Maverick would become the 2022 hit more responsible for bringing nervous audiences back into cineplexes than any other, it was unclear until today whether commercial success would cancel out prestige. The Academy gave the high-flying sequel, directed by Joseph Kosinski and scripted by Ehren Kruger, Eric Warren Singer, and Christopher McQuarrie, six nominations—a ploy to encourage ceremony viewership? Not when you consider the film on its own merits. Cruise’s return as the rebellious Navy pilot Maverick works even if you’ve never seen 1986’s Top Gun, or even if you’ve lived in a cave and didn’t know who Cruise was. His old school movie star energy is just as compelling as the awe-inspiring aerial stunts that make audiences feel every G. Even if it’s not as psychologically profound or politically daring as other titles on this list, that almost-meta quality makes Maverick a fitting addition to a Best Picture lineup that future cinema historians will point to as the year Hollywood made a post-pandemic rebound. [Jack Smart]

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4. Women Talking

4. Women Talking

The obvious joke (and you can have this one, Jimmy Kimmel) is that if you want to make a movie that men will go out of their way to avoid, call it Women Talking. In all seriousness, though, Women Talking was a movie that very few people—men or women—actually saw. Which is a shame, because it deserves a wider audience. Writer-director Sarah Polley’s lyrical, intimate adaptation of the novel by Miriam Toews lets us into the sacred spaces of a closed community of Mennonite women as they express themselves in ways they’re clearly not accustomed to. The Oscar-nominated script focuses in on a lengthy discussion of the choice facing the women of the colony after a group of men are arrested for sexual assault—should they stay and fight or leave their home behind forever? Its implications are much wider, though. Just as these women (played by Rooney Mara, Jessie Buckley, and Claire Foy, among others) have been chosen to represent the women of their community, they speak for all women who have had to face similar choices as the result of the actions of toxic men. The chances that Women Talking will take home an Oscar (even in the Adapted Screenplay category) are not high, but the nominations alone will give it a platform to reach more potential filmgoers, and that’s a win in itself. [Cindy White]

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3. Everything Everywhere All At Once

3. Everything Everywhere All At Once

Because it premiered on the heels of last year’s Academy Awards, it feels we’ve said pretty much, well, everything there is to say about the nomination leader of the 2023 Oscars. In fact, A24’s March release date of Everything Everywhere All At Once is one of the top reasons its domination is so impressive. Then, of course, there’s the fact it was made for $25 million and looks far more expensive, the fact that it’s a profitable original story rather than superhero IP (poor Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness sure was upstaged). And the fact that that story centers a Chinese-American family and its ass-kicking heroine of a matriarch—which is far from the Oscars’, or Hollywood’s, typical idea of success. But Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert tapped into something essential about our cultural consciousness, funneling the maximalism of the internet era through their signature heartfelt yet crudely irreverent style. They assembled a powerhouse cast, a whopping four of whom are Oscar-nominated (Michelle Yeoh, a cinematic legend who’s never gotten her leading-role due stateside; Ke Huy Quan, a beloved child star who hadn’t acted in years thanks to a similar lack of opportunities; Jamie Lee Curtis, a charismatic comedian at her silliest; and Stephanie Hsu, an overnight star), and gave them hilarious, heartfelt material. And they challenged and expanded our definitions of prestige cinema. If Everything Everywhere doesn’t win Best Picture, its fans may beat Oscar voters to death with dildos. [Jack Smart]

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2. The Banshees Of Inisherin

2. The Banshees Of Inisherin

While other nominees on Oscar’s list concern themselves with everything, everywhere, all at once, The Banshees Of Inisherin zeroes in on a singular event, miniscule enough to have you wondering how anyone could have conjured a full-length story out of it. Yes, there’s a subtle backdrop of 1920s civil war on Irish shores beyond the titular, fictional island. But the friendship breakup writer-director Martin McDonagh explores between rejector Colm (Brendan Gleeson) and poor rejectee Pádraic (Colin Farrell) is more specific than symbolic, a microcosm that doesn’t seek to make some macro conclusion. If Colm’s growing sense of obsolescence or Pádraic’s disillusionment resonates, good for you. It seems more like McDonagh’s main objective was creating a pair of roles for his In Bruges muses to play around with, gifting them, and us, one of the funniest and simultaneously most tragic onscreen dynamics in years. Farrell’s expressive eyebrows deserve an Oscar all their own, and it’s fitting that he, Gleeson, Barry Keoghan, and Kerry Condon achieved the rare feat of four acting nods for one film. With nine noms in all, The Banshees Of Inisherin may be this year’s epitome of cohesion between filmmaker and cast, with a gorgeous score and scenery thrown in for good measure. If only Jenny the gentle donkey had merited a nod as well. [Jack Smart]

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1. Tár

1. Tár

Could the real legacy of Tár be that audiences mistook it for a biopic? Even the fact that Twitter has memed Lydia Tár’s existence into an ongoing joke feels in keeping with Todd Field’s vision. It’s like the writer-director knew just how close he was hitting the bullseye in inventing a conductor-composer who’s balancing artistic genius, abuse of power, and its devastating consequences in Western society circa 2022. Yet while the narrative of cancel culture becomes more and more recognizable as Lydia’s elite life unravels, so does Tár’s refusal to pigeonhole itself as something as basic as a mystery, thriller, or even character study. It’s all of those things and, especially considering the epic prank it plays on us in its final moments, a laugh-out-loud comedy. The film’s six nominations in top Oscar categories, including for Field’s writing and directing and a mind-bogglingly masterful turn from Cate Blanchett, confoundingly don’t honor its music. More than any other nominee this year, Tár must be heard to be believed. [Jack Smart]

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Where can I watch Best Picture nominees 2023? ›

You're in luck. Most are available to stream on services like HBO Max, Disney+, and Netflix, and others are available to rent on platforms including Amazon Prime Video and Vudu. Read on to find out where to stream the 2023 Oscar nominees.

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In the past 90 years, only three films, It Happened One Night (1934), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) and The Silence of the Lambs (1991) have won all five Oscars from the forty-three films that secured nominations in all five prestige Academy Award categories.

Who won 4 Oscars in one night? ›

Walt Disney won an armload of Academy Awards® one unforgettable Hollywood night. On March 25, 1954, Walt won Oscars for the films The Living Desert, Bear Country, The Alaskan Eskimo, and the cartoon short Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom.

What movies won top 5 Oscars? ›

Only three films have won all five of these major awards: It Happened One Night (1934), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), and The Silence of the Lambs (1991). Eight films failed to win any of the five major awards after being nominated in each category.

Who are the 2023 Oscar nominees? ›

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What is the cheapest movie to win an Oscar? ›

'The Hurt Locker' broke another film industry record when it bagged six Oscars out of a total of nine nominations - including the coveted Best Picture gong - as the lowest grossing movie to ever win at the Oscars.

Who Won 3 Oscars in one night? ›

Daniel Day-Lewis

He's been nominated only six times, but he's won three Oscars for Best Actor. The Irish thespian had said that 2017's “Phantom Thread” was his last film, so he may be retired. Of course, Joe Pesci said that once, and then “The Irishman” happened.

Who is the only man to win 3 Best Actor Oscars? ›

Six have won exactly three acting Academy Awards: Daniel Day-Lewis (three Best Actor awards), Frances McDormand (three Best Actress awards), Meryl Streep (two Best Actress awards and one Best Supporting Actress award), Jack Nicholson (two Best Actor awards and one Best Supporting Actor award), Ingrid Bergman (two Best ...

Who is the most awarded actor of all time? ›

As of 2022, Katharine Hepburn maintained her lead as the actor with the most Oscar wins of all time.

Who was the youngest Oscar winner? ›

Tatum O'Neal, 'Paper Moon' (1973)

She remains the youngest competitive Oscar winner in history, beating out Linda Blair (The Exorcist), Sylvia Sidney (Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams), Candy Clark (American Graffiti) and her Paper Moon co-star Madeline Kahn.

Has any actor won 2 Oscars in a row? ›

Two actors have won two consecutive awards: Spencer Tracy – Captains Courageous (1937) and Boys Town (1938) Tom Hanks – Philadelphia (1993) and Forrest Gump (1994)

Who has won the Lost Oscars? ›

Who has the most Oscars overall? Out of all nominees in Academy Awards history, Walt Disney holds the most Oscars. Disney won 26 Oscars over the course of his career and was nominated a grand total of 59 times.

What was the highest rated Oscars ever? ›

That's how many people watched the 1998 Oscars, the most-watched ceremony ever, according to Deadline.

Who is the youngest Oscar nominee? ›

As of March 2022, the all-time youngest Academy Award nominee in an acting category was Justin Henry, who was just eight years old when he was nominated for his role as Billy in "Kramer vs Kramer" (1979).

Who is the oldest person to be nominated for an Oscar? ›

90: Age of John Williams, nominated for best original score for “The Fabelmans.” The composer's latest nomination makes him the oldest person ever to be nominated for a competitive Oscar.

How many Oscar nominations did everything everywhere all at once get? ›

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Who will win Oscar for Best Actor 2023? ›

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CATEGORY COMMENTARY: The best actor race is comprised of all first-time nominees — Austin Butler (“Elvis”), Colin Farrell (“The Banshees of Inisherin”), Brendan Fraser (“The Whale”), Paul Mescal (“Aftersun”) and Bill Nighy (“Living”).

How many best picture nominees are there? ›

The Grand Staircase columns at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, where the Academy Awards ceremonies have been held since 2002, showcase every film that has won the Best Picture title since the award's inception. There have been 591 films nominated for Best Picture and 94 winners.

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Austin Butler is nominated for Best Actor for his role as The King himself. The movie also earned Oscar nominations for the following categories: Cinematography, Editing, Makeup and Hairstyling, Production Design, and Sound. “Elvis” hit theaters Friday, June 24, 2022.

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How much money is an Oscar worth? ›

Cast in bronze and finished with gold plating, the award is among the most coveted in the film industry — and the Academy values it at just $1.

What movie made a billion dollars? ›

After being in theaters for just over a month, Avatar: The Way of Water—the long-awaited sequel to James Cameron's 2009 hit—has officially grossed over $2.024 billion.

What single person has won the most Oscars? ›

The individual who has been awarded the most Oscars ever is Walt Disney, who won 22 awards from a total of 59 nominations. He received four non-competitive awards from the Academy on top of this, which means he was awarded 26 awards in total.

Has any actor refused an Oscar? ›

(NEXSTAR) – The Academy Award is generally regarded as one of the highest honors that an actor can receive — the keyword being “generally.” In the history of the Oscars, however, there have only been three people who refused their awards: actors George C. Scott and Marlon Brando, and screenwriter Dudley Nichols.

Who refused an Oscar Why? ›

Native American actress and activist Sacheen Littlefeather, who declined the best-actor award on behalf of Marlon Brando during an Oscars protest in 1973, has died aged 75, the motion picture Academy said on Monday.

Who was the second male actor to refuse a Best Actor Oscar? ›

Wounded Knee had also been the site of a massacre of Native Americans by U.S. government forces in 1890. Brando was the second performer to turn down a Best Actor Oscar; the first was George C.

Who is the most awarded actress of all time? ›

Katharine Hepburn holds the records for most wins with 12 nominations and 4 wins for Morning Glory (1933), Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967), The Lion in Winter (1968), and On Golden Pond (1981).

Who first refused an Oscar? ›

Sacheen Littlefeather, who declined Brando's Oscar, dies at 75 In 1973, Littlefeather provided one of the most dramatic moments in Oscar history: Offering Brando's regrets for refusing the award because of Hollywood's treatment and portrayal of Native Americans.

Who won 3 Oscars? ›

No male actor has yet won four Academy Awards, but three have achieved a hat-trick, with Jack Nicholson, Daniel Day-Lewis, and the little remembered Water Brennan, all in the three Oscars club.

How many Oscars do Denzel Washington have? ›

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Which actor has the most movies? ›

The “Man of a Thousand Voices,” Mel Blanc is regarded as the actor who's racked up the most acting credits — more than 1,200 — voicing Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and many, many more cartoon characters since the 1930s.

Has anyone been kicked out of the Oscars? ›

Actor Carmine Caridi, best known for his roles in The Godfather Part II and The Godfather Part III, was the first person to be expelled from the Academy.

Has anyone ever been stripped of an Oscar? ›

In fact, though there are those who have rejected their Oscars (Marlon Brando, Dudley Nichols), only one award has ever been revoked in Academy history — the 1969 prize for Best Documentary, which was given to Young Americans before it was determined that the film was released in 1967 and therefore ineligible.

Which actor has most Oscar nominations? ›

As of March 2022, Meryl Streep was the person with the most Oscar nominations of all time, with an impressive 21 nominations and three wins.

What is the number 1 longest movie in the world? ›

Guinness World Records says the longest film ever made is "The Cure for Insomnia" released in 1987. The 85-hour experimental film was directed by John Henry Timmis IV.

Which 3 films have won the most Oscars? ›

The first to achieve the record was Ben-Hur (USA 1959) which won from 12 nominations on 4 April 1960, followed by Titanic (USA 1997) from 14 nominations on 23 March 1998 and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (NZ/USA 2003) which won all 11 of its nominations on 29 February 2004.

What artist has the most Oscars? ›

The person who has triumphed more times at the Oscars than anyone else in history is Walt Disney. America's most iconic filmmaker racked up a whopping 26 Oscars, four of which were honorary awards, and he also holds the record for the most nominations on record – 59.

Who is the oldest director to win an Oscar? ›

As of April 2022, the oldest directing Academy Award winner was Clint Eastwood. He won two Oscar trophies for Directing. The first one at the age of 62, with the western film "Unforgiven" (1992), and the second one at the age of 74, with the sports drama "Million Dollar Baby" (2004).

What is the most watched award show? ›

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Are any best picture nominees streaming? ›

How to Watch 2022 Oscar Best Picture Nominees Online. WINNER: Coda — Stream it exclusively on Apple TV+. Belfast — Rent it to stream on Prime Video or Vudu for $5.99. Don't Look Up — Stream it exclusively on Netflix.

What channel is the Oscars on 2023? ›

The 2023 Oscar s air Sunday, March 12, at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT (there will also be a replay at 8 p.m. PT for west coast viewers). As usual, ABC will broadcast the award show this year.

Is there a way to watch the Oscars for free? ›

See it for free over-the-air on your local ABC station. If you're a cable or satellite subscriber, ABC is part of your lineup.

How do I watch the best pictures? ›

Where to watch: The film has dropped off HBO Max since its October premiere, but you can buy or rent it on Apple TV, Amazon Prime and other digital platforms. You can also still see it in some theaters.

What are the nominees for best picture this year? ›

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Which is the No 1 series in Netflix 2022? ›

What was the most popular Netflix show in 2022? The most popular worldwide titles were 'Squid Game', a Korean survival drama, and 'Money heist', a Spanish heist drama.

Which film took the Best Picture award at the 2022 Oscars? ›

“CODA”, the heartwarming movie about a deaf family with a hearing daughter, has won the prestigious best picture prize at the Oscars. Sunday's win for CODA marked the first time a streaming service took home the film industry's biggest prize.

Will the Oscars happen in 2023? ›

The 2023 Oscars will take place on March 12 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Jimmy Kimmel will host the ceremony for the third time. Glenn Weiss and Ricky Kirshner will executive produce the show with Weiss also directing for the eighth consecutive year.

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