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How (and where) to watch Oscar-nominated films online

AP Entertainment Writer

After a bruising year for the film industry, Christopher Nolan’s atomic hit “Oppenheimer” has emerged the winner of the Academy Awards nomination race. The drama focused on the Manhattan Project’s J. Robert Oppenheimer earned 13 Oscar nods. It was followed in the nomination count by the Frankenstein-esque dark comedy “Poor Things” that puts Emma Stone at its center. “Poor Things” earned 11 Oscar nominations. Other top winners include Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” with 10 nods. The Greta Gerwig Blockbuster “Barbie” received eight nominations. It was followed by Bradley Cooper’s “Maestro.” “20 Days in Mariupol” earned a documentary nod. It’s a joint production by The Associated Press and PBS’ “Frontline.” The Oscars show will air March 10 on ABC.

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