‘Nomadland,’ ‘Cosmic Sin’ Top Redbox Charts

Best Picture Oscar winner Nomadland took over No. 1 on the Redbox On Demand chart and was No. 2 on the Redbox disc rental chart the week ended May 2.

The film, from Disney-owned Searchlight Pictures, stars Frances McDormand (who won a Best Actress Oscar for her role) as a woman who lives out of her van and travels the American West taking seasonal jobs to survive.

Paramount’s Cosmic Sin debuted at No. 1 on the disc rental chart, which tracks DVD and Blu-ray Disc rentals at Redbox’s more than 40,000 red kiosks. The sci-fi actioner starring Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo focuses on seven rogue soldiers who launch a preemptive strike against a newly discovered alien civilization in the hopes of ending an interstellar war before it starts. The disc became available early at Netflix April 27 prior to its wide release May 18.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment’s Wonder Woman 1984 slipped to No. 3 on the disc rental chart and No. 2 on the Redbox On Demand chart, which tracks digital rental transactions.

The previous week’s top disc rental, Lionsgate’s Vanquish, dropped to No. 4 on the disc rental chart. The crime thriller also dropped three spots on the On Demand chart to No. 7.

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Universal Pictures’ Tom Hanks-starring Western News of the World was No. 5 on the disc chart and No. 4 on the digital chart. Universal’s The Croods: A New Age was No. 3 on the digital chart and No. 6 on the disc chart.

The No. 5 On Demand title was Universal’s Nobody, an action thriller that stars Bob Odenkirk as a man who tracks down the thieves who broke into his house. It had been No. 2 the previous two weeks.

New on the digital chart at No. 6 was Lionsgate’s The Virtuoso, a thriller about a hitman (Anson Mount) who is sent on a cryptic assignment by his mentor (Anthony Hopkins). It became available on demand April 30.

Top DVD and Blu-ray Disc Rentals, Redbox Kiosks, Week Ended May 2:

  1. Cosmic Sin — Paramount
  2. Nomadland — 20th Century
  3. Wonder Woman 1984 — Warner
  4. Vanquish — Lionsgate
  5. News of the World — Universal
  6. The Croods: A New Age — Universal/DreamWorks
  7. Willy’s Wonderland — Screen Media
  8. Soul — Disney/Pixar
  9. Greenland — Universal/STX
  10. Promising Young Woman — Universal

 

Top Digital, Redbox On Demand, Week Ended May 2:

  1. Nomadland — 20th Century
  2. Wonder Woman 1984 — Warner
  3. The Croods: A New Age — Universal/DreamWorks
  4. News of the World — Universal
  5. Nobody — Universal
  6. The Virtuoso — Lionsgate
  7. Vanquish — Lionsgate
  8. Promising Young Woman — Universal
  9. Willy’s Wonderland — Screen Media
  10. The War With Grandpa — Universal

 

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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Tops Watched at Home Chart for Fourth Week; ‘Nomadland,’ ‘Little Things’ Enter Top 20

Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984 took the No. 1 spot for a fourth consecutive week on the “Watched at Home” chart the week ended April 24. The DC Comics superhero movie starring Gal Gadot has been available on Blu-ray Disc and DVD since March 30, but hasn’t had to deal with much competition in the way of new releases since then.

The week’s top newcomer to the chart was Warner’s The Little Things, at No. 9, following its digital sellthrough release April 20. The crime drama starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek and Jared Leto, about a pair of sheriffs tracking a serial killer in Los Angeles, was released in theaters Jan. 29, earning $15.2 million at the domestic box office, and was simultaneously available for a month on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max SVOD service. It became available through premium VOD March 19.

The weekly Watched at Home chart, compiled from studio and retailer data and presented by DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group, tracks transactional video activity such as digital sellthrough, DVD and Blu-ray Disc, but not premium VOD or disc rental.

Best Picture Oscar winner Nomadland, from Disney-owned Searchlight Pictures, the indie arm of 20th Century Studios, made its first appearance on the Watched at Home chart at No. 11. It was released for digital purchase April 13 following a simultaneous run on Hulu and in theaters that saw it bring in $2.1 million at the domestic box office. Its appearance on the chart comes in the week just prior to its April 25 Oscar win, though its status as an Awards frontrunner likely upped its profile to home viewers. It was released on Blu-ray April 27, though the disc wasn’t made available on shelves by many retailers.

Universal Pictures’ Promising Young Woman moved up a spot to No. 2. The film, which stars Carey Mulligan as a woman whose promising future was derailed by a mysterious event, won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, but as noted the Academy Awards ceremony was held after the cutoff for the chart’s weekly tracking period.

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Universal’s Tom Hanks-starring Western News of the World slipped to No. 3, while DreamWorks Animation’s The Croods: A New Age, also from Universal, remained at No. 4.

Rounding out the top five was Saban Films’ crime thriller City of Lies, which moved up two spots from the previous week. The film stars Johnny Depp as a retired detective and Forest Whitaker as a journalist examining the Los Angeles Police Department investigations of the murders of rappers Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. Lionsgate releases the film on Blu-ray and DVD June 8.

  1. Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner)
  2. Promising Young Woman (Universal)
  3. News of the World (Universal)
  4. The Croods: A New Age (Universal)
  5. City of Lies (Lionsgate)
  6. Monster Hunter (Sony Pictures)
  7. Willy’s Wonderland (Screen Media)
  8. Harry Potter: Complete 8-Film Collection (Warner)
  9. The Little Things (Warner)
  10. The Vault (Paramount)
  11. Nomadland (20th Century)
  12. Greenland (Universal/STX)
  13. Girl in the Basement (A+E)
  14. Soul (Disney)
  15. Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar (Lionsgate)
  16. Yellowstone: Season 3 (Paramount)
  17. Yellowstone: Season 1 (Paramount)
  18. Tenet (Warner)
  19. Yellowstone: Season 2 (Paramount)
  20. Wrong Turn (2021, Lionsgate)

 

Source: DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group
Includes U.S. digital sales, digital rentals, and DVD, Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD sales for the week ended April 24.

Merchandising: ‘Nomadland’ Homeless on Blu-ray

Disney-owned Searchlight Pictures perfectly timed the Blu-ray release of Nomadland for April 27, two days after the 93rd Academy Awards ceremony at which the film won the Oscar for Best Picture.

However, copies of the film were nowhere to be found at major retail shelves on the day of its release. Target, Walmart and Best Buy all relegated the Nomadland Blu-ray to their online store. It received worse treatment at Amazon, which didn’t even list it until the day it came out, and even then only as available from third-party marketplace sellers (meaning Amazon isn’t selling it directly — likely another casualty of the e-commerce behemoth’s long-running disputes with Disney over physical media availability).

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Best Buy at least paired the Nomadland Blu-ray with a deal to get a month of Internet TV service Philo for $1, a savings of $19 off the regular $20 monthly fee. The Blu-ray itself costs $22.99, bringing the total deal to $23.99.

The only other notable exclusive for the week also came at Best Buy, which offered a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Steelbook of 1987’s Dirty Dancing for $19.99.

Best Buy’s ‘Dirty Dancing’ 4K Steelbook

‘Nomadland,’ ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Top New Disc, Digital Releases April 27

Oscar Best Picture winner Nomadland, from Disney’s Searchlight Pictures, tops the list of new disc releases April 27, while Warner’s Judas and the Black Messiah leads the list of new digital releases.

The critically acclaimed Nomadland, an exploration of modern-day van life on the road starring Oscar winner Frances McDormand, is available on Blu-ray Disc two days after winning three Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director for Chloé Zhao, and Best Actress for McDormand. Due to the pandemic limiting its theatrical run, it is also the lowest-grossing Best Picture winner ever, with just over $5.45 million worldwide. It was made available on Hulu concurrently with its theatrical run and released for digital sellthrough April 13. Read a review here.

Also arriving April 27 on DVD and Blu-ray is the crime thriller Vanquish, from Lionsgate. The film stars Morgan Freeman as a retired cop who forces a former drug courier (Ruby Rose) to do his bidding by kidnapping her daughter.

Oscar winner Judas and the Black Messiah becomes available for digital purchase April 27 before its Blu-ray Disc and DVD release May 4 from Warner. The story follows FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield), who infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther Party and is tasked with keeping tabs on their chairman, Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya). O’Neal soon finds his loyalties divided between Hampton’s message and the FBI’s orders to take him down. Kaluuya won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor and the film also won the Oscar for Best Original Song (“Fight For You”).

The Liam Neeson action thriller The Marksman is available for digital purchase starting April 27 before shooting to Blu-ray and DVD May 11 from Universal Pictures. Neeson plays Jim Hanson, an ex-Marine and hardened Arizona rancher who simply wants to be left alone as he tries to make a living on an isolated stretch of borderland. But everything changes when he witnesses migrants fleeing from a band of assassins sent by a ruthless drug cartel.

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Warner Bros. Home Entertainment releases the DC Comics-based animated superhero movie Justice Society: World War II for digital sellthrough April 27. The 42nd entry in the DC Universe line of animated movies finds The Flash (voiced by Matt Bomer), prior to the formation of the Justice League, speeding back in time to find the Golden Age’s top superhero team, the Justice Society of America, locked in an epic battle against the Nazis. It arrives on Blu-ray Disc and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray May 11.

Robin Wright’s directorial debut Land, in which she also stars, arrives on digital April 27 from Universal Pictures. The drama tells the story of one woman’s search for meaning in the vast and harsh American wilderness. It will be released on Blu-ray and DVD May 11.

A complete list of new disc and digital releases, compiled each week by the Media Play News market research team, can be found here.

‘Nomadland’ Takes Top Honors at 93rd Academy Awards; Netflix Wins 7 Oscars

The pandemic-delayed Academy Awards ceremony took place April 25 at Union Station in Los Angeles, honoring a number of films that saw their traditional theatrical releases upended in lieu of online availability.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, for their part, pushed back eligibility for the 93rd Academy Awards beyond the 2020 calendar year to movies released by Feb. 28, 2021.

Meanwhile, films available on Netflix, which has long sought to disrupt traditional theatrical distribution anyway, won seven trophies out of the 23 categories presented.

The Oscar for Best Picture went to Nomadland, an exploration of modern-day van life on the road starring Frances McDormand, who won Best Actress for the role, her third career Oscar in the category, putting her behind only Katharine Hepburn’s four. Nomadland also won Best Director for Chloé Zhao, who became only the second woman to ever win the directing Oscar, following Kathryn Bigelow for 2009’s The Hurt Locker. Zhao and McDormand as producers of Nomadland also received statuettes for its Best Picture win.

Read our review of the Blu-ray Disc edition of ‘Nomadland’ HERE

McDormand urged audiences to return to theaters as soon as possible and to watch Nomadland on the largest screen possible. It was released concurrently in theaters and on Hulu Feb. 19 (though it did screen at some film festivals and limited engagements last year), and became available for digital purchase April 13 before arriving on Blu-ray Disc April 27.

Sony Pictures’ The Father won Best Actor for Anthony Hopkins and for Best Adapted Screenplay. Hopkins, who won his second Best Actor Oscar after winning for playing Hannibal Lecter in 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs, at age 83 is now the oldest performer to win an acting Oscar for playing a man whose family must deal with his growing dementia. The film is available on premium VOD.

Warner’s Judas and the Black Messiah won Best Supporting Actor for Daniel Kaluuya and Best Original Song for “Fight for You.” The film was released in the United States by Warner Bros. Pictures Feb. 12 simultaneously in theaters and for streaming on HBO Max before coming to premium VOD April 2. It will be released for digital sellthrough April 27, and on Blu-ray Disc and DVD May 4.

Best Supporting Actress went to Yuh-Jung Youn for Minari. The veteran Korean actress plays the grandmother of a South Korean family that moves to the rural United States during the 1980s. Lionsgate will release the film on Blu-ray, DVD and digitally May 18.

Pixar’s Soul, which saw its theatrical release scrapped in lieu of a Christmas Day debut on Disney+ domestically (it played in theaters internationally), won two trophies, for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score. It was released on Blu-ray, DVD, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray and digitally March 23 by Disney.

Promising Young Woman, available on Blu-ray, DVD and digitally from Universal Pictures, won for Best Original Screenplay for Emerald Fennell.

Denmark’s Another Round won Best International Feature Film. A co-production with the Netherlands and Sweden, the dark comedy stars Mads Mikkelsen, Thomas Bo Larsen, Magnus Millang and Lars Ranthe as a group of friends who decide their lives would be happier if they drank enough alcohol to maintain a constant buzz without getting fully drunk. Another Round is available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital sellthrough from Samuel Goldwyn Films.

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, widely available on Blu-ray, DVD, 4K Ultra HD and digital from Warner Bros., won Best Visual Effects.

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Among Netflix’s haul, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom won two Oscars, for Best Makeup and Hairstyling, and for Best Costume Design. The film adapts the 1982 August Wilson play about influential blues singer Ma Rainey and a turbulent recording session in Chicago in 1927.

Another Netflix movie, Mank, also won two Oscars, for Best Production Design and Best Cinematography. The black-and-white film re-creates the 1930s and 1940s in depicting screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz developing the screenplay for Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane.

The live-action and animated Oscar winners also are available on Netflix. Best Live-Action Short Film Two Distant Strangers is about a black man caught in a time loop that always ends with him being killed by police. Best Animated Short Film If Anything Happens I Love You follows two grieving parents as they struggle to confront the death of their daughter, who was killed in a school shooting.

The Netflix original My Octopus Teacher Won Best Documentary Feature. The film chronicles filmmaker Craig Foster’s efforts to build a relationship with a wild common octopus in a South African kelp forest.

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Another streaming original, Sound of Metal, released on Amazon Prime Video Dec. 4, won two Oscars, for Best Film Editing and Best Sound. The film stars Riz Ahmed as a metal drummer dealing with losing his hearing. The Best Sound category is a combination of the Sound Mixing and Sound Editing categories that had previously been presented separately.

Best Documentary Short Subject went to Colette, which follows former French Resistance member Colette Marin-Catherine as she travels to Germany for the first time in 74 years. The film was co-produced by Oculus and Respawn Entertainment as part of the documentary gallery for the virtual-reality video game Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, making it the first Oscar nominee and winner produced by a video game studio.

Nomadland

BLU-RAY REVIEW:

Street Date 4/27/21;
20th Century;
Drama;
Box Office $2.14 million;
$29.99 Blu-ray;
Rated ‘R’ for some full nudity.
Stars Frances McDormand, David Strathairn, Bob Wells, Linda May, Charlene Swankie, Tay Strathairn.

Director Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland gives audiences a gorgeous tour of the American West through the stark lens of the so-called “nomad” movement that popped up after the “Great Recession” of 2008.

The trend involves predominantly older individuals who, after their companies shut down, took to a minimalist, transient lifestyle, driving from city to city in vans and RVs in search of seasonal work to get by.

The film is based on journalist Jessica Bruder’s 2017 nonfiction book Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century, which was optioned by Frances McDormand, who both co-produces and stars in the film. After being brought on board to direct, Zhao also wrote the screenplay and edited the film, in addition to serving as one of the co-producers as well.

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McDormand plays Fern, who has been living in a van since the US Gypsum plant in Empire, Nevada, closed in 2011 and the town was largely abandoned. She takes a variety of seasonal jobs, including at an Amazon fulfillment center, and begins to learn about the nomad lifestyle, which she refers to as being “houseless” but not homeless. The film plays almost like a documentary, with Fern as the focal point to bring the audience on the journey. Many of the people Fern encounters in the film are actual nomads, playing fictionalized versions of themselves, who were chronicled in Bruder’s book. Among them is Bob Wells, who acts as sort of the guru of the nomads and leads sermons on the lifestyle where he conveys his economic philosophies while people learn tips on how to survive on the road and keep their vehicles in working order. Through it all, the nomads are often compared to the pioneers of old. The film’s wisftul presentation of the vast landscapes they visit aptly demonstrates why the life might appeal to those engaged in it.

The film isn’t political or preachy, instead presenting the people and their lives as it finds them, and letting viewers come to their own conclusions. Some live the life out of necessity, with nowhere else to turn. Others live it by choice, not wanting to be bogged down by the rote requirements of suburban life. McDormand gives a quiet, unflinching performance as one of the latter, treating the natural wonders of America’s great outdoors as her playground, even when the harsh realities of her circumstances catch up to her.

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The film’s critical success comes at a fortuitous time for Zhao, whose next project is Marvel Studios’ big-budget Eternals, which is already in the can and slated for theaters Nov. 25.

The Nomadland Blu-ray includes a few modest but insightful extras. The 13-and-a-half-minute featurette “The Forgotten America” offers a general making of the film with several interviews with the cast and filmmakers, including Bruder. There’s also 15 minutes of footage from a Q&A with Zhao, McDormand and some of the nomads at the film’s drive-in premiere held Sept. 11, 2020, at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., staged as a pop-up adjunct of the canceled Telluride Film Festival.

Finally, there are two deleted scenes totaling three minutes.

 

‘Nomadland,’ ‘Willy’s Wonderland’ Top New Digital, Disc Releases April 13

Awards-season frontrunner Nomadland, from Disney’s Searchlight Pictures, tops the list of new digital sellthrough titles April 13, while Screen Media’s Willy’s Wonderland leads the list of new disc releases.

The critically acclaimed Nomadland, an exploration of modern-day van life on the road starring Oscar winner Frances McDormand, is now available from digital retailers after a simultaneous run on Hulu and in theaters, where it pulled in $2.1 million domestically. It arrives on Blu-ray Disc April 27.

The Oscar-nominated film as already won Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture — Drama, and Best Director for Chloé Zhao, who also recently became just the second woman to win the top prize from the Directors Guild of America.

Screen Media releases the comedic horror actioner Willy’s Wonderland on Blu-ray Disc and DVD April 13. Nicolas Cage stars as a quiet loner who finds himself stranded in a remote town when his car breaks down. Unable to pay for the repairs he needs, he agrees to spend the night cleaning Willy’s Wonderland, an abandoned family fun center. He soon discovers the Wonderland’s dark secret when he’s trapped inside and forced to battle the possessed animatronic mascots that roam the halls.

RLJE Films April 13 releases the documentary Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on the Exorcist on Blu-ray, VOD and for digital purchase. Leap of Faith examines the 1973 horror classic The Exorcist, the nuances of director William Friedkin’s filmmaking process, and the mysteries of faith and fate that helped shape his life and filmography, as told by the man himself. The film originally debuted on Shudder, a premium streaming service for horror, thriller and the supernatural. Both RLJ and Shudder are owned by AMC Networks.

Lionsgate April 13 releases the DVD of the 13th season of History’s “Ancient Aliens,” the controversial series that explores stories of extraterrestrial contact with Earth.

PBS April 13 releases the “Nature” documentary Pumas — Legends of the Ice Mountains on DVD.

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Warner Archive offers a number of Blu-ray selections April 13, including the musical Broadway Melody of 1940, the 1932 pre-code horror film Doctor X, the 1947 drama Green Dolphin Street, and the animated Josie and the Pussycats in Outer Space: The Complete Series.

Kino Lorber April 13 offers new Blu-rays of two Mel Brooks classics: 1967’s The Producers and 1987’s Spaceballs, the latter also arriving on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray for the first time.

Also from Kino April 13 is the comedy The Wild Life, screenwriter Cameron Crowe’s 1984 spiritual successor to Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Read our review here.

A complete list of new disc and digital releases, compiled each week by the Media Play News market research team, can be found here.

Golden Globe Winning ‘Nomadland’ Arrives on Digital April 13, Blu-ray Disc April 27

Searchlight Pictures and Chloé Zhao’s critically acclaimed Nomadland, an exploration of modern-day van life on the road starring Oscar winner Frances McDormand, will be available through digital retailers April 13 and on Blu-ray Disc April 27 from Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution.

The film just won two prestigious Golden Globe awards, best drama and, for Zhao, best director.

Bonus features on the Blu-ray Disc include the mini-documentary “The Forgotten America,” several deleted scenes, and a Telluride Premiere Q&A with McDormand and Zhao.

After premiering at the Venice Film Festival in September, Nomadland won the Golden Lion. It then went on to win the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival, making it the first film to ever win the top prize at both festivals. Certified “Fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes, Nomadland continues to receive high acclaim from critics and fans alike.

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The film was recently awarded Critics Choice Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Cinematography. And McDormand is nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role.

Netflix Content Dominates 2021 Golden Globes in Banner Year for Streamers

Netflix TV shows and movies won 10 trophies at the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony held Feb. 28 and broadcast on NBC. In a sign of the times, content that debuted on streaming services won 20 of the 25 categories presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

The big gun for Netflix came on the TV side, with the fourth season of “The Crown” winning in all four categories it was nominated (it had two nominees in two of the acting categories), including Best Drama Series. Emma Corrin won Best Actress in a Drama series for her role as Princess Diana, beating out co-star Olivia Colman, who played Queen Elizabeth. Josh O’Connor won for Best Actor in a Drama series for playing Prince Charles, while Gillian Anderson won Best Supporting Actress for playing Margaret Thatcher.

Netflix won two more statuettes for The Queens’ Gambit, which won Best Miniseries or Television Film, and Best Actress for Anya Taylor-Joy.

Among other TV categories, The Apple TV+ original series “Ted Lasso” won Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series for Jason Sudeikis, while Amazon Prime’s “Small Axe” won Best Supporting Actor for John Boyega, and HBO’s I Know This Much Is True won Best Actor in a Miniseries or Television Film for Mark Ruffalo.

“Schitt$ Creek,” the complete series of which is streaming on several services including Netflix, and available on DVD from Lionsgate, won Best Musical or Comedy Series and Best Actress for Catherine O’Hara.

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On the movie side, because of theatrical shutdowns due to the coronavirus pandemic, the HFPA opened eligibility to movies otherwise intended for theaters that had to be rescheduled and ultimately ended up at a streaming platform. Also, the eligibility period covering 2020 films was extended to include early 2021 releases.

Subsequently, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, which debuted on Amazon Prime Video in October and never played in theaters, won for Best Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy, while star Sacha Baron Cohen won Best Actor for reprising his role as the title character in the politically charged sequel.

Best Motion Picture — Drama went to Nomadland, which was released concurrently in theaters and on Hulu Feb. 19 (though it did screen at some film festivals and limited engagements last year). Chloé Zhao won Best Director for the film.

Another Hulu movie, The United States vs. Billie Holiday, won Best Actress in a drama for Andra Day in the title role.

Judas and the Black Messiah, which premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival on Feb. 1, and was released in the United States by Warner Bros. Pictures Feb. 12 simultaneously in theaters and for streaming on HBO Max, won Best Supporting Actor for Daniel Kaluuya.

Netflix’s movie haul included the late Chadwick Boseman winning Best Actor in a drama for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; Aaron Sorkin winning Best Screenplay for The Trial of the Chicago 7; Rosamund Pike winning Best Actress in a musical or comedy for I Care a Lot; and “Lo Si (Seen)” winning Best Song for Italian film The Life Ahead.

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Pixar’s Soul, which saw its theatrical release scrapped in lieu of a Christmas Day debut on Disney+ domestically (it played in theaters internationally), won two trophies, for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score.

STX Films’ The Mauritanian, which will debut on Amazon Prime April 1, won Best Supporting Actress for Jodi Foster.

Finally, A24’s Minari, an American production in Korean, won Best Foreign-Language Film.