From the big screen to your screen,
this year's nominees
2018 Best Picture Nominees
Have we got a story for you - This year we see indie movies step into the ring with big studio blockbusters and break a lot of ground with topics of social inequality, injustice, and unconventional love.
See all of this year's Best Picture Nominees! Watch most now or pre-order select titles and get $3 credit upon release.
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Who is Oscar®?
The Oscar® stands 13.5" tall and weighs 8.5 lbs. It's not modeled after anyone, but legend has it that Academy librarian (of the time), Margaret Herrick, mentioned it looked like her Uncle Oscar - and the name stuck.
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Ask her about her Oscars® - Meryl Streep gets her 21st Oscar nomination for her role in The Post, making her the most nominated performer in history. Greta Gerwig is just the fifth female to be a best director nominee, and Rachel Morrison is the first woman to be nominated for cinematography.
Unbox the stories - Three talented directors.
Unbox the stories - Three talented directors. Three opportunities to tell a great story. Meet this year's "Walmart Unbox" directors:
Headshot of director Melissa McCarthy

Melissa McCarthy

Headshot of director Nancy Meyers

Nancy Meyers

A Storied Career
The Trifecta - Jordan Peele earned nominations for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, and Best Director for his debut feature, Get Out. He is only the third person to do so.
Warren Beatty and James L. Brooks were the only other people to do so with Heaven Can Wait (1979) and Terms of Endearment (1984), respectively.