Are you trying to see as many Academy Award nominees as you can before Sunday night’s ceremony? Most are on DVD or streaming now, but a few are still in theaters. Here’s where to find them:
▪ Watch all eight best picture nominees at once in AMC’s 24-hour marathon, starting at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Olathe Studio 28, all for $55.
▪ AMC continues its Best Picture Showcase starting at 10 a.m. Saturday (the first half aired last weekend). The lineup: “Brooklyn,” “Spotlight,” “The Martian” and “The Revenant.” The cost is $35. The theaters: Barrywoods, Independence, Legends, Olathe Studio 28, Ward Parkway.
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▪ The Glenwood Arts and AMC Town Center are also showing a number of the best picture nominees daily. And “The Big Short” and “The Revenant” are still playing at most theaters.
▪ Other nominees still in a few theaters include “Anomalisa” (animated feature), “Carol” (six nominations, including actress and supporting actress) and two foreign language nominees — “Mustang” and “Son of Saul” — both at the Tivoli.
The Academy Awards ceremony will air at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28 on ABC, with red carpet coverage beforehand on ABC and E!
Look for The Star’s preview on Sunday and coverage of the awards, the big moments and the red carpet on KansasCity.com after the show and in Monday’s FYI section.