Oscar voters get DVD screeners of ‘The Big Short,’ ‘Spectre,’ ‘Concussion’ and …

On Tuesday (Dec. 8), academy members received an avalanche of new screeners, with six titles including “The Big Short” and “Concussion” as well as the James Bond adventure “Spectre.” These arrived just a day before the announcement of the SAG Awards nominations and two days in advance of the Hollywood Foreign Press Assocation weighing in with the Golden Globe nominations.

Below, our latest updated list of when they got these 50 screeners and counting.

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Dec. 9: “The Lady in the Van”
Dec. 9: “Ant Man”

Dec. 9: “The Avengers”

Dec. 8: “The Big Short
Dec. 8: “Anomalisa”
Dec. 8: “Labryinth of Lies”
Dec. 8: “Ricki and the Flash”
Dec. 8: “Spectre”
Dec. 8: “Concussion

Dec. 7: “Spotlight”
Dec. 7: “Youth”

Dec. 3: “45 Years”
Dec. 3: “Carol” 

Dec. 1: “The Martian”

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Nov. 30: “Son of Saul”
Nov. 30: “Truth”

Nov. 27: “Legend”
Nov. 27: “Steve Jobs”

Nov. 25: “Shaun the Sheep Movie”
Nov. 25: “Sicario”

Nov. 24: “Bridge of Spies”
Nov. 24: “Home”
Nov. 24: “Room”

Nov. 23: “Pawn Sacrifice”
Nov. 23: “Trumbo”
Nov. 23: “The Walk” 

Nov. 20: “Beasts of No Nation”
Nov. 20: “Truth”

Nov. 18: “Black Mass”

Nov. 16: “Jurassic World”
Nov. 16: “Ex Machina”  

Nov. 13: “Minions”

Nov. 11: “Brooklyn”
Nov. 11: “He Named Me Malala”

Nov. 9: “Mad Max: Fury Road”

Nov. 8: “Southpaw”
Nov. 8: “Woman in Gold”

Nov. 6: “Trainwreck”

Nov 2: “Love and Mercy”
Nov. 2: “Mr. Holmes”
Nov. 2: “99 Homes”  

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Oct. 30: “Furious 7”

Oct. 29: “I Smile Back”
Oct. 29: “Learning to Drive” 

Oct. 23: “Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation”

Oct. 22: “The End of the Tour”

Oct. 21: “Straight Outta Compton”

Oct. 18: “The Diary of a Teenage Girl”
Oct. 18: “Infinitely Polar Bear” 
Oct. 18: “Irrational Man”
Oct. 18: “Testament of Youth”

Sept. 30: “Grandma”

Aug. 28: “I’ll See You in My Dreams”

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Photo: “The Big Short” courtesy of Paramount Pictures

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