The company will offer pairs of tickets to
The studio is offering the passes to the more-than 100,000 eligible voters through a partnership with online ticket seller Fandango, the companies said on Wednesday.
SAG-AFTRA voters can already catch the movies at special showings or watch them via screeners distributed by the studio, but this move could get more voters to watch the films in theaters.
"We are very pleased to provide the Weinstein Co. a turnkey solution for helping SAG-AFTRA voters experience nominated performances on the big screen, the way they were meant to be seen," Paul Yanover, president of Fandango, said in a statement.
Weinstein Co. has a handful of movies that have either attracted or are hoping for awards buzz, including "Fruitvale Station," "
The SAG Awards nominations won't be announced until Dec. 11.
The studio's "August: Osage County" and "One Chance" will hit cinemas in late December.