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Seven weeks after it's box office debut, Elvis has hit streaming services in both the UK and US - so where can you watch the bio-pic?
After making over $250 million at the box office, awarding it the title of second-biggest biopic of all time behind Bohemian Rhapsody, Elvis has hit streaming services in both the UK and US. The fast-paced Baz Luhrmann biopic explores the life and legacy of the King of Rock and Roll and ahs left audiences wanting to know more about his life, including whether Elvis really fired the Colonel on stage (opens in new tab). Starring Austin Butler (opens in new tab) in the titular role, the 30-year-old puts on a more than impressive embodiment of Presley - one he's found it hard to shake off post-filming.
So, once you have laughed yourself silly streaming the newly released Jackass Forever and swooned yourself silly watching Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in Netflix's new The Gray Man (opens in new tab), an at-home showing of Elvis' bio-pic will not disappoint.
How to stream the Elvis movie in the UK
On both streaming sites the film is available to rent for £15.99, or you can buy the film to watch it without the lingering 30 day deadline looming for £19.99.
How to stream the Elvis movie in the US
The film is available to rent on both sites for $19.99 or you can buy it for $24.99.
Despite the fact that previous Warner Bros. movies, including The Batman, launched on HBO Max just 45 days after their movie theatre debuts, this will not happen with Elvis. Due to the deals made with various other streaming services, who will charge viewers to rent the film rather than let them freely stream it, Elvis will not be available on HBO Max at this time - though it has not been ruled out completely in the future.