Here's how to watch the Oscar-winning Emma Stone film 'Poor Things' at home

Here's how to watch the Oscar-winning Emma Stone film 'Poor Things' at home
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  • Emma Stone won her second Academy Award on Sunday for "Poor Things."

  • Stone plays Bella Baxter, a woman who a scientist experimented on.

  • "Poor Things" is now available to stream on Hulu.

If you didn't get to catch the Academy Award-nominated "Poor Things" when it premiered in theaters last year, you can now watch it from the comfort of your own home.

"Poor Things," an R-rated comedy directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, was the second most-nominated film at the 2024 Oscars with 11 nods, including best picture and best actress.

The movie is also one of the most divisive films of the past year thanks to its ample nudity and profanity. But, "Poor Things" was still able to sweep four awards during Sunday's ceremony — best actress for Emma Stone, best costume design, best makeup and hairstyling, and best production design.

This is Stone's second Oscar, after winning the same award in 2017 for her performance in "La La Land."

If you want to see what all the fuss is after the film's Oscar success, then Hulu is here to help.

Emma Stone as Bella Baxter and Mark Ruffalo as Duncan Wedderburn in "Poor Things."
Emma Stone as Bella Baxter and Mark Ruffalo as Duncan Wedderburn in "Poor Things."Searchlight Pictures

The film is now streaming on the platform, starting at $7.99 a month with its basic, ad-supported plan. New members can get a 30-day free trial.

The film is also available to rent and buy from VOD retailers such as Amazon, Apple TV, Google Play, and Vudu.

For those who prefer to own a disc version of the movie, "Poor Things" will be available on Blu-ray and DVD from March 12.

Based on the 1992 novel by Scottish writer Alasdair Gray, "Poor Things" sees Stone — who also coproduced the movie — play a "Frankenstein's monster"-esque creation known as Bella Baxter who was created by an experimental scientist (Willem Dafoe).

With the brain of an infant and the body of a grown woman, her uninhibited enthusiasm for new life experiences sees her run away from home with lawyer Duncan Wedderburn, played by Mark Ruffalo, on a globe-trotting, sex-filled adventure.

The film also stars Ramy Youssef, Christopher Abbott, Margaret Qualley, Hanna Schygulla, and Jerrod Carmichael.

On the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an impressive 92% "Certified Fresh" critics' rating so far.

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