Here's Where You Can Stream the Oscar-Nominated Movie 'Elvis' Starring Austin Butler

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In the early summer months of 2022, Elvis debuted in theaters and viewers immediately began shaking in their boots over Austin Butler's performance as rock legend Elvis Presley. Between acting alongside Tom Hanks (who plays Elvis' manager Colonel Tom Parker), his singing impression and Priscilla Presley singing high praises over his portrayal of her late ex-husband, it's easy to see the many reasons why people can't stop talking about the new movie.

Viewers weren't the only ones applauding Elvis for its unique storytelling. The film has garnered critical acclaim throughout awards season, including Austin's 2023 Golden Globes win for Best Actor in a Motion Picture, Drama. What's more, the Baz Luhrmann-directed movie received eight nominations at the 2023 Oscars, with all odds pointing to a Best Picture win and Austin giving a Best Actor acceptance speech.

That said, Elvis is everything you could possibly want out of a musical biopic: Fancy costumes, covers of classic hits (you know, like "Trouble" or "Hound Dog"), a lot of family drama and a spot-on Elvis accent. So, if you wanted to know where to watch and stream Elvis at home, you don't have to wait too much longer.

The movie already lives on a major streaming platform and you won't want to miss it. Read on to find out where you can watch and stream the film about the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis:

Where to watch or stream Elvis:

Tie up your blue suede shoes because we have some good news for you. Elvis became available to stream on HBO Max in September 2022.

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While the movie has already been streaming on sites like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV, this is the only place where you can stream it without renting or paying for the film individually. Because Elvis is being distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures, it falls under an ongoing deal the studio has with HBO Max through the end of 2022. This meant that after 45 days of the movie playing in theaters, it moved to the popular streamer for its users to watch any time on demand.

So, how do you watch Elvis now that it's available on HBO Max? First, you'll need to be subscribed to the streamer. If you're a first-time user, you can sign up for a plan, starting at $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. Once you're done, head on over to the official movie page on the website or the HBO Max app.


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