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Multi-hyphenate talent Emerald Fennell—previously known best to Town & Country audiences as The Crown's Camilla Parker Bowles—made waves last year with the release of Promising Young Woman, a film she wrote and directed.
“With Promising Young Woman I wanted to make a kind of Hitchcock thriller, in which people really didn’t know what was going to happen next,” she told Town & Country of the project. She certainly succeeded on the last front; the movie's ending has been dissected over and over in the weeks since its release.
So, how can you watch the Golden Globe- and Oscar-nominated movie everyone's talking about? Below, a quick guide.
The film debuted in December, after a pandemic-caused delay.
Promising Young Woman was originally slated to premiere earlier, but—like so many other movies in 2020—its release date was pushed back amid the pandemic. The film ended up bowing in theaters and on online rental services on Christmas Day.
Fennell found a small comfort in the delayed premiere. "In a weird way, it’s been better," she told Town & Country in mid-December. "We were just gearing up for the release when everything locked down and I had just finished the mix two days before the screening at Sundance, so I was in such a daze. I feel like I can talk about the film sensibly now. Perhaps naïvely, I feel more prepared."
It's still available wherever you rent movies.
The film isn't yet on any streaming service; instead, viewers will have to rent it from their preferred on demand rental service. (Think Amazon Prime Video, the iTunes store, and Google Play.) Below, links to a few places where Promising Young Woman is currently available.
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