How to Watch 'She Said,' the Movie About the Harvey Weinstein Scandal Breaking
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In the words of Moira Rose, the best season is "awards" and the 2022 Academy Award race is on. Time to stop watching your favorite comfort movies and work on your Oscar ballot. That includes watching She Said, a bit of recent history about the Harvey Weinstein scandal and the popularization of the #MeToo movement.
While #MeToo first surfaced online in 2006, coined by activist Tarana Burke, the hashtag went viral after several women came forward in the New York Times with sexual abuse allegations involving former Hollywood producer Weinstein. The movie She Said is ultimately based on a book written by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the journalists who first reported on and broke the Weinstein news.
Interested in a riveting truth-seeking tale? A reminder of a time not-too-long-ago that was harrowing but powerful because it felt like women were finally heard? Here's how to watch She Said.
Can I watch She Said in theaters?
As of December 2022, you sure can! The film was released in theaters on November 18, 2022 but did not do very well at the box office. Given that, it might not stay in theaters very long and you may be limited to one showtime (or even one theater in your area) per day. Such is the way for films that aren't major blockbusters with blue people, robots, and/or superheroes these days. They're in and out quick, if studios put them in theaters at all.
Okay, when can I watch She Said at home?
There has not yet been an official VOD (video on demand) release date for She Said. That's up to Universal Studios. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal had the option to put it on premium VOD as early as December 2, which has already passed. And if you're wondering which streaming service is most likely to pick up the film, that would be Peacock.
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