How to Watch Dont Worry Darling

How to Watch Dont Worry Darling

People can now see the new thriller from Olivia Wilde, which starred Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, and Chris Pine around the world, but what else can you see right now?

Here''s what you should know.

How can I see Dont Worry Darling in movie theaters?

On September 23, there will be early advance screenings in many locations, although the film is now playing exclusively in movie theaters.

Check local movie theaters websites for details on where you can go to see them or get everywhere you can play with a resource like Fandango (opens in a new tab).

If you make frequent visits to the movie theaters but are wondering how to make it more affordable, look no further with movie theater subscriptions and membership deals. These services pay for a set of movies for a flat monthly fee; you may also receive discounts on concessions and other theater perks. Many US and UK theater chains have these services, but there is also MoviePass, which is currently only for select stores in the United States.

Is Dont Worry Darling streaming?

No, a cinematic experience means that it isn''t available for the time being.

There is no information yet on when or when the digital on-demand or streaming capabilities are available, although the reasoning would be at least 30-45 days after its theatrical release date. The film is a Warner Bros./New Line Cinema title, so it is likely to first appear for HBO Max. However, nothing has been confirmed at this time.

Everything you need to know about Dont Worry Darling

Victory, a fantastic experimental company town in the idyllic district of Victory, was established for men working on a secret project. Jack, one of the Victory residents, is jeopardized by Alice, who lives with his wife Alice. However, when Alice discovers the flaws in this seemingly perfect society, she becomes determined to understand what is going on in the experiment community.

Florence Pugh plays Alice while Harry Styles plays her husband Jack. Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, Kiki Layne, and Olivia Wilde star in the cast. Wilde is also directed by Katie Silberman, which is currently streaming music.

Check out this What to Watchs review, which lauds Pugh''s performance.

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