Can Netflix subscribers view Black Adam on the streaming service? Where can you watch the Dwayne Johnson DCEU movie?
A new form of justice has made its presence felt on the DC Universe, and it’s been a long time coming.
Teth Adam has broken free from his prison after 5000 years, and even though our wait for Black Adam may not have been quite as long as that, the 15-year journey to the film’s release has been a pretty long one.
There is so much anticipation going into the Dwyane “The Rock” Johnson-led film, with fans hoping that it will reset the hierarchy of the DC Extended Universe like The Rock has teased many times. But now that the movie is here, the one question that many fans are asking is simply: How can you watch it?
Is Black Adam available on Netflix?
Sadly, Black Adam is not available to watch on Netflix and that likely won’t change anytime soon. While the streamer has been known to house superhero movies in the past (including DC Comics movies), recent DC releases will go to WarnerMedia streaming service HBO Max instead.
If you’re looking for good quality superhero projects on Netflix though, you can find The Old Guard and all three seasons of the critically-acclaimed The Umbrella Academy there.
Where will Black Adam be available to stream?
Since Black Adam has only been released in the movie theaters right now, it will be some time before it’s released on any streaming services. When it is, however, it will go straight to HBO Max, the streaming service that all Warner Bros. properties tend to find their way to.
In regards to when that could happen, it could be sometime in December, as Warner Bros. tends to wait for the film’s 45 – 60 day theatrical release window to come and go before they release it on HBO Max. With that in mind, be sure to look out for it during or after the holidays – and in the meantime, wait for an official announcement from Warner Bros. Discovery.
After it premieres on the service, it will then be available to purchase on home media and various VOD services.
Will you be seeing Black Adam in the cinema, or waiting for it to become available on streaming or home media? Let us know in the comments below!