Fast & Furious 9 is already out in certain parts of the world, but it’ll finally arrive in UK cinemas on June 24 and US cinemas on June 25.
Fast and Furious 9 has finally made its debut on screens this year after a series of delays. It’s the latest adventure in the franchise that’s been thrilling audiences since 2001. Justin Lin directed Fast & Furious 4 and Fast & Furious 9, bringing us Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez back to the franchise.
|Movie Name||Fast and Furious 9 F9|
|Date Time||June 25|
Fast & Furious 9, which marks the penultimate installment in the franchise, sees Dom (Vin Diesel) and his family taking on Jakob (John Cena), a team-up between himself and Cipher (Charlize Theron). Curious when F9 premieres? Wondering how to watch F9? Here’s everything you need to know about watching Fast & Furious 9.
WHEN DOES FAST AND FURIOUS 9 PREMIERE?
In about a month, Fast & Furious 9 will zoom into theaters. After being pushed multiple times, F9 is set to premiere on Friday, June 25.
When Does ‘Fast and Furious 9’ Drop on HBO Max?
On Friday, June 25, the newest installment in the series—Fast and Furious 9 F9: The Fast Saga—will arrive in both theaters and on HBO Max.
For any of you out there who are either unable or uncomfortable returning to movie theaters, the film will be made available domestically for 31 days on HBO Max beginning 12:00 am PT / 3:00 am ET on the day of its theatrical release. To watch the new blockbuster, you must have an HBO Max subscription, which’ll run you $14.99 per month if you are not eligible to convert an existing HBO subscription at no extra charge. Unfortunately, HBO Max’s newly launched ad-supported tier, which costs $9.99 per month, does not feature Warner Bros.’s day-and-date film releases.
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IS FAST AND FURIOUS 9 ON NETFLIX, AMAZON, OR ANOTHER STREAMING SITE?
No, Fast and Furious 9 will not be available on any of the major streaming sites when it releases.
That’s right, unlike so many new releases in the past year, Fast and Furious 9 will not be available on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max or Hulu.
When will Fast and Furious 9 be on streaming? When will F9 be on-demand?
We don’t know yet. Fast & Furious 9 is a Universal movie, and Universal Studios has a deal with AMC that allows the studio to release its movies-on-demand—usually on premium-on-demand, meaning you’ll be able to rent the film for $19.99—after just a 17-day run in theaters.
However, it’s unlikely that Fast & Furious 9 will move to PVOD after just 17 days, given that it’s such a huge film. Sources close to the situation have told Decider that because the 17-day window is flexible, Universal plans to let F9 run in theaters exclusively for longer than just 17 days. However, an official digital release date for F9 has not yet been announced. The studio will likely make that decision based on how well the movie is doing at the box office. With vaccines rolling out, but also with variants of the COVID-19 virus on the rise, it’s still too early to say how comfortable moviegoers will feel heading to the theaters in June.
Is Fast And Furious 9 in Movie Theaters?
Fast And Furious 9 is all about the epic fights and now R-rated fatalities, so it’s understandable if you’d prefer to watch it play out on the big screen. And now that cases are down and the vaccine rollout has expanded in the US, more and more theaters are opening up nationwide to varying capacities. Be sure to check your states most recent safety guidelines, but if your local theaters are open, folks who feel safe to visit theaters can see Fast And Furious 9 on the big screen starting April 23 – the same day it arrives on HBO Max.
Globally, Fast And Furious 9 has already started rolling out to screens in 28 markets, as of this publishing. While it’s not quite roaring at the box office overseas like last month’s Wrath Of Man the film is rounding $20 million in sales ahead of its US release.
How to watch Fast And Furious 9 in the UK
We are going to discuss How to Watch Fast And Furious 9 from the UK. UK fans of the series have had to wait to see the new version, but it’s now available to rent at home.
Fast And Furious 9 is now available to rent at home for £15.99 for a 48-hour rental window from Prime Video, iTunes, and other participating digital retailers. Prime Video also currently has the 4K UHD version of the movie available to rent at the same price.
It could well be that the movie gets a big-screen outing from June 25 when cinemas reopen in the UK, but this is currently the only confirmed way to watch the movie.
How to watch Fast And Furious 9 in the US
We are going to discuss How to Watch Fast And Furious 9 from US. Fast And Furious 9 is out now in US cinemas and is also available to watch right now on HBO Max. However, HBO Max is currently not available in the UK or other countries outside of the US.
If you’re in the US though and aren’t a subscriber to HBO Max, you can sign up for $14.99 a month. Fast And Furious 9 will be available to watch on HBO Max for 31 days from its theatrical release on June 25, so you don’t have long left.
Is F9 going to be on HBO Max ever?
Actually, maybe! Currently, Universal has a deal that allows its films to move to HBO nine months after its theatrical release—so, in the case of F9, that would be March, 2022. That deal is set to expire at the end of 2021. However, according to a report from Bloomberg, executives are considering licensing Universal films to HBO Max or Netflix.
F9 will also eventually come to Peacock, but it may go to HBO first. Back in 2020, when the NBC/Universal streaming platform Peacock launched, then-NBCUniversal Chairman Steve Burke said, “We are looking to take back – we are taking back the FX window, so Peacock will have every single movie ever made by Universal. They just won’t have them in that three-month period [while they are on HBO] and we don’t think that’s a problem. It’s never been a problem for the broadcasters.”