How to watch Elvis at home

Elvis ranks among Baz Luhrmann’s best films, but that may not matter much since the director never makes bad films. However, potential viewers who want to find out where this film occupies in the work of the director will be able to decide on Tuesday, August 9, when it appears on PVOD (according to individualwire).

Released by Warner Bros. Discovery will cost $19.99 to rent for 48 hours and $24.99 to buy on PVOD platforms. Unfortunately, according to Indiewire sources, “Elvis” will not be available to stream on HBO Max on the same day. The future of the streaming service is hanging in the air after the cancellation of Batgirl and Scooby!: Holiday Haunt. In addition to having long-awaited titles picked up, some streaming-exclusive movies have quietly disappeared from HBO Max in recent weeks. It remains to be seen if Elvis will fall victim to the change.

However, for Elvis on HBO Max, this might not be such a bad thing. According to Indiewire, Luhrmann believes the film will be available on streamer in the fall. That being said, the studio has yet to confirm the authenticity of the director’s statement at the time of this writing.

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