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- “Free Guy” is now available to watch at home on Disney Plus and HBO Max.
- “Free Guy”, starring Ryan Reynolds, is an action comedy about a non-player character (NPC) from a video game.
- You can also rent the movie for $4 through VOD retailers like Prime Video, Vudu, and Apple TV.
“Free Guy” now streams at home on several different services. The action movie is available to all Disney Plus and HBO Max subscribers. You can also choose to buy the movie for $20 or rent it for $4 on Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV and Microsoft Movies.
In “The Free Man,” Ryan Reynolds is a non-player character (NPC) from a video game, known as Guy for short, and is becoming more and more self-aware. With the help of the mysterious Molotov Girl (Jodie Comer), Guy tries to save his virtual world before it’s wiped out by a corrupt developer. The movie features numerous cameos from popular video game publishers like Ninja and Pokimane.
According to Deadline, “Free Guy” made over $300 million worldwide during its theatrical release. “Free Guy” was received positively by critics beyond its box office success. The film has an “80% Certificate of Innovation” rating in review collection. website Rotten Tomatoes.
Where to watch ‘Free Guy’ online?
“Free Guy” is now available to watch at home through Disney Plus, HBO Max and VOD retailers. All Disney Plus and HBO Max subscribers can watch at no extra cost.
Disney Plus is $8 per month for ad-free access to the service’s entire library of on-demand content. Disney Plus streams “Free Man” up to 4K Ultra HD with Dolby Vision high dynamic range (HDR) and Dolby Atmos audio, but you need a TV and sound system that supports these formats.
HBO Max starts at $10 a month for ad-supported streaming, but you can upgrade to ad-free streaming for $15 a month. Unlike Disney Plus, HBO Max does not stream “Free Man” in 4K or HDR. Instead, the movie is only available in high definition (HD) and regular surround sound.
If you don’t have Disney Plus or HBO Max, you can choose to pay a one-time fee to rent or buy the “Free Guy” instead. Movies cost $4 to rent or $20 to buy on VOD services like Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, and Microsoft Movies. All of these services offer “Free Guy” in quality up to 4K with high dynamic range (HDR) on compatible devices.
If you choose to purchase “Free Guy”, you can stream the movie live as many times as you want without any time restrictions. Most VOD vendors give you 30 days to start tracking a rental for customers who hire the “Free Guy”. Once you hit play, you usually have 48 hours to finish streaming a movie.