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- “The King’s Man” will be available on Hulu, HBO Max, and on-demand retailers starting February 18.
- The third film in the franchise stars Ralph Fiennes in an action-packed prequel set during World War I.
- Hulu memberships start at $7 a month, and HBO Max starts at $10 a month.
“The King’s Man” will hit multiple
services on February 18, which is just two months after its theatrical debut. In a rare move, the film is expected to launch on Hulu, HBO Max, and digital retailers on the same day.
“The King’s Man” is director Matthew Vaughn’s latest action-packed adaptation of Mark Millar’s comic book series about a secret spy organization. For this WWI-era prequel, we see the birth of the Kingsman agency as Orlando Oxford (Ralph Fiennes) races to stop a legion of evil-doers led by Grigori Rasputin (Rhys Ifans).
“The King’s Man” is the third film in the franchise, and serves as a prequel to 2014’s “Kingsman: The Secret Service” and 2017’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” Matthew Vaughn also directed those earlier films.
Where to watch ‘The King’s Man’
“The King’s Man” will be available to watch on Hulu, HBO Max, and all major video-on-demand retailers starting February 18. It’s rare for a film to have a simultaneous release on so many services, but the unique launch gives audiences lots of options.
The cheapest ways to watch “The King’s Man” at home is with a Hulu subscription.
‘s ad-supported plan costs $7 a month. Though this option does include commercials before a movie begins, Hulu doesn’t usually interrupt films with ads. If you want a completely ad-free experience, you can opt for Hulu’s premium plan at $13 a month.
HBO Max will also let you watch “The King’s Man” with its ad-supported and ad-free plans. The ad-supported plan costs $10 a month and supports up to 1080p high-definition (HD) video quality. The ad-free subscription is $15 a month, and supports up to
streaming for select titles, along with the ability to download content to your phone or tablet. That said, it’s not clear yet if “The King’s Man” will be available in 4K.
If you don’t have a subscription to Hulu or
you’ll also have the option to pay a one-time fee to purchase a streaming copy of “The King’s Man” from Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play, or Microsoft Movies.
Exact pricing hasn’t been detailed just yet, but we’ll update this page with retailer listings once they’re available.
Where to watch other movies in ‘The Kingsman’ franchise
If you want to catch up on previous films in ‘The Kingsman’ franchise, you have a few options.
Though the original movies are not currently included on any subscription streaming services, they are both available to rent or buy. The second movie is also available to stream if you have a pay-TV provider with access to ABC or FX.
- “Kingsman: The Secret Service” (2014) – rent or buy (Amazon, Vudu, Apple)
- “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” (2017) – ABC app, FXNow, rent or buy (Amazon, Vudu, Apple)