How to watch ‘The Little Things’ starring Denzel Washington through VOD streaming services

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  • The Little Things” starring Denzel Washington is now available through VOD platforms.
  • The movie was previously streaming on HBO Max, but it’s no longer included on the service.
  • You can rent the film for $20 through streaming retailers like Prime Video, Vudu, and more.

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The Little Things” is now available to rent through video-on-demand (VOD) services for $20. The film originally premiered on HBO Max on January 29, but was removed from the service on March 1.

The movie follows Deke, a deputy sheriff played by Denzel Washington, who winds up searching for a serial killer in Los Angeles. Deke meets Baxter (Rami Malek), a sergeant from the LA Sheriff’s Department, who tags along on the investigation. But as the search continues, it reveals secrets of Deke’s past. The thriller is directed by John Lee Hancock and also features actor Jared Leto.

Leto’s performance as Albert Sparma earned him two nominations at award ceremonies in 2021. The Golden Globes nominated Leto in the “Best Supporting Actor” category while the Screen Actors Guild Awards nominated him in the category for “Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role.”

How to watch ‘The Little Things’

“The Little Things” is now available to rent from VOD streaming retailers like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV, Google Play, Fandango Now, and Microsoft. Rentals are priced at $20.

“The Little Things” was previously available on HBO Max, but the film left the service on March 1 and it’s unclear when the movie will return.

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VOD rental services are available on most mobile devices, media players, and smart TVs. Rental options include 4K with HDR, high definition (HD), and standard definition (SD). You can also watch “The Little Things” with Dolby Atmos audio if your device and app of choice support it.

Most streaming retailers give you 30 days to start watching a rental and up to 48 hours to complete a film after playback is initiated.

Though the movie is currently only available via streaming, “The Little Things” will be released on DVD and Blu-ray starting May 4.

What other Warner Bros. movies are coming to HBO Max?

“The Little Things” premiered on HBO Max on January 29 and remained on the service until March 1. The movie is one of several Warner Bros. films set for day-and-date releases on HBO Max and in theaters throughout 2021.

The next Warner Bros. movie to appear on HBO Max will be “Mortal Kombat” on April 23. “The Matrix 4,” “Space Jam 2,” and more will also debut later this year. Here’s a complete list of every upcoming Warner Bros. movie with same-day releases on both HBO Max and in movie theaters.

HBO Max costs $15 a month. Cable subscribers who pay for HBO can get HBO Max for free as part of their existing plan, although there are some limitations.

For detailed impressions, check out our full HBO Max review here.

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How to watch ‘The Little Things’ starring Denzel Washington on HBO Max

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“The Little Things” is now available to watch on HBO Max. The film is the second in a series of Warner Bros. movies that are scheduled to start streaming on the same day they premiere in theaters.

The film follows Deke, a deputy sheriff played by Denzel Washington, who winds up searching for a serial killer in Los Angeles. Deke meets Baxter (Rami Malek), a sergeant from the LA Sheriff’s Department, who tags along on the investigation. But as the search continues, it reveals secrets of Deke’s past. The thriller is directed by John Lee Hancock and also features actor Jared Leto.

The movie follows the release of “Wonder Woman 1984” as the second Warner Bros. title to be released in theaters and through HBO Max at the same time. “Wonder Woman 1984” brought in 4.3 times the average amount of HBO Max signups in December 2020, according to research startup Antenna.

Although “Wonder Woman 1984” was the highest-grossing opening weekend release in domestic theaters since the start of the pandemic – earning $16.7 million – its box office still hasn’t captured the amount it cost to make the $200 million movie. The expectations for “The Little Things” are similar as more people flock to streaming services and fewer people attend cinemas, either due to closures or hesitancy to go back to theater seats.

How to watch ‘The Little Things’ on HBO Max

“The Little Things” premiered on HBO Max on January 29. If you have an HBO Max subscription, you can watch the film with no additional fees. “The Little Things” will be available through March 1, but after that, the movie will leave HBO Max with no known return date.

HBO Max costs $15 per month. If you prepay for six months, you can currently receive a 20% discount. Cable subscribers who pay for HBO can also get HBO Max for free as part of their existing plan, although there are some limitations.

You can watch “The Little Things” through HBO Max on your mobile device, Playstation or Xbox, Chromecast, Samsung smart TV, Roku, Android TV, or Fire TV device.

“The Little Things” is the second HBO Max movie to support Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos formats for enhanced contrast, colors, and surround sound on compatible devices. 

For detailed impressions on HBO Max, check out our full HBO Max review here.

What other Warner Bros. movies are coming to HBO Max?

The next scheduled Warner Bros. release on HBO Max is “Judas & The Black Messiah,” a film following the life of Black Panther Party activist Fred Hampton, on February 12. 

You can also catch “Tom & Jerry,” a new movie featuring the classic cat and mouse duo on February 26. Warner Bros. will release “The Matrix 4,” “Mortal Kombat,” “Space Jam 2,” “Godzilla vs. Kong,” and more on HBO Max throughout the year.

Here’s a complete list of every upcoming Warner Bros. movie with same-day releases on both HBO Max and in movie theaters.

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How to watch Chadwick Boseman’s final role in ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ on Netflix

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  • “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” debuted on Netflix on December 18 after a short run in theaters.
  • The film features Chadwick Boseman’s final performance; the actor, best known for his role in “Black Panther,” died of colon cancer on August 28.
  • “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” also stars Oscar winner Viola Davis in the titular role, with Denzel Washington producing.
  • Netflix starts at $9 per month, though the most popular option is $14, so you can get high definition streaming on your TV, smartphone, or computer.
  • See also: How to watch select Netflix movies and shows for free

Chadwick Boseman, the late star of “Black Panther” and “42,” delivers his final performance in Netflix’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” an adaptation of the play of the same name. The film debuted on the streaming platform on December 18 after a limited theatrical run that drew critical acclaim for Boseman’s role as musician Levee Green.

“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is a part of the 10-play Pittsburgh Cycle written by August Wilson; it was first performed in 1984. In the Netflix adaptation, Viola Davis plays Ma Rainey, a real blues singer who inspired Wilson’s character. Davis won an Academy Award for her role in another Wilson adaptation, “Fences,” in 2016. Denzel Washington co-starred, directed, and produced “Fences,” and is credited as a producer for “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.”

Boseman filmed “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” in July 2019, one year before he died of colon cancer. His role has been described as “a parting gift” by critics, and members of the cast described Boseman’s performance as both “extraordinary” and “terrifying.” Davis, whose character clashes with Boseman’s Green on stage, said she broke down when she heard news of Boseman’s death in August.

Along with the film, Netflix has produced a 30-minute documentary exploring how Wilson’s play was adapted to the screen, with interviews from Davis, Washington, and director George C. Wolfe.

How to watch ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

Outside of a very limited theater run, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is exclusive to Netflix, so you’ll have to sign up for the streaming service to watch.

Netflix plans start at $9 per month for standard definition streaming, but most people opt for the $14 per month option so they can get high definition streaming and share their account with another person. An $18 per month plan is also available with support for 4K streaming and playback on up to four screens.

“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is available in up to 4K resolution with Dolby Vision HDR contrast and Dolby Atmos sound on supported devices. You can find the Netflix app on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, and most smart TV brands.

Netflix is also home to “Da 5 Bloods,” Boseman’s penultimate performance, directed by Spike Lee. In that film, Boseman plays a member of a Black US Army troop in Vietnam, alongside Jonathan Majors and Delroy Lindo.

What other movies and shows can I watch on Netflix?

Netflix members can access a huge library of original shows and movies, as well as full seasons of select network series and a catalog of older films from different studios.

Popular Netflix Originals include shows like “Stranger Things,” “The Witcher,” “Ozark”, “The Umbrella Academy,” “The Crown,” and “Cobra Kai.” The service is also home to exclusive movies like “Enola Holmes,” “The Devil All the Time,” and “Rebecca.”

If you’re interested in sampling some of Netflix’s original content but you don’t want to sign up for a subscription just yet, you can watch some movies and shows for free right now. The free selection features 10 titles, including the movie “Bird Box” starring Sandra Bullock, and the first episode of “Stranger Things.”

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