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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.
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” was previously available on HBO Max, but the film left the service on March 1 and it’s unclear when the movie will return.
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.
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.
For detailed impressions, check out our full HBO Max review here.