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- “The Last Duel” is now available to stream at home less than two months after it hit theaters.
- Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Jodie Comer star in the historical epic from director Ridley Scott.
- The movie costs $20 to buy from streaming retailers like Prime Video and Vudu.
Director Ridley Scott’s new historical drama, “The Last Duel,” is now available to stream at home. The movie’s digital release comes less than two months after its theatrical debut on October 15. Scott is best known for directing big-budget epics like “Gladiator” and sci-fi classics like “Alien” and “Blade Runner.”
“The Last Duel” is based on the 2004 novel by Eric Jager, which itself was inspired by real events. The movie takes place in 14th century France, and focuses on a knight, Jean (Matt Damon), who challenges a squire, Jacques (Adam Driver), to a deadly duel after Jacques is accused of raping Jean’s wife (Jodie Comer).
Though the film failed at the box office, it received critical acclaim. “The Last Duel” currently holds an “85% Certified Fresh” rating on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, based on 254 reviews.
Director Ridley Scott already has another movie playing in theaters, “House of Gucci,” which is faring better at the box office. A home video release date has not been announced for “House of Gucci” yet.
Where to watch ‘The Last Duel’
You can watch “The Last Duel” through popular video-on-demand (VOD) retailers like Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, Apple TV (iTunes), Microsoft Movies, and YouTube. The movie currently costs $20 to purchase.
One you purchase a movie from a digital retailer you can stream it as many times as you like. The purchase price will likely go down over the coming months, as new releases are always most expensive. A cheaper rental option is also expected, but no release date for that has been announced.
You can stream “The Last Duel” in up to 4K resolution with high dynamic range (HDR) and Dolby Atmos audio if your app and gear support those formats. VOD services are available on mobile devices and most popular streaming players and smart TVs. Check each service’s website for full details on format and device support.
What other new movies can I watch at home?
“Not Time to Die” and “Last Night in SoHo” are still only available to rent for $20 each, while “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” is available to buy for $20.