How and when can I watch Fast X at home? The Fast and the Furious franchise is back for a 10th instalment. When will it be available to stream at home?
They’re still fast, and they’re still furious. Well, at least pretty speedy and pretty mad considering they’re getting on a bit these days. And boy does this new sound fun if you’re into high speed car chases and crashes and lots of bass.
Naturally, Vin Diesel is back in the driver’s seat, but this time the dastardly new villain is played by Jason Momoa, as Dante.
“Over many missions and against impossible odds, Dom Toretto and his family have outsmarted and outdriven every foe in their path,” the synopsis reads. “Now, they must confront the most lethal opponent they’ve ever faced. Fueled by revenge, a terrifying threat emerges from the shadows of the past to shatter Dom’s world and destroy everything – and everyone – he loves.”
Fast X has now arrived on the big screen, but if you’re not up for the thrill ride and would rather have a more pedestrian outing at home, nice and cosy under the duvet with a mug of hot cocoa, we don’t blame you.
However, it may be a minute before we can park up at home on an evening and settle in for the latest ‘Fast’ instalment. We can make some educated guesses though. So, when will Fast X become available to stream at home?
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When will Fast X be available to stream at home?
The film’s official cinematic release is on Friday May 19. That’s today!
It’s a Universal Pictures franchise, which means the streaming home will eventually be NBC Universal’s Peacock streaming service.
In the past, Universal films have arrived on Peacock 45 days after the launch in cinemas. That would put the launch date for Peacock subscribers around the end of June / early July, but there’s no clarity as yet. Unversal may wait longer.
Peacock is a US streaming service, but it’s also available to Sky subscribers in the United Kingdom, but there isn’t pure synergy between the streaming libraries and launch dates. So it’s difficult to make predictions about the UK streaming arrangements.
We can also expect Universal to offer Fast X for Premium VoD, meaning you’ll be able to pay above the odds to watch it at home. That means it’ll be available for on the usual platforms before it hits the streaming platform du jour. We’ll keep you posted on the launch date.