‘Don’t Worry Darling’ & Other New Movies That You Can Now Stream From Home

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Don’t Worry Darling  is now streaming on Prime Video. Amazon’s streaming platform makes it easy for movie lovers to stream newer releases that are still in theaters from home.

To make things even easier, we did some of the searching for you and rounded up a handful of in-theater releases (and movies that recently left theaters) that you can rent on Prime Video and watch on your TV, laptop, phone or another compatible streaming device.

Prime Video lets users access countless hours of content including action and adventure movies, dramas, comedies, documentaries, sci-fi, mysteries and thrillers, and kid-friendly programs. Not signed up for Amazon Prime? Join today under a free 30-day trial ($14.99 a month after the trial ends) and enjoy tons of great perks such as fast and free shipping, exclusive deals on millions of items and a free one-year subscription to GrubHub+. There’s also an option to join Prime Video by itself (free trial included, but you won’t get as many perks as you would with a Prime membership).

Movie lovers can rent Bullet Train, Top Gun: Maverick, Elvis, Nope, Orphan First Kill, Minions: The Rise of Gru, Jurassic World Dominion, The Black Phone, Everything, Everywhere All At Once and other films on Prime Video for around $5.

Not to be confused with Amazon Originals, which are free to Prime Video members, the majority of the releases listed below cost $19.99 to rent and $24.99 to buy, depending on the film. After deciding on a rental, you’ll have 30 days to start watching the film, and 48 hours to finish once your start.

See the lineup below.

'Don't Worry Darling'
$19.99 (rent)

Don’t Worry Darling centers around a 1950s housewife living in a “utopian experimental community” but cracks in their seemingly blissful life begin to appear, exposing something more sinister lurking beneath the façade. The film is directed by Olivia Wilde and stars Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Wilde, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, and Chris Pine.

$19.99 (rent)

Billy Eichner, Luke MacFarlane and Guy Branum star in Bros, directed by Nicholas Stoller. Bros is the first gay romantic comedy from a major studio starring openly gay male leads. Eichner wrote, stars in and executive produced the film. Judd Apatow, Stoller, and Joshua Church are producers.

'The Silent Twins'
$19.99 (rent)

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrence play identical twins in The Silent Twins. The film is based on real-life twins, June and Jennifer Gibbons, who became known as “The Silent Twins” because they only communicated with each other. The sisters endured constant racial bullying in school and were eventually locked up for nearly a decade in England’s notorious Broadmoor psychiatric hospital following a string of petty crimes. Jennifer Gibbons died in 1993.  

$19.99 (buy)

A widowed father and his two daughters become prey for a rogue lion in Beast, starring Idris Elba, Iyana Halley, Leah Sava Jeffries, and Iyana Halley. Beast is also streaming on Peacock.

Latifah Muhammad