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Is watching C’mon C’mon on Disney Plus, HBO Max, Netflix, or Amazon Prime? Yes, we have found an authentic streaming option/service. Details on how you can watch C’mon C’mon for free throughout the year are described below.

Joaquin Phoenix is back with yet another indie darling. This time, the movie is A24’s C’mon C’mon, a black-and-white drama opening in theaters this weekend.

Written and directed by Mike Mills, who is known for his acclaimed films like Beginners and 20th Century, C’mon C’mon stars Phoenix as a radio DJ who unexpectedly gets tasked with taking care of his eccentric young nephew, Jesse (played by Woody Norman). The two take a cross-country trip and discover they have more in common than they thought. The film first premiered at Telluride Film Festival in September, and also stars Gaby Hoffmann, Scoot McNairy, Molly Webster, and Jaboukie Young-White.

With the combined power of Phoenix and a black-and-white palette, C’mon C’mon is sure to get some awards buzz in the coming months. Here’s everything you need to know about where to watch C’mon C’mon and when to expect C’mon C’mon on streaming.

WHERE TO WATCH CMON CMON:
Right now, the only place to watch C’mon C’mon is in a movie theater when the film opens on November 19. You can find a showing near you here. After the film’s theatrical run, you’ll be able to purchase C’mon C’mon on digital platforms like iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, and Vudu. And you might not have to wait too long for that.

WHEN WILL CMON CMON BE STREAMING?
The short answer is: We don’t know. A C’mon C’mon digital release date has not yet been announced. It’s hard to say when C’mon C’mon, which is an A24 release, will come to digital. However, several recent A24 films, including Lamb, have become available to rent for $19.99 on digital platforms after about two and a half weeks in theaters. If C’mon C’mon follows a similar release strategy, you may be able to rent the movie for $19.99 as early as the first or second week of December 2021.

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But this is all speculation. Stay tuned for the official C’mon C’mon digital release date.

WILL CMON CMON BE ON HBO MAX?
No. C’mon C’mon will not be on HBO Max, because C’mon C’mon is an A24 film, and not a Warner Bros. film. While HBO Max—which is owned by Warner Media— is the streaming home for Warner Bros. blockbusters like Dune, it will not be the streaming home for C’mon C’mon. (At least, not for a while.)

IS CMON CMON ON NETFLIX?
No. It’s possible that C’mon C’mon will be on Netflix someday, given that the streaming service hosts a number of A24 films, including Uncut Gems. But there’s no guarantee. If you don’t want to miss the film, your best bet is to see C’mon C’mon in a movie theater or wait to rent it for $19.99.

C’mon C’mon, starring Joaquin Phoenix as a radio journalist who embarks on a cross-country trip with his young nephew (Woody Norman), made its world premiere at Telluride, garnering an immediate 91% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes and will continue on to the New York Film Festival.

The pic reteams A24 with Mills, the distributor having released his 20th Century Women which saw Mills nominated for Best Original Screenplay at the 2017 Oscars. Gaby Hoffman also stars.

Baker is another filmmaker to release his latest via A24, the studio have distributed his The Florida Project which earned an Oscar nomination for Willem Dafoe in the Best Supporting Actor category.

Red Rocket follows Mikey Saber (Simon Rex), a washed-up porn star who returns to his small Texas hometown — not that anyone really wants him back. The pic made its world premiere at Cannes and won the Critics Award at Deauville. It’s currently 96% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

A24’s fall lineup includes Lamb on Oct. 8, Souvenir 2 on Oct. 29, The Humans in theaters and on Showtime on Nov. 24 and Joel Coen’s The Tragedy of Macbeth in theaters on Dec. 25 and on Apple TV on Jan. 14.

C’mon C’mon Release Date
C’mon C’mon had its world premiere at the Telluride Film Festival on September 2, 2021. By the end of its run, it will have screened at film festivals in Chicago. It is scheduled to be released on November 19, 2021.

Where to Watch C’mon C’mon
C’mon C’mon will be released exclusively in theaters, meaning there will be no day-and-date release on any streaming platform.

Will C’mon C’mon Be on Netflix?
Currently, there is no confirmation as to whether or not C’mon C’mon will be on Netflix, but as no other part of the Ghostbusters franchise has made it to the popular streaming service, our guess is that this won’t be the case.

Will C’mon C’mon Be on Amazon Prime Video?
While the Ghostbusters movies and tv series aren’t free on Amazon Prime Video, you can rent or purchase them. To give you a general idea, the 1984 original can be rented at $3.99 or bought at $7.99. This is a good indication that C’mon C’mon will get the same treatment eventually.

Will C’mon C’mon Be on Disney Plus?
Disney Plus is your go-to if you’re looking to stream any Disney film as well as anything from Pixar, the Avengers franchise, the Star Wars empire, and so on. The Ghostbusters franchise doesn’t belong to Disney so we don’t expect Afterlife to make it to Disney Plus, unfortunately.

About C’mon C’mon
C’mon C’mon will release on Nov 19, 2021 and is directed by Mike Mills .This movie will be 1 hr 48 min in duration and will be available in English language.

Scoot McNairy, Joaquin Phoenix, Molly Webster, Mya Gonzales, Deborah Strang, Gaby Hoffmann, Khadija Emma Neumann, Jenny Eliscu, Woody Norman, Brandon Rush, Beth Bartley, Elaine Kagan, Keisuke Hoashi, Cooper Jack Rubin, Mary Passeri, Gita Reddy, Artrial Clark, Kate Adams, Callan Farris and Jaboukie Young-White will be playing as the star cast in this movie.

C’mon C’mon scores a 7.9 digit binge rating out of 10 and will be a brilliant movie to watch in the Drama genre.

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