Let’s be honest, and it’s a very confusing time right now for movies. Some movies are skipping theaters altogether and headed straight to streaming, while others are doing a hybrid model. Others are risking it all with exclusive theatrical releases. Are you confused by it all? That’s okay, and we can help you find out everything you need to know to watch Candyman this weekend.
The new film is a direct sequel to the original 1992 movie. It stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as a struggling artist who uncovers the dark, true history of the killer. Tony Todd also returns to reprise his role from the original.
Keep reading to learn where to watch Candyman and when you can expect the new Candyman on streaming.
Where to watch Candyman
The only place you can watch Candyman right now is in theaters. That’s unfortunate for those who aren’t confident enough to risk venturing out to the cinemas right now with the Delta variant raging across the country, but it is the only option for the time being.
Is Candyman streaming?
No, Candyman is not streaming right now. However, the original 1992 Candyman is streaming on Peacock, Candyman: Farewell to Flesh is streaming on Amazon Prime Video, and Candyman 3: Day of the Dead is streaming on Hulu and EPIX. If you don’t want to go to the movies to watch the 2021 film, you can at least do a Candyman marathon at home!
Will Candyman come to Netflix?
Most likely, Candyman will not go to Netflix because it is a Universal Pictures film, and they have their own streaming service at Peacock.
When will Candyman start streaming?
Candyman will probably not start streaming until 2022. The film will likely go to Peacock, although some Univeral films are available on HBO Max.
The good news is, Candyman will be available to rent and/or purchase on VOD much sooner. Movies are going from theater to VOD much faster these days due to the pandemic, so anticipate being able to pay to watch at home within the next month or two.