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When the Lady Gaga movie comes out on streaming

The long-awaited and controversial movie House of Gucci is finally coming to theaters, but when will the Lady Gaga movie be available for streaming?

After House of Guccis cinema release, when will it be available for streaming? Directed by Ridley Scott, House of Gucci is a biographical drama centered around the famous Gucci dynasty. Based on Sara Gay Forden’s incredibly detailed book The House of Gucci: A sensational story of murder, madness, glamor and greed, the movie House of Gucci follows Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) as she marries into the family and succumbs to her ambition to control the fashion brand. This battle for power leads to a scandalous family feud and the murder of her husband Maurizio (Adam Driver).

That House of Gucci underwent several production issues before being released. As early as 2006, Scott already owned the rights to Ford’s book and was already ready to direct its filming on screen. Various actors are rumored to star in the film, including Angelina Jolie, Leonardo DiCaprio, Penélope Cruz and Margot Robbie. Meanwhile, the Gucci family was strongly opposed to the idea, protesting against their privacy and reputation. Over the years, as House of Gucci was finally developed using the archives of the fashion house, the condition of the family remained the same. Patrizia Reggiani even went on the record and said how annoyed she was that Lady Gaga did not meet with her regarding the role – which is in direct contrast to her previous expression of admiration and joy for the singer-actress. Despite all these problems are House of Gucci is finally ready for release, but when will it be available online?

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Two weeks after the world premiere at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London, House of Gucci, which has Jared Leto in a drastic physical transformation, will hit theaters in the US on November 24th and in the UK on November 26th. House of Gucci is produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it will be available for streaming on Epix, the MGM-owned cable channel, for at least 45 days after the film’s exclusive cinema film. In that case, House of Gucci will possibly be available for streaming from January 8, 2022.

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In addition, due to Epix and Paramount Pictures’s expansion agreement, the movies licensed for streaming on Epix will also be released on Paramount +, ViacomCBS ‘streaming service. After the exclusive 90-day payment window with Epix, House of Gucci will also be available on Paramount +. The Lady Gaga-led film is likely to be on the latter from April 8, 2022. Fortunately, Paramount + is offering a free seven-day trial so more people can see its thousands of movie offerings. This Epix-Paramount + event also includes No time to die, the record-breaking Bond rate, and Confession III, Michael B. Jordan’s upcoming directorial debut.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most movies are now expected to be released immediately on streaming services. This is especially necessary as not all viewers already feel secure or have easy access to cinemas at that time. That House of Gucci is no exception, especially with all the controversy surrounding the film and the roses directed at the cast’s performance.

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