The Top Gun: Maverick was one of the biggest blockbusters. However, if you’re not able to go to the theater the best alternative is to stream it.
For those who love this Tom Cruise-led franchise it will take until a bit longer before they can access it at home. At present, the cult film is available to view on digital platforms like Prime Video, Vudu as well as Google Play where it’s currently priced at $19.99.
For renting the film at a less expensive price, like the $5 cost that most people pay for new movies in the streaming service, it’s not clear when the release of Top Gun: Maverick will be available in that capacity. For those who would like to view the film via Paramountplus and where it’ll be available at an upcoming date, they’ll need to wait a more.
Paramount+ hasn’t revealed when the movie Top Gun: Maverickwill be accessible to stream on its platform, however for those who haven’t yet signed up to the streaming service there’s a 5 monthly fee to join beyond the trial period of one week that is free.
Like its predecessors The Top Gun: Maverick didn’t make it to Paramount+ until 45 days after it was in theaters due in part due to its box office record-breaking success. It’s going to be an ongoing wait till Paramount+ adds the title to its library, but you can rest assured that members won’t be required to pay an additional fee to view the movie.
Keep an eye out for more information regarding The Top Gun: Maverick‘s eventual streaming debut. You can watch the show on Prime Video, Vudu, and Google Play for $19.99 anytime.