Steven Spielberg’s new semi-autobiographical film, The Fabelmans, won best picture (drama) at the 2023 Golden Globes and is nominated for best picture at the 2023 Oscars. With numerous honors and an impressive amount of Oscar buzz, you won’t want to miss out on watching Spielberg’s latest movie. Expected to hit Peacock later this year, The Fabelman’s is now available to buy or rent online.
Loosely based on Spielberg’s own upbringing, The Fabelmans follows Sammy, a young boy who falls in love with the art of filmmaking after his family takes him to see The Greatest Show on Earth. Gabriel LaBelle stars alongside Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen and Judd Hirsch.
“It was beautiful,” Dano told ET of the filming experience. “When the captain of the ship is willing to be that open and vulnerable and naked with us, it only invites us to do the same back to him.”
“Steven had opened his heart to us,” Williams, who plays Sammy’s mother, told ET. “And then we opened our hearts to him.”
Ahead of the 95th Academy Awards on March 12, here’s how you can watch Spielberg’s most vulnerable movie yet from the comfort of your own home.
How to watch The Fabelmans online
Steven Spielberg’s highly personal coming-of-age story is currently available to rent for $6 on Prime Video or purchase for $20 on Apple TV and Vudu.
Is The Fabelmans streaming anywhere?
The Fabelmans is distributed by Universal Pictures, meaning when it does become available to stream, it will likely be streaming on Peacock. No streaming release date for The Fabelmans has been set yet.
In the meantime, plenty of other big movies of the year are currently streaming on Peacock, including Jordan Peele’s Nope and the Billy Eichner rom-com, Bros.
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