Where to watch Creed (2015)?: Online Streaming
Creed is a 2015 sports drama film directed by Ryan Coogler and starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, and Tessa Thompson. The movie serves as both a sequel and a spin-off of the Rocky film series and follows the journey of Adonis Johnson, the son of the late Apollo Creed, as he pursues his own boxing career with the help of Rocky Balboa.
Where to Watch Online “Creed”
Creed is available to watch online on various streaming platforms. One of the most popular options is Amazon Prime Video, where you can rent or purchase the movie in both standard and high definition. Other streaming services that offer the movie for rent or purchase include Google Play, Apple TV, and YouTube. For those who prefer subscription-based services, Creed can be watched on Hulu with a premium subscription. HBO Max also offers the movie as part of their movie collection.
The pricing of Creed varies depending on the streaming platform you choose. Renting the movie on Amazon Prime Video costs $3.99 for standard definition and $4.99 for high definition. Purchasing the movie costs $9.99 for standard definition and $14.99 for high definition. Similarly, Google Play and Apple TV offer the movie for rent at $3.99 for standard definition and $4.99 for high definition, and for purchase at $9.99 for standard definition and $14.99 for high definition. YouTube also offers the same pricing options.
For those who prefer subscription-based services, Hulu offers the movie with a premium subscription for $11.99/month. HBO Max offers the movie as part of their movie collection, which costs $14.99/month.
The quality of the movie depends on the streaming platform you choose and the pricing option you select. Renting or purchasing the movie in high definition offers better picture quality than standard definition. Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Apple TV, and YouTube all offer the movie in both standard and high definition. Hulu offers the movie in high definition with a premium subscription. HBO Max offers the movie in 4K Ultra HD, which offers the highest picture quality available.