Elvis, a biographical drama about the life of Elvis Presley, is set to release in theaters in June 2022. Directed by Baz Luhrmann, the film stars Austin Butler as Elvis Presley, Tom Hanks as his manager, Colonel Tom Parker, and Olivia DeJonge as Priscilla Presley.

If you’re interested in watching Elvis, you’re probably wondering where you can stream it online and how much it will cost. As of now, the film is not available for streaming on any platform as it is only set to release in theaters. However, once it becomes available, there are a few different options to consider.

One option is to rent or buy the digital version of the film through platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, iTunes, or Vudu. Renting the movie usually costs around $5-$7, while purchasing it can cost around $15-$20. Keep in mind that the availability of the film on these platforms may vary depending on your location.

Another option is to subscribe to a streaming service that may eventually add Elvis to their library. While it’s impossible to predict which service may acquire the rights to the movie, services like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max have a track record of adding high-profile movies to their lineup. A subscription to these services typically costs around $9-$15 per month, depending on the plan you choose.

Finally, if you prefer to watch movies in a physical format, you can purchase a DVD or Blu-ray of Elvis once it becomes available. These can be found on online marketplaces such as Amazon or at your local movie store. The prices for physical copies can range from $20-$30.