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Halloween Ends has arrived to bring an ending to the epic Laurie Strode vs Michael Myers saga that started 44 years ago.
The new movie also marks Jamie Lee Curtis’s final outing as Laurie (well, for now, anyway) as Laurie attempts to move on from the death of her daughter in Halloween Kills. Michael is never far from her mind though, so an inevitable showdown beckons…
If you want to find out how it all unfolds, we’re here to help with all the details about how you can watch Halloween Ends in the UK and US.
How to watch Halloween Ends in the UK
Halloween Ends is available to watch right now in cinemas, so if you want to see how the Laurie and Michael saga ends, head to your favourite cinema to see it play out.
However, that is the only way you’ll be able to see the movie right now in the UK as it hasn’t received a simultaneous digital release. Like recent Universal offerings such as Nope and Beast, it’s getting an exclusive theatrical release.
It will eventually get a premium video-on-demand release in the UK, but if we use Nope as an example, Nope was available to rent 46 days after its cinema release. A similar timeline would mean Halloween Ends will be available to rent from Monday, November 28.
There’s a chance it could be earlier as Beast was available to rent at home around a month after its cinema release, but we’re only speculating for now. The only way to guarantee avoiding spoilers is to head to the cinema.
How to watch Halloween Ends in the US
We’ve got better news for you if you’re in the US as Halloween Ends is available to watch at the cinema and in your own home on Peacock.
Like Halloween Kills, the new movie has received a simultaneous streaming release and is available to watch right now for Peacock Premium subscribers at no extra cost. If you’re not signed up and you’re in the US, it costs $4.99 a month to sign up.
You can also pay $9.99 a month for an ad-free version of Peacock.
While Peacock is now available in the UK through Sky and NOW, Halloween Ends is not available to watch on Peacock in the UK. The offerings between the US and UK versions differ, and this is unfortunately the case here.
Halloween Ends is out now in cinemas, and is also available to watch on Peacock in the US.