Directed and co-produced by Luca Guadagnino and starring Timothée Chalamet, Taylor Russell, and Mark Rylance, the coming-of-age cannibal road thriller ‘Bones and All’ have been released in the USA this Friday and same as expectations, it has received mostly positive reviews from the audience and critics, especially for its direction, cast’s performance, and cinematography; that’s well watch for romantic road thriller viewers.
But for the time being, it is available only in theaters while there is a lot of buzz about the film in the OTT audience as well, and talking about the OTT audience, a massive amount of users are expecting ‘Bones and All’ to be streaming on HBO Max. So, will it go for streaming on HBO Max?
Is Bones and All on HBO Max?
Sadly, no, Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Bones and All’ will never be streaming on HBO Max in the USA after its theatrical release due to streaming rights. Even though Warner Bros Pictures is one of the distribution partners of the film, Warner Bros only has the rights for the United Kingdom and not the USA (it’s under Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer). So, it means that ‘Bones and All’ will not go on HBO Max for streaming in the USA, but on the other hand, as a UK distributor, it will be available to stream on Warner Bros’ HBO Max in the UK after its theatrical release.
If talking about USA streaming of ‘Bones and All’, for now, ‘Bones and All’ will never be going streaming in the USA after its theatrical release because Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer does not have a streaming partner. There is only one way to watch the film digitally, and that is to rent or buy it on Amazon Prime, Vudu, Youtube, Itunes, Redbox, and Google Play Movies at $3.99-19.99, because the film will be available digitally only in these versions in the USA.