Eddie Huang’s Boogie is arriving on our screens on March 5th but is the 2021 movie on Netflix? Where is Boogie available to watch?

Boogie is the directorial debut of Eddie Huang of Fresh Off the Boat fame and it’s safe to say there’s a lot of anticipated surrounding the film’s release.

Despite the ongoing pandemic causing a number of release delays, Boogie is set to arrive on our screens on March 5th, 2021.

But where is Boogie available to watch? Is Boogie on Netflix or another streaming service?

BOOGIE – Official Trailer – In Theaters March 5

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Boogie

Boogie arrives on screens on March 5th, 2021.

Directed by Eddie Huang – his directorial debut, the film tells the coming-of-age story of Alfred “Boogie” Chin.

Boogie is a rising star in the world of basketball and one day hopes to play in the NBA but his life in Queens, New York is not an easy one as he must balance the pressures of his parents’ expectations, new girlfriend, high school classes and on-court rivalries to make his dream a reality.

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Is Boogie on Netflix?

  • No, Boogie is not available to stream on Netflix.

In fact, the film is not currently available on any of the major streaming services including Amazon Prime Video, Hulu or HBO Max.

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Where to watch Boogie

  • In the US and Canada, Boogie will be available exclusively in theaters from March 5th, 2021.

That’s right, if you want to see Eddie Huang’s directorial debut, you’ll have to venture out to the theater to watch it.

Elsewhere in the world, Boogie has not currently been given a release date.

Thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, cinemas in many countries have been forced to remain closed with films releasing online instead.

For international viewers, an online streaming option would make sense but at the time of writing, Boogie isn’t slated to be released online.

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Boogie is out now in US theaters after releasing on March 5th, 2021.

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