Monday arrives on US screens on April 16th, 2021 where is the Sebastian Stan movie available to watch? Is Monday on Netflix, Amazon Prime or HBO Max?

Thanks to a certain pandemic, movie releases have been hugely affected over the past year with many films moving online.

Despite cinema closures in many countries around the world, new releases have come thick and fast and Sebastian Stan’s latest film, Monday, is now upon us.

But just where will fans be able to watch Monday? Is the film going to be on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max or Hulu?

Monday

Monday arrives on screens in the US on Friday, April 16th, 2021.

Starring Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough, Monday tells the story of Mickey and Chloe, two Americans who are living the high-life in Athens.

The pair meet during a Friday night party and a whirlwind weekend romance ensues but the inevitable reality of Monday morning threatens to end their fiery love affair.

IFC Films

Is Monday on Netflix, Amazon or another streaming site?

  • No, Monday is not available as part of a standard streaming subscription.

That means the Sebastian Stan-starring movie will not be on Netflix, Amazon Prime’s standard subscription, HBO Max or Hulu.

IFC Films

Where to watch Monday

  • Monday will be available in theaters and on digital VOD stores when it releases in the US on April 16th, 2021.

That’s right, if you want to check out Sebastian Stan’s latest film you’ll either have to venture out to the cinema or rent the movie online.

If you’d rather watch Monday from the comfort of your own home, it will be available on a range of digital stores in the US including Amazon Prime Video (not part of the standard subscription), Apple TV and Google Play among others.

Outside of the US, film fans may have to wait a little longer to see Monday as no international release dates have been announced at the time of writing.

Monday will be available to watch in theaters and on digital VOD stores when it releases in the US on April 16th, 2021.

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