The MCU has been churning out movies like hotcakes. Just two months after Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness premiered in May, another film — Thor: Love and Thunder — hit theaters. And now, it’s available to stream from home.
Thor: Love and Thunder sees the return of Chris Hemsworth as the hammer-toting Avenger-slash-Norse God, alongside Christian Bale, Tessa Thompson, Russell Crowe, and Natalie Portman; Taika Waititi, who reprises his role as the Kronan gladiator Korg, also directs. So far, reviewers have made note of the film’s lighthearted gags and “fast paced fun,” with one critic labeling it as an “off-kilter superhero movie that is equal parts humor and heart.”
While the MCU’s action-packed movies are typically best experienced on the big screen, it’s hard to beat the comforts of home. So how can audiences watch from their living rooms? Below, how to stream Thor: Love and Thunder.
When Will Thor: Love and Thunder Be Available To Stream?
Thor: Love and Thunder is now available to stream on Disney+. As of September 2022, basic Disney+ subscriptions start at $7.99 per month, while a bundle subscription — which includes ESPN+ and Hulu — is priced at $13.99 per month.
The film is also available for purchase on a few other VOD or PPV platforms, including Amazon Prime and Google Play, for $19.99. Presumably, it will also become available to rent on VoD platforms in the coming months.
What Are Critics Saying About Thor: Love and Thunder?
Reviews for Waititi’s second MCU directorial feature have been mixed. While some critics enjoy Waititi’s clever gags, others are just, well, gagging — and not in a good way.
Manohla Dargis review for The New York Times noted how the film is “sillier than any of its predecessors,” writing: “As the movie briefly slips into a parallel realm of play and pleasure, you can feel the director Taika Waititi having a good time — and it’s infectious.” However, in a more critical review, Vanity Fair’s Richard Lawton called Thor: Love and Thunder “the worst film yet in its long line of spectaculars,” adding: “Waititi throws a Saturday night at the Olive Garden’s worth of spaghetti at the wall, precious little of it sticking. It’s non sequitur joke after non sequitur joke, one attempt at winsome quirk after another.”
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