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How to Stream Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt’s The Fall Guy

The Fall Guy is Universal Picture’s latest action-comedy flick starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt. Loosely based on the 1981 TV show of the same title, Gosling plays Colt Seavers, a stuntman for Hollywood action star Tom Ryder (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), while Blunt plays his girlfriend Jody Moreno, a camerawoman. One day, Colt gets hurt in a nearly career-ending injury while filming a stunt and he flees, abandoning the project and Jody. A year and a half later, he is offered a role in Jody’s directorial debut, so he returns to stunt work in hopes of rekindling their romance. But when the movie’s leading actor, Tom, disappears after potentially being involved with a murder (!), Colt is tasked with a job far bigger than he signed up for.

The Fall Guy is now playing in theaters, and has already seen commercial success. According to Variety, the film made $3.5 million on Thursday alone in previews, and it’s predicted to make between $30 million and $40 million over opening weekend. So, when will you be able to stream The Fall Guy? Ahead, everything you need to know.

Is The Fall Guy streaming?

The Fall Guy will eventually be available to stream on Peacock. However, since the movie just hit theaters on Friday, May 3, it will likely be a couple of months before you can watch it from home. Per Forbes, another Universal Pictures production The Exorcist: Believer took 56 days, or approximately two months, before landing on Peacock. So, we can hopefully expect to see The Fall Guy this summer. However, since the film is poised to be a summer blockbuster, it’s also possible The Fall Guy hits streaming closer to the fall.

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