Midsommar represented another feather in the cap for upcoming writer and director Ari Aster. The film featured Oscar nominee Florence Pugh alongside Will Poulter, Jack Reynor, and William Jackson Harper.
Midsommar followed a couple that had traveled to Sweden to attend the fabled midsummer festival. The visit began well, but it soon descended into chaos thanks to the intervention of a violent and murderous pagan cult. The film was generally well-received by critics and fans, and it is definitely worth a watch.
This article will let you in on where Midsommar is available for streaming.
Will Midsommar come to Netflix US?
It is unlikely that Midsommar will come to Netflix US.
Distribution rights for the film in the US are currently held by A24 films. A24 signed a multi-year partnership deal with Apple that would see A24 produce a slate of films that would head to Apple’s Apple TV+ for streaming.
However, the deal did not preclude A24 from producing and acquiring films outside the deal. Neither did it void any deals that A24 had with other companies.
Midsommar is currently available on Netflix in Hungary.
Where is Midsommar available for streaming?
It seems that Apple didn’t have a role to play in the production of Midsommar. The film became available for streaming on Amazon Prime on 10th January 2020.
This potentially opens the door for other streaming services to try and add Midsommar to their catalogs. We will inform you if Midsommar appears on any another streaming platform.
Apple TV+ only has the director’s cut from Midsommar.
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