Guy Ritchie’s new movie Wrath of Man starring Jason Statham has officially arrived, and many people looking forward to seeing the film are more than curious to learn whether or not the action-packed cinematic endeavor is available on Netflix.
Ritchie is known for his gritty style with such entertaining hits in his work history such as Snatch, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Sherlock Holmes, Revolver, RocknRolla, and the live-action Aladdin flick. His latest movie, Wrath of Man, has received an A- CinemaScore and has garnered a 92% Audience score on Rotten Tomatoes, making it a must-watch affair that fans of the director, the star, and the genre need to see.
The motion picture follows Statham’s character, H, who is a cold and mysterious individual who protects cash truck and seems to be very good at stopping anyone that tries to robe them. It soon becomes clear he has hidden agenda as to the reasoning behind his vengeful motives. Along with Statham, the cast of Wrath of Man include Mindhunter’s Holt McCallany, Fargo’s Jeffrey Donovan, 30 Days of Night’s Josh Hartnett, Ray Donovan’s Eddie Marsan, Pacific Rim: Uprising’s Scott Eastwood, and Post Malone.
Whether it’s the action, story, or cast, there are a ton of reasons to check out Wrath of Man, and it’s no wonder many subscribers are eager to learn if it’s available on Netflix.
Is Wrath of Man available on Netflix?
Right now, Guy Ritchie’s Wrath of Man is not available on Netflix. It may one day make its way to the streaming service, but at this time, it is not there for subscribers to stream.
There are several other choices available that are very similar in action and plot. Titles like Extraction, The Old Guard, Point Blank, Ava, Close and more are ready for subscribers to stream now.
Where you can watch Wrath of Man
Wrath of Man isn’t anywhere to stream yet as it is only available in theaters now. It will be interesting to see where it lands when it makes its streaming debut, and many will be having their fingers crossed hoping it’s Netflix.
You can check out the trailer below:
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