Is Don’t Worry Darling on Netflix? (where to see)

There’s a lot of fuss surrounding director Olivia Wilde’s don’t worry darlingand several Netflix subscribers are probably wondering if they can enjoy the fascinating film starring actress Florence Pugh.

Pugh has been a powerhouse on the big screen, and she’s showing little sign of slowing down. The actress wowed audiences in films such as midsummer and Black widow. She will once again play Yelena Belova in the upcoming MCU thunderbolts movie, but before that happens, she’s garnered a lot of credit for her role in don’t worry darling.

The intriguing feature film stars Pugh as a 1950s housewife who begins to believe something is wrong in the experimental suburban utopia she lives in with her workaholic husband Jack Chambers, portrayed by Harry Styles. It also stars Chris Pine, who The New Yorker dubbed “the best in the movie”. Also in the mix are Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll, KiKi Layne and Olivia Wilde herself.

The screenplay was written by Katie Silberman based on a story written by herself, Cary Van Dyke and Shane Van Dyke. don’t worry darling has a running time of 123 minutes and would definitely be a great option for a movie night if it was on Netflix.

Is Don’t Worry Darling available on Netflix?

In fact, it would be ideal to experience the fascinating film with an all-star cast from start to finish on the streamer. But that won’t happen because don’t worry darling isn’t an option on Netflix, and it’s unclear if it’ll ever have a spot in the streamer’s lineup.

Luckily, subscribers have plenty of choices when it comes to thought-provoking psychological thriller movies. Some of the options ready to stream on Netflix include Spiderhead, Bird Box, The Perfection, and oxygen.

For now, don’t worry darling only available in cinemas. You can check out the trailer below:

will you watch don’t worry darling? Is Don’t Worry Darling on Netflix? (where to see)

Aila Slisco

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