Where To Watch The Whale? Discover Where To Stream It TODAY

Where To Watch The Whale? Discover Where To Stream It TODAY

Directed by Darren Aronofsky and written by Samuel D. Hunter, The Whale (2022) is a psychological drama starring Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Hong Chau, Ty Simpkins, and Samantha Morton.

Made on a minuscule budget of just $3 million dollars, the film has grossed $53 million since its cinema release on December 21st, 2022.

Fraser plays Charlie, a reclusive English teacher with morbid obesity, as he tries to restore his relationship with his teenage daughter.

With Brendan Fraser being nominated for so many awards for his performance, The Whale has attracted a lot of attention. So if you haven't seen it and want to watch The Whale, here are all the platforms you can find it in your country!

Where To Watch The Whale?

Streaming The Whale can be confusing as the movie is available on different platforms depending on which country you live in.

With a handful of exceptions, The Whale is not available as part of any streaming subscription. So if you want to stream it at home, you will have to RENT or BUY it.

United States: The Whale is available to stream in the USA on Apple TV+ or Amazon to rent and purchase.

United Kingdom: The Whale is now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

Australia: Currently you can only rent The Whale on Apple TV+, Amazon or Google.

Canada: In Canada, you can rent The Whale on Apple TV, Cineplex Store or Amazon.

Brazil: The Whale is currently available to stream in Brazil on Now Online.

Japan: The movie is not yet available on any platform in Japan.

Poland: Currently, The Whale is only on Filmy Online in Poland.

Europe: Despite some extensive research, it appears that THE WHALE is not available to stream on any platform in most European countries.

The exceptions include Spain (MoviStar Plus) and Ireland (Amazon). This will change over the next few months, so we will keep you up to date when that happens.

What Is The Whale About?

Charlie is a morbidly obese and reclusive English professor who teaches online college writing courses. Ashamed of his physical appearance, he keeps his webcam turned off.

His only friend is his nurse, Liz, who knows that he is at real risk of heart failure. But Charlie refuses to go to the hospital, worried that he would never be able to pay of the medical bills and debt.

Knowing that his life may be cut short at some point in the near future, Charlie decides to reconnect with his teenage daughter Ellie.

Also in the mix is Thomas, a missionary for the New Life Church who wants Charlie to be saved, and Mary, Charlie's ex-wife and Ellie's mother who doesn't know her daughter has been visiting Charlie.

So can Charlie put right some of the mistakes he has made? Will there be enough time to salvage a relationship with his daughter? Find out when you watch The Whale.

Is The Movie The Whale On Netflix?

At the time of writing this, The Whale is not available on Netflix. In fact, it is not available in the vast majority of countries.

This will change in the next few months but as of yet, there is no way of knowing which streaming services will have the rights to distribute it around the world.

That said, A24 who made the film, also produced Everything Everywhere All at Once which streamed exclusively on Amazon Prime Video.

So perhaps The Whale will go there when it eventually makes it to streaming platforms.

Is The Whale Based On A True Story?

The Whale is not based on a true story but is instead based on a play written by Samuel D. Hunter.

The play won the 2013 Drama Desk Award and the 2013 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play.

Hunter also wrote the screenplay for the 2022 movie.

Cast Of The Whale Movie

Brendan Fraser as Charlie

Hong Chau as Liz, a nurse who is Charlie's only friend

Sadie Sink (Stranger Things) as Ellie, Charlie's daughter

Ty Simpkins as Thomas, a Christian missionary

Samantha Morton as Mary, Charlie's ex-wife

Sathya Sridharan as Dan, a pizza delivery man

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