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Here's Where You Can Watch House Of Gucci At Home

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, which means it's almost time for the long-awaited theatrical release of Ridley Scott's "House of Gucci." The star-studded film tells the story of Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), a woman who marries into the Gucci family through her husband, Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver). The film, based on the nonfiction book "The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed" by Sara Gay Forden, is an in-depth look into Patrizia's pushback on the Gucci family legacy, the breakdown of her marriage to Maurizio, and her ultimate plot of hiring a hitman to kill her ex-husband. 

"House of Gucci" has gotten a lot of buzz, because of its illustrious story of a wealthy family portrayed by a well-known cast. Alongside Driver and Gaga, the film stars Jared Leto, Salma Hayek, Al Pacino, Jeremy Irons, and more. While the film has a theatrical release date of November 24, many homebodies are probably curious when and how they can watch Scott's latest film without having to go to the theaters to do so. 

House Of Gucci might take awhile to hit streaming

Unlike some production companies that have, in recent years, simultaneously released films in theaters and on streaming, "House of Gucci" won't be following the same model. The film will eventually be available to stream on Paramount+, as the film company Epix has an output deal with Paramount Pictures (via Variety). No date has been confirmed, but it likely won't show up on streaming services until at least 45 days after its theatrical debut, putting it off until at least 2022. The 45 days is half of the traditional 90-day theater exclusivity that was standard prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, as for other methods of viewing, such as purchasing the film through a service like Amazon Prime Video, there has yet to be an announcement of when that will become available. 

With all of the Oscar buzz surrounding "House of Gucci," it's not a total shock that there's a push for people to go to theaters to see it, as was typical during the pre-pandemic days of cinema. However, many movie buffs have gotten used to being able to watch new releases at home, so the box office numbers for the opening weekend of "House of Gucci" will be a determining factor whether the hype was enough. This is especially considering the early critical reviews are a bit mixed, which could make some people wary of putting forth the effort to see the film in theaters.