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Here's Where You Can Watch Lily-Rose Depp's Wolf At Home

There are a ton of hotly anticipated movies coming out in December of this year. There are some wild blockbusters on the horizon with the likes of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" and "The Matrix: Resurrections." You also have the prerequisite Oscar contenders starting to come out at this time, and Steven Spielberg's "West Side Story" already has a ton of buzz surrounding it. However, that's really only the tip of the iceberg. You have a ton of other options at your disposal if you're looking for something a bit off the beaten path, and for those of you who like your movies weird, you'll want to keep an eye on "Wolf."

The film follows a young boy who believes that deep down, he's a wolf. He's sent to a special facility filled with people with similar delusions, and it's here the boy meets a young girl, played by Lily-Rose Depp, who believes she's a cat. It's an eclectic-sounding film, and it's already earned praise from some critics, including Natalia Winkelman of The New York Times, who wrote, "Biancheri's imagery is consistently evocative, and her interest in how captivity affects dignity at times recalls the work of Yorgos Lanthimos."

So how can you watch one of the most intriguing films to come out of 2021?

Wolf will only be available to watch in theaters initially

2021 has been a year where audiences could enjoy a plethora of movies directly at home thanks to the advent of streaming services. Warner Bros. has released all of its new films on HBO Max in addition to theaters, while Disney has done the same thing with many of its properties. However, "Wolf" doesn't hail from either of those studios, instead being a Focus Features production. As such, you won't be able to watch it at home right away. 

If you want to see "Wolf" when it becomes available for all to see on December 3, you're going to have to go to your local cineplex to check it out. It's an exclusive theatrical release, and there's presently no word on which streaming service it will wind up on in the long run. You should be able to finally watch it at home when it becomes available for Video on Demand, where you can rent or purchase it through Amazon Prime, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, and more.

No information presently exists about when its rental date will come, but viewers who prefer watching movies at home shouldn't have to stay long. Many films have had shortened theater-to-VOD windows in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. We'd anticipate "Wolf" being available to rent starting in January or February 2022, but keep your eyes peeled for new details as they emerge.