One of the year’s critically acclaimed movies, Todd Field’s “TAR” is still in theaters at the moment. But for those who want to enjoy the Cate Blanchett awards contender from the comfort of their own homes over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend and beyond, there is some good news: “TAR” is currently available via on-demand providers. Here’s how to watch “TAR” online.
How to watch “TAR” online
“TAR” is now available as a digital rental or purchase via providers such as Amazon, Google Play, Vudu, and iTunes. It costs $19.99 to rent via on-demand services and $24.99 to purchase.
Is “TAR” out in movie theaters?
“TAR” debuted on October 7 following its acclaimed festival run through Venice and Telluride. A Focus Features release, “TAR” was in as many as 1,000 theaters nationwide in early November. While that number has dipped significantly in recent weeks, the movie is still out in theatrical release over Thanksgiving weekend.
Is “TAR” streaming for free?
At this time, “TAR” is not available on any streaming services. It will likely eventually wind up on Peacock, however, where other Focus Features titles like “Vengeance” and “Downton Abbey: A New Era” are currently available. (Focus is owned by NBCUniversal, a division of Comcast.)
Will “TAR” get nominated for Best Picture?
According to our odds, “TAR” is in a prime position to land multiple Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Actress for Blanchett. She’s the current front-runner to win in the Oscar category, which would give her three Oscars (including two for Best Actress).
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