In the Heights couldn't quite translate strong reviews into a big US opening, but now it's finally out in the UK, perhaps that can all change.
The movie version of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes' stage musical is set in Washington Heights and follows bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos) as he saves every penny he can in the hope of a better life.
UK fans of the musical have had to wait for it, but In the Heights is now out in UK cinemas. If you're in the mood for a big-screen musical and you're wondering how you can watch it, we're here to help.
How to watch In the Heights in the UK
In the Heights is finally out in UK cinemas so you can finally see why it's being called the "electrifying" movie we all need right now.
Unfortunately, if you're hoping it'll get a home release at the same time like Godzilla vs Kong and Mortal Kombat, it won't be for the time being. Like The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, the movie is exclusively being released in cinemas.
But with cinemas now reopened in the UK (and hopefully never to close again), you can dance your way to your local cinema to watch it right now.
How to watch In the Heights in the US
In the Heights is out now in US cinemas, but if you'd rather watch it at home, you can do just that on HBO Max from the comfort of your own home.
However, HBO Max is currently not available in the UK or other countries outside of the US. If you're in the US though and aren't a subscriber to HBO Max, you can sign up for $14.99 a month.
Don't wait around too long though as the movie will only be available to watch on HBO Max for 31 days from its theatrical release (June 10). It'll then be taken off the streaming service, before returning at a later date.
You can also watch In the Heights for free if you add HBO Max to your Hulu subscription, giving you a seven-day free trial to HBO Max. It will cost $14.99 a month after your trial is up.
In the Heights is out now in cinemas and also available to watch on HBO Max in the US.
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