Oppenheimer gets disappointing Peacock release update

Oppenheimer in theaters July 21, 2023© Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.
Oppenheimer in theaters July 21, 2023© Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. /

Ready to re-watch Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer from the comfort of your own home? Well, unfortunately, that won’t be happening as soon as we’d like. Here’s what we know about the movie’s streaming release date on Peacock and when it’ll arrive.

At this time, Oppenheimer is only playing in theaters. To watch the movie, starring Cillian Murphy and Florence Pugh, you’ll need to head to the big screen. But whether you’re already seen it or are waiting for the streaming release, it’s good to know when to expect it. However, keeping up with release dates can be a headache — there are just too many streaming platforms these days! Luckily, we’re here to help.

The latest Oppenheimer Peacock release update

The line-up for new content coming to Peacock in the month of September 2023 is out! We searched and searched, but Oppenheimer is not on the list! Don’t get me wrong, there are some great movies (and shows) arriving to the streamer this month, but Oppenheimer is not one of these movies.

When will Oppenheimer stream on Peacock?

At the very least, we know that the movie will land on Peacock after it leaves theaters since it is a Universal Pictures production, which owns NBCUniversal’s Peacock. Typically, Universal movies arrive on streaming 45 days after its theater release date. So, for this movie, the date would be set at Sept. 4. Sadly, that’s not the case! The streaming release for this movie is different. Instead of following the 45-day window, the movie will be in theaters for about 100 days. This means we won’t see the movie available to stream until about late November.

Keep checking back! As soon as we have an update or official release date, we’ll rush back to this post to update! Which movie are you the most excited to watch again on streaming? It’s Oppenheimer and Barbie for me.

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