How to watch The Little Things online wherever you are

Starring three Academy Award winners, Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto, here's how to watch The Little Things

Watch The Little Things
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From the writer and director of The Blind Side, John Lee Hancock brings you his neo-noir psychological thriller, The Little Things, starring Academy Award winners Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto. Skipping a full theatre release, find out how to watch The Little Things online no matter where you are.

Following a policemen and detective in the backdrop of LA in the 90s, Kern County Deputy Sheriff, Deke (portrayed by Denzel Washington), and Detective Baxter (Rami Malek) come to blows as they investigate and try to undercover the identity of a serial killer. 

Jared Leto plays Albert Sparma, prime suspect number one, but as Deke and Detective Baxter dig deeper, ghosts from Deke's past begin to surface. Fixating on 'the little things' that go into such a crime, Baxter is unaware of just how much Deke's disturbing secrets might disrupt the ongoing investigation.

Already hooked? Keep reading to find out how to watch The Little Things wherever you are.

Where can you watch The Little Things?

With the ongoing pandemic, Warner Bros. Pictures is once again opting for a limited theatre release, as well as dropping The Little Things on to streaming service, HBO Max in the US - a similar move which they adopted for the DC sequel, Wonder Woman 1984 back on Christmas Day. 

Of course, many of us won't feel safe making a trip to the movies. Thankfully, there are means to watch The Little Things online. Keep reading to find out exactly how.

When can you watch The Little Things?

The Little Things movie will be dropping on HBO Max on Friday, January 29

While this can differ in terms of specific timings, generally speaking new titles launch at 12.01am PST / 3.01am ET on the day of release. Essentially, then, you can expect The Little Things to be available to watch on HBO Max when you wake up on Friday morning.

How to watch The Little Things online in the US

For those sitting Stateside, watching The Little Things is easy. All you'll need is a HBO Max subscription and you're all set. Pay $14.99 a month or - for a limited time - prepay six months in advance and save 20%, coming to $69.99. This offer ends March 1.

Watch The Little Things: Where to stream outside the US

Unfortunately HBO Max is a US-only streaming service and requires an American credit card to sign-up, meaning even the use of a fantastic VPN won't allow you to bypass these substantial geo-restrictions.

For UK release, the only clue we currently have is a vague date of February 12. At this moment, then, we can only make educated guesses on what the release of The Little Things in the UK might look like. 

Taking the lead from last year's UK release of Wonder Woman 1984, following its release on HBO Max in the US, it is likely The Little Things will receive a PVOD release. That is, a premium video on-demand platform release. This usually means paying the equivalent of a cinema ticket for a 48 hour rental from the likes of Prime Video or Sky.

The same goes for Australian movie fans, with a release date of February 18, but with no further details beyond that. Unlike other countries, though, for Wonder Woman 1984, Australia was able to exclusively watch the DC Superhero movie in the cinema, with no VOD options available at all, so it may be that you get to be on the edge of your seat in an actual cinema, rather than your couch at home.

Released on the same day in Canada as the US, Canadian movie watchers looking to see what The Little Things is all about have a few options of where to watch John Lee Hancock's latest creation. Rent for 48 hours from Prime Video for $24.99. Other PVOD options include Microsoft, Cineplex Store, Apple TV, Google Play Store, and YouTube.

If you want to view it on the big screen, The Little Things is also showing in select theatres across Canada.

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Alice Marshall
eCommerce Editor

Alice is eCommerce Editor at Future, with a focus on streaming services such as Disney Plus, Hulu, and HBO Max, as well as VPN. Nowadays she looks after and writes guides and how to watch articles across TechRadar and CinemaBlend. Previously a Commercial Content Writer for Trusted Reviews, Alice has worked in the eCommerce space for over five years and over two years writing about consumer tech.