Once Upon A Time in Hollywood is proving to be a box office smash, taking £93million globally to date, despite being on in the UK since Wednesday. It looks likely Once Upon A Time in Hollywood will challenge Tarantino’s previous successes, including 2013’s Django Unchained and 1994’s Pulp Fiction, which was an Oscar winner for its screenplay. Despite its mega box office, some prefer to watch their films curled up on the sofa rather than schlepping to the cinema.
While nothing has officially been confirmed, most of Tarantino’s films are available on iTunes and some streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The film is distributed by Sony Pictures, who have put others of their releases on streaming services (such as Spider-Man: Homecoming).
There is no timeline or confirmation at present about if and when Once Upon A Time in Hollywood will be available to download.
However, most films take at least three months to come out on DVD and download, meaning the earliest we can expect to see Once Upon A Time in Hollywood out would be October, after its July release in the USA.