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Will ‘Babylon’ starring Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie be on Netflix?

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Babylon is a period comedy written and helmed by Academy Award-winning director Damien Chazelle. Chazelle is well known for writing and directing movies like Whiplash and La La Land. This Golden Globe-nominated film will arrive at the theatres on December 23rd.

This film is based on the rise and fall of ambitious actors in 1920s Hollywood. Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie portray the leading roles of Jack Conrad and Nellie LaRoy. They are joined by Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Tobey Maguire, Olivia Wilde, Samara Weaving, Jeff Garlin, and many others.

Will Babylon be on Netflix?

No, the comedy will not be available on Netflix after its theatrical release. Not to worry. Netflix has plenty of movies starring Brad Pitt streaming on its platform. Examples: Legends of the Fall, Bullet Train, Moneyball, Troy, By the Sea, Snatch, etc.

But sadly, the streaming giant doesn’t carry any of Margot Robbie’s movies. Maybe Netflix will acquire the streaming rights to the talented actress’s films.

Where to stream Babylon

After the movie completes its theatrical run, it’ll most likely be streaming on Paramount+. We can assume that the streaming home would be Paramount+ since Paramount Pictures is the distributor. However, it needs to be mentioned that nothing has been set in stone, and there isn’t a release date for streaming yet.

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