The Kingsman franchise is known for its high action, slapstick sequences and chaotic villains – and the latest film in the series, The King’s Man, is no exception.
The prequel flick starring Ralph Fiennes was released in cinemas at the end of last year, and now we have confirmation that it will be available to stream in the UK and Ireland in just a few weeks time.
If you would like to know when you will be able to stream it, what service you will need and more, then keep on reading. We also have a guide to watching The Matrix Resurrections in the UK on HBO Max.
When is The King’s Man available to stream?
If you’re in other parts of the world and don’t want to wait to stream the film, then there is a way to watch it on Disney+ UK.
The film is on the Star library on Disney+, so ensure that you have the correct parental controls on your account to allow you to stream the film.
The King’s Man will also be available to stream in other parts of the world on Disney+. Here’s what dates it will be releasing:
- 9 February 2022: UK & Ireland, Japan, Korea
- 18 February 2022: United States (via Hulu)
- 23 February 2022: Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Portugal, Belgium, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Luxembourg
- 2 March 2022: Latin America (via Star+)
How to stream The King’s Man
To stream The King’s Man, you will need a subscription to the streaming service that is hosting the film in your country.
In the UK, this is Disney+. Subscriptions to Disney+ cost £7.99 per month and £79.90 per year, and you can sign up over on the Disney+ website.
If you’re in the US, then you’ll need a Hulu subscription. You can either get an ad-supported account for $6.99 per month and $69.99 per year, or an ad-free one for $12.99 per month.
Hulu also offers a bundle with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month.
There will be a slight wait for The King’s Man to hit Disney+ outside of the UK, Ireland, Japan and Korea. If you have Disney+ in another country though, then you can stream everything in the UK Disney+ library with the help of a VPN.
VPNs (virtual private networks) reroute your IP address so you can browse the internet as if you’re based in another country.
There are numerous VPNs that you can use for streaming, but our top choice would be NordVPN, as it offers an easy user experience and numerous servers to choose from - all for a competitive price. You can check our list of the best VPNs for streaming for further options.
Once you have signed up for your VPN of choice, connect to the server of a country that has The King’s Man available – the UK, Ireland, Japan or Korea. We successfully tried this method by using a Japanese server in the UK.
Then, simply open Disney+, sign in as normal, and then you should be able to see that country’s local library of content.
There have been reports of Disney+ cracking down on some VPN servers. If you are running into trouble, try refreshing the page, or connecting to a different server.