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About a month after its Christmas Day debut, Ferrari is speeding into home theaters.
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Where to Stream Ferrari Online
Although its theatrical run isn’t finished, Ferrari’s distributor Neon has yet to announce which platform will be streaming the movie. However, it may likely appear on Hulu in the near future. A number of Neon films — like Portrait of a Lady on Fire, The Worst Person in the World, Parasite, Triangle of Sadness and others — are available to stream on Hulu, so Ferrari could join them soon.
In the meantime, Ferrari in 4K Ultra HD is available to buy digitally for $25 or to rent for $20 on Prime Video, Apple TV and other video-on-demand platforms. Tickets to see the film in theaters are still available at Fandango.com and elsewhere.
Where to Buy the Ferrari Book
The Ferrari movie is based on the best-selling book Enzo Ferrari: The Man and the Machine by Brock Yates. It was first published in 1991.
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Directed by Michael Mann, who spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the role that cars have played in his movies, Ferrari is set in 1957 and follows Enzo Ferrari (Driver) pushing his drivers and engineers to compete in the Mille Miglia, an open-road, motorsport endurance race that covers 1,000 miles across Italy, to save his failing company.
The film also stars Penélope Cruz, Shailene Woodley, Sarah Gadon, Gabriel Leone, Jack O’Connell, Patrick Dempsey and others. Driver is an executive producer of the movie.
Rent or purchase a digital version of Ferrari in 4K Ultra HD and watch the film’s trailer below.
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