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Cocaine Bear roared into theaters in February and the titular character made a tame appearance at the Oscars in March – and now the bizarre action comedy is ready to take over home theaters. The adventure movie about a bear fueled by drugs is available to stream Peacock and will be out on disc tomorrow.
Directed by Elisabeth Banks, Cocaine Bear was inspired by the true story of a 175-pound black bear found in Georgia’s forests in 1985 surrounded by 40 open containers of smuggled cocaine. But that’s as far as facts go when it comes to the fictional R-rated movie, which used CGI to create the 500-pound black bear. The cast includes Keri Russell, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Christian Convery, Alden Ehrenreich, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and the late Ray Liotta (in one of his last roles).
The bear already has its own line of official merchandise, while 12-year-old star Brooklynn Prince has independently created her first comic book.
Find out where to look Cocaine Bear below online.
Where to look Cocaine Bear Online
Cocaine Bear is available to stream on Peacock, which costs $5 per month for the ad-supported Premium plan or $10 per month for the ad-free Premium Plus tier. (Save 17 percent with annual billing, $50 or $100, respectively.)
Both packages include next-day access to NBC and Bravo series, over 80,000 hours of TV episodes and movies (including Poker face, Belair, That 1970s show, M3GAN and Oscar-nominated film tar), over 50 channels and live sports (including MLB Sunday Leadoff, Premier League, Sunday Night Football and WWE). However, only the Premium Plus subscribers can watch their local NBC channel live, download selected titles for later offline viewing, and enjoy an ad-free experience.
New Peacock subscribers can watch Cocaine Bear free with a seven-day free trial. Through June 26, the streamer’s Premium package is also included for free for Xfinity Flex and X1 customers with Internet or Digital Starter TV subscriptions or similar subscriptions. Read more here.
If you prefer to own the film, you can buy it digitally on Prime Video, itunes And redbox. The film will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on Tuesday, and you can pre-order it now with up to 10 percent off Amazon.