“F9: The Fast Saga” is now streaming on HBO Max. If you don’t have HBO Max, you may purchase a $15 streaming copy of the film from platforms such as Amazon Prime Video and Vudu.
“F9,” directed by Justin Lin, is the ninth chapter in the “Fast & Furious” franchise. The film stars Vin Diesel and John Cena as fighting siblings. “F9” is geared at lovers of large action stunts and is jam-packed with all of the franchise’s frenetic vehicle chases and dramatic set pieces.
“F9” also pays tribute to the late Paul Walker, who was killed in a vehicle accident in 2013. Walker starred in the first seven “Fast & Furious” films as Brian O’Conner. Read Insider’s interview with director Justin Lin for additional information on how the film honors Walker.
Watch fast and furious 9 on HBO Max?
“F9” is currently available on HBO Max and through a variety of video-on-demand vendors. HBO Max with ads costs $10 a month, while ad-free streaming costs $15 per month.
HBO Max is accessible via online browsers, mobile devices, Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, and the majority of smart TV models. Subscribers to any HBO Max package may view “F9,” as well as the whole collection of movies and episodes available on the service. Though HBO Max has several programs in 4K resolution, “F9” is only available in high-definition (HD).
If you don’t have HBO Max, you can purchase a digital copy of “F9.” Currently, you can buy the film for $15 and watch it anytime you want on Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, YouTube, Microsoft Movies, or Apple TV. Though a lower renting option was previously offered, the film is now solely available for purchase.
Standard definition (SD) to 4K UHD with high dynamic range (HDR) are available for purchase, however the price stays the same regardless of quality. For those who like to own a physical copy of the film, it is also available on Blu-ray and Ultra HD Blu-ray.
Where can I get more ‘Fast and Furious’ movies?
HBO Max is the greatest streaming service for viewing “Fast & Furious” movies online. A couple “Fast & Furious” films were free to stream with ad-supported Peacock, however they are no longer in the Peacock library.
In addition to “F9,” HBO Max subscribers get access to the first three installments:
- “The Fast and the Furious” (2001)
- “2 Fast 2 Furious” (2003)
- “The Fast & Furious: Tokyo Drift” (2006)
Additional films in the “Fast & Furious” franchise are available to rent on VOD sites such as Prime Video and Vudu