Barbie release date — here's when you can stream it on Max

 Margot Robbie as Barbie in the Barbie movie.
Margot Robbie as Barbie in the Barbie movie.

Barbies, Kens, Allans and everyone else: you can officially stream Barbie online on Max. It's officially arrived on the streaming service soon, alongside a version of Barbie with ASL (American Sign Language).

A lot of people watched Barbie in theaters, boosting it into the billion-dollar movie club. The joyful communal movie-watching experience of Barbie is practically second to none.

That said, plenty of movie lovers may have been unable to get to the theater. And a good percentage of those who did get to see it will want to view it again via streaming. Fortunately for all, Barbie is now available to stream. Here's everything you need to know.

When will Barbie stream on Max?

(L-r) RYAN GOSLING as Ken and MARGOT ROBBIE as Barbie in’ “BARBIE,”
(L-r) RYAN GOSLING as Ken and MARGOT ROBBIE as Barbie in’ “BARBIE,”

Barbie is streaming now on Max.

And that's not all! Barbie with ASL, which is the hit blockbuster film interpreted in American Sign Language (ASL), is also available to stream on Max.

How to stream the Barbie movie on Amazon

If you don't want to sign up for Max, or maybe just want to own a copy of the hit summer blockbuster for yourself, you have some options. The Barbie movie is available for purchase on Amazon in four formats.

Barbie digital release extras

Barbie's digital release will include over 30 minutes of bonus content, including the following featurettes: “Welcome to Barbie Land,” “Becoming Barbie,” “Playing Dress-Up,” “Musical Make Believe,” “All-Star Barbie Party,” and “It’s A Weird World."

Barbie with ASL details

Barbie with ASL has also been released on Max. Grounded in research and feedback from the Deaf community, as well as counsel from community leaders, Barbie with ASL was produced for Max featuring ASL performer Leila Hanaumi (Deaf Austin Theatre’s The Laramie Project, ASL cover for Tove Lo in “True Romance” music video). This level of accessibility for deaf viewers is a massive upgrade over the typical subtitles, and it would be incredible if Barbie's ASL version sets a trend for blockbuster movies going forward.

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