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How To Watch Every DCEU Movie Online | Screen Rant

With Wonder Woman 1984 and The Suicide Squad on the way, the DCEU will continue to evolve. Enjoy our guide for how to watch every DCEU film online.

Last Updated: May 21, 2020

The DC Extended Universe got its start only a few years ago, but there have already been several movies on the big screen - and here's how to watch every DCEU film online. Nearly seven years ago, Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel kicked off the movie franchise, with the second installment, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, officially launching the shared universe three years later.

Although the DCEU's future was somewhat murky after the release of Justice League in 2017, it doesn't seem like it's going anywhere anytime soon. In fact, there are already a number of new movies on the horizon, including Wonder Woman 1984, The Suicide Squad, and The Batman. And these movies are all coming after the massive success of James Wan’s Aquaman, starring Jason Momoa, which has now become the highest-grossing DC movie ever made. 

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There's one more DCEU movie coming this year - and three more in 2021 - and there's already much to catch up on. Eight movies - plus the standalone DC film Joker - is a lot, and since streaming services are where most people get their content nowadays, here's a quick guide on where the watch all the DCEU movies online.

Man of Steel, the movie that spawned the DCEU, can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $9.99 (Amazon Video, iTunes, FandangoNOW), or $14.99 (YouTube, Google Play, VUDU, Microsoft Store). It's also a launch title for HBO Max.

Batman V  Superman, the epic crossover, is streaming on DIRECTV (and soon HBO Max), or can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $7.99 (iTunes), $9.99 (Amazon Video, FandangoNOW), or $14.99 (YouTube, Google Play, VUDU, Microsoft Store).

Suicide Squad, the movie debut of Harley Quinn, can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $9.99 (Amazon Video, FandangoNOW, Vudu), or $14.99 (YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store). It too is a launch title for HBO Max.

Wonder Woman, one of the best DCEU movies, is streaming on DIRECTV ((and soon HBO Max), or can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $7.99 (iTunes), $9.99 (FandangoNOW), or $14.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, VUDU, Microsoft Store),

Justice League, the most controversial DCEU movie, can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $7.99 (iTunes, Amazon Video) or $9.99 (FandangoNOW, Vudu), or $14.99 (YouTube, Google Play, Microsoft Store). It's another HBO Max launch title too.

Aquaman, perhaps the most fun DCEU entry, is streaming now on HBO (and soon HBO Max), or can be rented for $3.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $9.99 (FandangoNow), or $14.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, VUDU, Microsoft Store).

Shazam!, the silliest DCEU movie to date, is streaming now on HBO (and soon HBO Max), or can be bought for $9.99 (FandangoNow), or $14.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, VUDU, Microsoft Store).

Joker, not technically a part of the DCEU but still a hit DC Films production, is streaming now on HBO (and soon HBO Max), or can be bought for $19.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store).

Birds of Prey, which saw Harley leave Joker behind, can be rented for $5.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, FandangoNOW, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or bought for $12.99 (Amazon Video, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, VUDU, Microsoft Store), or $19.99 (FandangoNOW).

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