Where to watch Jurassic World: The World After?

Do you want to watch the latest Jurassic World movie entitled “The World After”? Here’s how to access it right now.

The third installment of jurassic world saga, a logical continuation of the Jurassic Park saga, was eagerly awaited. After the release of the first in 2015, followed by Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in 2018, it was normal for fans to be impatient while waiting Jurassic World: The World After. Released in theaters on June 8th, everyone had high expectations of him. However, many of you have not gone to see it at the cinema. Therefore, you certainly want to see it in streaming your house.

We have a few solutions. Indeed, for the moment, the film cannot be released on our favorite streaming platforms such as Netflix. Besides, the film cannot be broadcast on television either. At least not yet for France. On average, it takes 9 months for a film to be shown other than in the cinema. But, to date, there is 3 solutions to enjoy the movie ASAP EXCEPT illegal streaming sites. Here they are !

NB: this article is dated September 23, 2022. The information submitted may have changed depending on when you read this. In addition, we only list here the legal ways to watch the movie. Good reading.

Stream Jurassic World: The Afterlife on Peacock with a VPN

After listing the best parodies on Jurassic Park, your fan soul must want to continue the saga and therefore see the third installment of Jurassic World (i.e. the sequel to Jurassic Park). To watch Jurassic World: The World After, know that it is now possible on a foreign streaming site. On the Peacock websitethe movie is available.

But, unfortunately, not for us who are in France (for the majority of you). In fact, the Peacock service is only available in certain territories: at UKin Irelandbut also in Germanyin Austria and in Swiss. So, Swiss friends, you can enjoy it!
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Find the film on Peacock, not available without VPN:

Please note that you still have the possibility of accessing the film Jurassic World: The World After in streaming, even if you live in France. However, you will need to use a VPN for this. This technology helps protect your data when you browse the web.

But also, a VPN allows your browser to believe that you are in a country of your choice.

Thus, you can easily access films not available in France whether on Netflix and therefore on Peacock. To obtain the film in French, all you have to do is identify yourself on your VPN as being in Switzerland.

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The film will soon be available on Canal + with the subscription to the streaming offer

Another possibility to access Jurassic World: The World After: there is the option Canal +. With the subscription Canal +, you will soon be able to watch the film legally and in streaming. Nevertheless, it will be necessary to wait 6 months after its release. At the cinema in June 2022, the film should therefore be available there from the month of November 2022.

Indeed, you may not know it, but Canal + has just signed two exclusivity agreements with two studios, one of which deals with Jurassic World films. These agreements notably allow the channel to broadcast films only 6 months after their release in theaters. A record time insofar as, on average, it takes 9 months.

“These exclusive agreements are a further demonstration of the CANAL+ Group’s ability to partner with the world’s biggest players in the content industry. They come to enrich the already very rich offer in American cinema thanks to the agreements signed with the Disney, Warner and Paramount studios whose greatest hits we broadcast from 6 months after their theatrical release.has also declared the CEO of the Canal + group on this subject.

These agreements concern SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT and NBCUNIVERSAL GLOBAL DISTRIBUTION studios. So you can take advantage of “Spider-Man: No Way Home”“Uncharted”, “Bullet Train” or even “Jurassic World: The World After” or “Minions 2”.

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See Jurassic World: The World After on DVD: pre-orders already available

Despite the fact that Jurassic World: The World After would be the worst launch of the entire trilogy, you might still want to watch it to make up your mind. What could be more obvious than watch it on dvd ? In addition, it is the fastest viewing method for this movie (as far as legal viewing is concerned).

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For good reason, currently in pre-order, the blu-ray DVD of Jurassic World: The World After will soon be in your hands. According Amazon or Fnacthe DVDs will be distributed from October 19, 2022. It is therefore in a month at the time of writing these words.

Pre-ordering the film on DVD directly via FNAC:

For the pre-order of Jurassic World: The World According to AMAZON:

Jurassic World: The world after, what is the film about?

Now you know where to watch the movie, but for those who don’t know what it has in store for them, here’s a quick summary of it. The plot of this third part unfolds four years later the plot of Fallen Kingdom.

In this second film, many dinosaurs were able to be released into the wild and therefore live their best life in the human world. In “The world after”, we find the two main characters of Jurassic World, namely Claire Dearing and Owen Grady. The latter live isolated in a cabin and have taken Benjamin Lockwood’s cloned little girl under their wing. In the film, we also see Blue, the raptor drawn up by Owen. However, she has changed a lot and has even become a mother. She conceived a baby named Beta asexually.

Eventually, forced to face the biotech company Biosyn Genetics, the small group will meet many other characters already well known by fans of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World. There is in particular Franklin Webb, Barry Sembène (Omar Sy), but also the famous Ian Malcolm! We will also review the Professor Alan Grant and the Dr Ellie Sattlerseen in the early Jurassic Park movies.

Where to watch Jurassic World: The World After?