TOM Holland's latest flick 'Chaos Walking' is now available to watch exclusively on Amazon Prime for as little as £3.49.

The 24-year-old London born actor has had a stellar start to 2021, with Chaos Walking already his second film of the year following the release of his dramatic depiction of a soldier struggling with PTSD in 'Cherry', which hit screens in March via Apple TV+.

How to watch Chaos Walking in the UK

The film was originally intended for cinematic release but given the closure of cinemas across the UK in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Lionsgate – the production company behind the flick, have opted to make Chaos Walking available to watch from the comfort of your home.

From Friday April 2, the film will become available to rent on Amazon Prime for its UK audience for a price of £3.49.

Alternatively, given the news surrounding the impending opening of cinema's, the film's producers have also ensured Chaos Walking will be shown in theatres across the UK if you would rather hold out and soak up the entire viewing experience in front of the big screen.

How to watch Chaos Walking in the U.S.

The film has already been out and available to watch stateside for a month, hitting screens across the pond on March 5.

It is has been uploaded to the same streaming services as it has in the UK, including Amazon Prime.

The opening month of its release has been one of mixed reviews in terms of viewer reaction, with fans scoring the flick a fairly average 5.7 out of 10 on IMDb.

Chaos Walking

Chaos Walking is unlike any of Holland's previous work, the Sci-Fi/Thriller places Holland's character (Todd) in some form of dystopian world where women do not exist, while every living creature can see and hear the thoughts of others via images, words and noise.

Holland is not the only A-lister on the cast, he features alongside Star Wars' Daisy Ridley, while Doug Liman occupies the director's chair. Liman is best known for his work on The Bourne Identity and the Edge of Tomorrow.

Chaos Walking is based on Patrick Ness' book of the same name, the book is the first in a trilogy, which inevitably opens the door for speculation surrounding whether there may be more movies from this cast yet to come.

The movie has already received adulation from film critics, with Chaos Walking already nominated for two 'Scream' awards, including Best Science Fiction Movie.

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