Anyone But You is now available to watch on Netflix


Anyone But You is now available to watch on Netflix

Catch Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell in this much-talked-about rom-com.

Anyone But You is now accessible to watch at home for free.

The rom-com featuring Euphoria's Sydney Sweeney and Top Gun: Maverick's Glen Powell may be accessed on US Netflix as of today (April 23), as part of a new or existing membership.

A Netflix UK release date has yet to be established, however the film is now available to rent or buy in the UK via Prime Video, iTunes and Microsoft Store. UK audiences may also buy the DVD.

Sweeney and Powell portray Bea and Ben, whose paths intersect first in a sweet coffee-shop-turned-first-date affair that ends poorly.

The two are reunited again in Australia for a mutual loved one's wedding, where they find themselves creating a phony romance in order to promote both their interests.

The supporting cast includes Barbie's Alexandra Shipp, Brothers & Sisters actress Rachel Griffiths, Secret Invasion's Dermot Mulroney, and Michelle Hurd of actress Trek: Picard fame.

Anyone But You's Rotten Tomatoes score now rests at 55%, but has fared more well with viewers, with an audience score of 87%.

The Will Gluck-directed rom-com has also fared brilliantly at the box office, collecting over $200 million internationally off a $25 million budget.

The connection between the film's two protagonists led to real-life relationship allegations between Sweeney and Powell, which the two poked fun of during Sweeney's recent Saturday Night Live performance.

Discussing Anyone But You's success, Sweeney said: "Me and my fiancé produced the movie together, and he was there the whole filming. And I just want to let everyone know that he's the guy of my dreams, and we're still together and stronger than ever."

"He even came here tonight to encourage me. Can we cut to him?," she continued, with the camera instead shifting to a smiling Powell.

"That's not my fiancé," she continued. "He's in my dressing room!"

Anyone But You is available to watch on US Netflix today and available to rent or purchase digitally in the UK via Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store and more.


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