‘Those Who Wish Me Dead’: How to Watch the Angelina Jolie, Finn Little Movie Directed by ‘Yellowstone’ Creator

by Emily Morgan
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Angelina Jolie is back and heating things up in Taylor Sheridan’s highly-anticipated film, Those Who Wish Me Dead. The gripping thriller opens in theaters and on HBO Max this weekend. Here are all the details you need to watch. 

Directed by “Yellowstone” creator Taylor SheridanThose Who Wish Me Dead sees Jolie playing the role of Hannah, a veteran smokejumper. During the film, viewers will see Hannah go to great lengths to protect a young boy (played by actor Finn Little) from assassins. 

The film will debut in U.S. theaters and on HBO Max on Friday, May 14. The movie will also stream on HBO Max, at no cost to all subscribers, for one month. 

Those Who Wish Me Dead: How to Stream

New titles usually premiere on HBO Max at midnight on the West Coast. As a result, Those Who Wish Me Dead will likely premiere on HBO Max early in the morning on Friday, May 14— starting at 12 a.m. PT or 3 a.m. ET. The movie will be available for streaming any time you want for the next month.

You can also watch the film in your local theater, or you can watch it from your home with a subscription to HBO Max. 

A subscription to HBO Max will run you $14.99 a month, but you’ll also get all of HBO’s streaming library as well as the platform’s original content. You can use HBO Max on your desktop, as well as via Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Playstation 4, Samsung TV, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S devices. You can purchase an HBO Max subscription through your cable provider. However, if you’re looking for a free trial, you’re out of luck. The HBO Max free trial offer ended last year, before the release of Wonder Woman 1984 on the platform. 

For Jolie, the experience has been unlike any other role she’s ever played. The 45-year-old Oscar-winning actress recently confessed that training and learning about the dangerous job left her with a newfound respect for firefighters. 

“To explore it with the director [Taylor Sheridan] that really knows and loves this part of the world and to get to know the firefighters, the smoke jumpers, the survivalists, the people that are in this part of America and to spend time with them and try to do our best to represent them on film — just a huge amount of respect for them,” Jolie told Fox News while promoting the film. 

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