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Watch Luca online right now - here's how to stream the Pixar movie

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If you've been caught off-guard by the arrival of Pixar's latest movie, you're probably wondering how to watch Luca online (it's been overshadowed by a certain God of Mischief, after all). Luckily, it's easy to find no matter where you are in the world - you can stream Luca via a normal Disney Plus subscription. That's because it's exclusive to the Disney streaming service.

Are there any deals that will let you watch Luca online for less, though? Because the Disney Plus free trial no longer exists, your cheapest option would be to pick up a single month of the service for $7.99 in the US or £7.99 in the UK. If you just want to stream Luca and then bounce, you can always cancel before you're charged for the second month. Just make sure you get as much use out of it as you can ahead of leaving - there's a lot of great stuff on Disney's streaming service, including live-action Star Wars and Marvel shows.

Still a little fuzzy over what Luca's about? Basically, Pixar's new movie is a coming-of-age story featuring two kids and their summer along the Italian Riviera - but there's a fun twist. Namely, they're sea monsters pretending to be human. It's heartfelt, sweet, and truly gorgeous to look at. In fact, this might be one of Pixar's prettiest works to date.

Ready to go? Here's how to watch Luca online right away and get the best deal via a Disney Plus sign-up.

Watch Luca - US

Disney Plus | $7.99 per month
Luca is now available on Disney Plus, and it's exclusive to the streaming service (you won't find it anywhere else). The cheapest way of getting in on the action is a standard membership for $7.99 per month, but the best-value offer gets you a bundle with Disney Plus, Hulu, and ESPN Plus for $13.99 per month or $19.99p/m without Hulu ads. It's comfortably one of the best Disney Plus bundles we've seen.
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Watch Luca - Canada

Disney Plus | $11.99 per month
If you fancy watching Luca in Canada, you'll have to grab a Disney Plus membership - the film skipped theaters and is exclusive to the streaming platform. The cheapest current deal would be the normal monthly subscription, and this gives you access to everything on the service in 4K wherever possible.
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Watch Luca - UK

Disney Plus | £7.99 per month
If you're looking to stream Luca, you'll need a Disney Plus membership - the film is exclusive to the streaming service. A month's sub is the cheapest option available to you right now.
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Watch Luca - Australia

Disney Plus | $11.99 per month
You can now watch Luca online via - you've guessed it - Disney Plus. The movie is now available to stream as often as you'd like if you're a member for $11.99 per month or $12.99p/m in New Zealand.
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Other regions

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If your country has Disney Plus, you should be able to watch Luca on it - and if not, the film will probably appear soon. Don't have Disney Plus in your region? Don't worry, the House of Mouse has promised that it'll be arriving across the globe over the next year or so.
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Want more?

If you're still not convinced by Disney Plus, be sure to visit our full Disney Plus review to see how it compares to the competition. As for Luca itself, you can find our Luca review here along with our feature going inside Disney Pixar's new sun-soaked adventure with director Enrico Casarosa.

Meanwhile, anyone hoping to upgrade their setup should take a look at the best gaming TVs (available here for UK readers). It's full of recommendations for affordable or premium 4K screens, all of which will work brilliantly with your consoles, Disney Plus, and the best gaming sound system.

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