Every Movie on Peacock, NBCU's Streaming Service

From black-and-white classic films to modern-day blockbusters, there is something for everyone on NBCU's newly launched streaming service

By Kelsey Klemme 15 Jul, 2020 3:53 PMTags
Related: 8 Things to Know About NBCUniversal's Peacock

The next time you are in the mood for a movie marathon, Peacock has you covered!

In case you hadn't heard, NBC's new streaming service Peacock officially launched today with plenty of amazing nostalgic TV shows, movies and original, new series.

The service has an amazing line-up of films to enjoy that spans all kinds of genres and eras, guaranteeing that there is something you will love.

Peacock's library will continue to expand over time, with titles like Bridesmaids eventually set to come to the service, but starting today you can enjoy thrilling flicks like The Blair Witch Project and The Mummy.

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Every TV Show on Peacock, NBCU's Streaming Service

There are also action-packed pictures like the first three films in the Bourne franchise, or Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park.

If you are watching with the family, then you are still in luck with titles like Shrek and Kicking and Screaming to laugh along to.

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Check out the amazing movies below that you can start watching ASAP, as well as what future films will be landing at Peacock in the future.

(E! and Peacock are both a part of the NBCUniversal family.)

Tully

Charlize Theron plays Marlo, a mother of three including a newborn, who is gifted a night nanny named Tully, with whom she forms a surprising bond and friendship.

Frankenstein

This 1931 monster movie classic was based off of the 1818 novel that followed Henry Frankenstein, a scientist who creates a monster out of the body parts of corpses he has dug up.

The Mummy

Brendan Fraser stars in this 1999 action-suspense film as a treasure hunter who gets more than he was bargaining for when he and his team accidentally set loose an ancient curse in the form of a 3,000-year-old Egyptian undead priest.

The Matrix

When Neo (Keanu Reeves) feels like something is off in the world, his suspicions prove to be correct once he enters the Matrix and learns that his reality isn't real at all. The 1999 hit spawned multiple sequels, including Matrix 4 which is anticipated to release in 2022.

The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy and The Borune Ultimatum

Matt Damon stars as Jason Bourne in this action-thriller series that follows his main character, a CIA assassin who suffers from dissociative amnesia and must figure out who to trust, and who he is.

The Blair Witch Project

Revisit the OG "found footage" film that terrified everyone in 1999, when the docu-style film brought us along on a camping trip that quickly become eerie.

Shrek

Mike Meyers voices Shrek in this adorable animated comedy film that follows an ogre and his unwanted sidekick Donkey (Eddie Murphy) as they trek to save Princes Fiona in exchange for Shrek getting to keep his swamp.

You, Me and Dupree

Talk about being a third wheel! In this light-hearted comedy, Matt Dillon and Kate Hudson star as a couple excited to start their lives together...that is until Randy (Owen Wilson) comes to crash with them and starts to drive a wedge between the couple.

Kicking and Screaming

Will Ferrell stars in this comedy film as Phil Weston, an overly competitive dad who is determined to make his son's soccer team champions, regardless of their complete lack of athletic ability.

Do the Right Thing

One of Spike Lee's earliest films, Do the Right Thing, is the perfect comedy-drama film exploring race when an Italian pizzeria's wall mural becomes a touchpoint as to whether or not it should feature Black actors on it when the eatery is in a Black neighborhood.

American Psycho

Christian Bale stars in this satirical thriller that follows Patrick Bateman, a sociopath who is a high-powered businessman by day and serial killer by night.

Jurassic Park

Steven Spielberg directed this classic film that explores a world where scientists have managed to bring dinosaurs to life...which is unfortunate for the crew of visitors who find themselves at their mercy when they break out of their cages.

Movies Coming Later to Peacock

While Peacock will have plenty of great movies, such as those above, on launch day, the service will continue to add great titles over time including the Godfather triology Fast & Furious, Fast 5, Knocked Up, Bridesmaids, The Big Lebowski,  Scent of a Woman, Meatballs, The Hurt Locker, Open Water, Trolls: World Tour, and Croods 2.  

(E! and Peacock are both a part of the NBCUniversal family.)

(Originally published July 3, 2020 at 6 a.m. PT)