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The Iron Claw is now available to watch at home

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The Iron Claw is now available to watch at home via Prime Video and other digital platforms in the US.

Based on a true story, the movie, which stars Zac Efron, tells the story of the Von Erich brothers, a family of wrestlers who rose up the ranks in the world of professional wrestling during the early 1980s.

From today (February 13), the movie can be purchased for $19.99 from Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu and other digital retailers in the US.

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The Iron Claw is not yet available for digital purchase in the UK so fans will have to head to the cinema to watch. The movie was finally released in UK cinemas on February 9, 2024, almost two months after its US release on December 22, 2023.

Directed by Sean Durkin, The Iron Claw stars Jeremy Allen White, Harris Dickinson and Lily James alongside Efron.

Speaking recently about the challenges he faced when performing the role of Kevin Von Erich, Efron told Digital Spy: "Overall it was so much fun [filming]. Everybody just clicked from the get go, there was really no ego, we were all thrown into the world of wrestling with a very elite coach.

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"I think all of us were a bit taken for a ride, so naturally we had to link arms and move forward through this process that was uncomfortable and draining at times - [it] left us at our most vulnerable. And that’s really when you get to see people’s true colours.

"It was clear that these guys were just awesome individuals and really fun to work with. So our brotherly bond, it was so natural, it was something we really did not have to force, it never came up once as an issue on set. It’s just something that felt very natural for all of us."

The Iron Claw is now out in cinemas, and available for digital download in the US from Prime Video.

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