Best Florence Pugh movies (and where to stream them)

In the midst of all the drama surrounding the 2022 psychological thriller, Don’t Worry Darling, is a cast of extremely talented actors and actresses. Specifically, the one and only Florence Pugh.

Pugh, 26, may be young in age, but her acting feels as though she’s been practicing her talent for centuries, as she not only embodies each and every character in a way that is captivating and shows that she definitely did her homework but also performs in a way that doesn’t exactly feel like a performance; rather, it feels like an extension of her.

As it stands today, Florence Pugh is gearing up to be yet another timeless actress of our generation, similar to the likes of Meryl Streep, Viola Davis, and many more. This is why it’s best to begin streaming all of her best movies as soon as possible, so you, too, can understand the hype surrounding the star.

Here are all of Florence Pugh’s best films as well as where you can stream every second.

Best Florence Pugh movies

Pugh first graced the big screen with her role of Abbie Mortimer in the 2014 film The Falling alongside Game of Thrones actress Maisie Williams. Pugh’s spectacular performance as this mysterious and complex character that allowed her to exercise her acting muscle even more and sparked her love for the bustling entertainment industry, thus resulting in her becoming the stunning actress that she is today.

Without further ado, here are the best movies starring this amazing actress:

  • Lady Macbeth (2016) as Katherine – Amazon Prime Video
  • The Commuter (2018) as Gwen – Amazon Prime Video/Sling TV
  • Outlaw King (2018) as Elizabeth de Burgh – Netflix
  • Malevolent (2018) as Angela – Netflix
  • Fighting with My Family (2019) as Saraya Knight – Apple TV/YouTube Movies
  • Midsommar (2019) as Dani – Paramount+/Showtime
  • Little Women (2019) as Amy March – Hulu/Sling TV
  • Black Widow (2021) as Yelena Belova – Disney+/YouTube Movies

After you finish watching all of these titles, it may suit you to watch Don’t Worry Darling, as critics couldn’t help but rave about Pugh’s performance at the 2022 Venice International Film Festival

While you wait for the film to premiere in theaters on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022, check out the official trailer below.

There’s no need to worry about running out of films to watch this actress in because Pugh has plenty more titles on the way. Some of her upcoming projects include Puss in Boots: The Last WishDune: Part Two, The Maid, and Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer. And you can bet there are way more films on the way!

Undoubtedly, Florence Pugh is an icon, so show her your love and support by watching all of her best films!