A new comedy film titled Moving On is now out, and you’ll definitely want to see it since it stars comedic geniuses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin! So if this sounds like something you’d like to watch, read on to find out where you can see it.
After Grace and Frankie ended in 2022, fans of the beloved comedy series hoped for more collaborations with Fonda and Tomlin. Fortunately, their wishes came true because they recently starred together in the sports comedy 80 for Brady. Now everyone can watch them in Moving On.
Moving On is a movie written and helmed by Paul Weitz. It follows two estranged friends (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin) who reconnect at their mutual best friend’s funeral and decide to get revenge on their dead friend’s widower. Fonda portrays the role of Claire, while Tomlin plays Evelyn. The rest of the main cast includes Malcolm McDowell, Richard Roundtree, and Catherine Dent.
Is Moving On on Netflix?
Unfortunately, the comedy flick is not available to stream on Netflix. There’s a chance the streamer could acquire licensing rights to stream it in the future, but that’s not the case at the moment.
But if you’re looking for similar content, you could always browse Netflix’s comedy section. There are many good comedy films to check out, like Murder Mystery, Wine Country, I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry, The Wrong Missy, 21 Jump Street, Me Time and Otherhood. We also recommend watching This Is Where I Leave You, which stars Jane Fonda.
Where to watch Moving On
As of March 17, the only place where you can watch this film is at the movie theater. There are screenings available across the United States. To find out if there are screenings near you and to buy tickets, you can do so through websites such as Fandango, AMC Theatres, and Cinemark Theatres.
It’s unclear if this movie will be on a streaming service in the near future, but it will likely be available to rent and/or purchase on online video platforms such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Vudu sometime after its theater release.
Check out the official trailer down below!
Moving on is now in theaters. Will you be watching the comedy film?