Where Can You Watch 'Ant-Man' Online? There's Plenty Of Paul Rudd To Tide You Over Until The Movie's Available To Stream

Ant-Man surprised a lot of people when it hit theaters in July. Not because it was a Marvel movie about a hero not many people had heard of, but because it was actually good. Despite having some behind-the-scenes drama, the Paul Rudd-starring superhero film managed to become a hit both critically and financially. In fact, Ant-Man was so much fun, fans want to watch it again. Right now. From the comfort of their own home. So, where can you watch Ant-Man online?

Unfortunately, Ant-Man isn't available yet for streaming (it's still pulling in decent money in theaters, actually). The movie is available for pre-order at a number of streaming outlets like Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu, but no date has been given yet as to when the actual movie will arrive. Marvel just announced that Avengers: Age of Ultron, which was released in theaters about two months before Ant-Man, will be digitally released on Sept. 8. Following this logic, you can expect Ant-Man to be online sometime in November, just in time for the holidays. As for Netflix, it will probably be over a year until Ant-Man makes his way onto the ubiquitous streaming service; that's how long the first Avengers took, anyway. So what are fans supposed to do in the meantime?

A big reason Ant-Man was so good was because of Paul Rudd. Rudd was his usual funny and charming self in the movie, and his casting helped save what could have been a disaster. Paul Rudd is awesome in everything he's in, and luckily there are plenty of places to see him online to pass the time until Ant-Man arrives.

Wet Hot American Summer And First Day Of Camp

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The cult classic comedy features an abundance of stars before they were famous, but even among all the star power Rudd stands out. That remains the case in the eight-episode Netflix original series spinoff, which debuted last month.

Where to watch: Netflix.

They Came Together

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Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler tear apart romantic comedy tropes in this parody from Wet Hot American Summer director David Wain.

Where to watch: Netflix and Amazon Prime.

The Cider House Rules

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Before he became a comedy star (or superhero), Rudd was trying to find his voice in all kinds of movie genres. This Oscar-winning drama was one of his best non-comic efforts.

Where to watch: Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Clueless

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The movie that put Rudd on the map for a lot of people, it's still as funny today as it was 20 years ago. Plus, Rudd still looks exactly the same.

Where to watch: Netflix.

Anchorman 2

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Although it isn't nearly as good as the original, it's still fun to see Rudd return to his goofiest role. Plus, the super-sized version features 763 new jokes. Some of those have got to land, right?

Where to watch: Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Prince Avalanche

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Just because he's a big star now doesn't mean Rudd can't star in an indie comedy drama like this one from 2013. Also, he rocks a sweet mustache in it.

Where to watch: Netflix.

Runaway Daughters

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Want to see a pre-Clueless Paul Rudd romance a pre-Modern Family Julie Bowen in a 1950s setting? You can in this 1994 movie that originally aired on Showtime!

Where to watch: Netflix.

Reno 911!: Miami

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Rudd made some guest appearances on the show, so it made sense for him to pop up in the incredibly-named movie from the semi-improvised cop troupe.

Where to watch: HBO Now.

The 40-Year-Old Virgin

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One of the funniest movies of all time, this film is one of the many stellar collaborations between Rudd and Judd Apatow.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime.

Bonus: Hudson Valley Ballers

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Did you know Paul Rudd is in a web series? It's true! He's made multiple appearance in this series from longtime SNL writer Paula Pell, and it streams for free on Lorne Michaels' comedy network, Above Average.

Until Ant-Man comes online, there's plenty of Paul Rudd to watch to keep fans satisfied.