If you're determined to save money by watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens at home through a streaming service... well, you'd better live in the True North Strong and Free. Netflix tells Variety that the timing of its Disney deals will only let it stream the new Star Wars flick in Canada, starting eight months after it leaves theaters. You see, the service's Canadian Disney agreement covers movies released in 2015 onward, which includes The Force Awakens -- in the US, you're stuck with movies debuting in 2016 or later. We certainly wouldn't expect UK availability via Disney's own streaming service, but The Force Awakens will hit Sky as soon as it's finished airing in cinemas.
The one consolation if you aren't Canadian? You might not have to watch Clone Wars on repeat to get that Star Wars fix before Rogue One and future titles (possibly) show up. Netflix content chief Ted Sarandos mentioned talks to add the franchise's previous movies when discussing his company's latest earnings. There could still be a gaping Force Awakens-sized hole in the catalog, but you hopefully won't have to buy or rent the rest of the series just to watch it in digital form.
[Thanks, Ken and Kristy]