Netflix is one of the most popular streaming services in the world, and it boasts an impressive collection of films and TV shows. However, one movie that is not available on Netflix is Zero Dark Thirty. The critically acclaimed film, released in 2012, follows the decade long mission to find Osama bin Laden and the eventual raid that led to his death.
The film was directed by Kathryn Bigelow and written by Mark Boal, both of whom had previously collaborated on The Hurt Locker (2009). It stars Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Kyle Chandler, Mark Strong and Chris Pratt. Zero Dark Thirty was a critical success, receiving five Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay (Boal), Best Actress (Chastain), Best Editing (William Goldenberg) and Best Sound Editing (Paul N.J. Ottosson).
Despite its acclaim and awards recognition, Zero Dark Thirty does not appear on Netflix. This could be for a number of reasons; for example, the rights to stream the movie may have been sold to another company or Netflix may simply not have acquired them yet.
So why isn’t Zero Dark Thirty available on Netflix? The answer isn’t clear but it could be due to licensing issues or lack of interest from Netflix. It’s possible that Netflix may eventually acquire the rights to stream the movie but as of now it’s not available on their platform.
Netflix does not currently have Zero Dark Thirty in its library although there may be hope that they will acquire the rights in future. The reason why it isn’t currently available is unclear but could be down to licensing issues or lack of interest from Netflix.