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While much of the spotlight may be on explosive blockbusters, it’s not enough to distract from the impressive string of delightful animated movies we’ve had in 2022.

Lightyear, The Sea Beast, The Bad Guys, Turning Red, and more have delighted audiences. One of the more recent efforts to prompt a sea of smiles, on the other hand, is Luck.

Directed by Peggy Holmes, the fantasy comedy was produced by Skydance Animation and boasts a star-studded voice cast to treasure. However, you can’t exactly treasure a film until you know where to find it.

So, here’s where to watch the 2022 movie Luck on streaming.

Luck | Apple TV+ | Skydance Animation

Where to watch 2022 movie Luck on streaming

Luck is streaming exclusively on Apple TV+ but it is also in select theaters.

If you’d rather catch it on the big screen, check for showtimes local to you on Fandango.

The movie was released on Friday, August 5, 2022 and invites viewers into the world of Sam Greenfield, the unluckiest person in the world. However, things change drastically when Sam herself is plunged into the mysterious world of good and bad luck.

Accompanied by a host of magical creatures, she embarks on a journey to discover a powerful force. It’s one adults and children alike will be able to enjoy, perfect for a family movie night on the sofa or a trip to the cinema.

Who is in the Luck voice cast?

You can check out the central voice cast and their respective roles below:

  • Eva Noblezada as Sam Greenfield
  • Simon Pegg as Bob
  • Jane Fonda as Babe the Dragon
  • Whoopi Goldberg as The Captain
  • Flula Borg as Jeff
  • Lil Rel Howery as Marv
  • Colin O’Donoghue as Gerry
  • John Ratzenberger as Rootie
  • Adelynn Spoon as Hazel

Luck | Official Trailer | Apple TV+



Luck | Official Trailer | Apple TV+





‘This is a movie about hope’

Whoopi Goldberg recently sat down with Screenrant and was asked what it means to offer audiences a message of perseverance in the face of troubled times:

“What this movie does is, it showed us if we’re present, we can actually see the good in what looks like a terrible thing. How do we take that out and hone it, and hold on to the good? This is a movie about hope, and change, and laughter, and family, and who is family, and what does family look like.”

She continued: “Who knows who any of us are, really, at our core? Most of us I think are fairly decent people. There are some not-so-decent people but I think most of us are trying at least to be decent. And that’s what the movie says. You do your best. Just try. You might see the lucky penny if you’re open to it.”

Luck is streaming on Apple TV+ and is also in theaters.

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