The Austin Powers trilogy has been delighting audiences for decades now, and here’s where the Mike Myers comedy movies can be found online.
Here’s where to watch the Austin Powers movies online, including whether they’re on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime. The success of the Wayne’s World movies made Mike Myers a major comedy star in the ’90s, though he took a break from movies for around four years following Wayne’s World 2. He returned with 1997’s Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, a spy comedy that parodied the James Bond franchise and other ’60s spy films. Austin Powers was more of a slow burn than an outright hit, but strong word of mouth saw to it that the movie was huge on VHS and DVD.
The title character was a full-blown icon by the time he returned for Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me in 1999. The sequel refined what worked about the original and introduced fan-favorite characters like Verne Troyer’s Mini-Me. The second Austin Powers movie wound up grossing around four times the original movie, so naturally, it didn’t take long for a third movie to be put into development. Sadly, Austin Powers in Goldmember was something of a letdown, despite adding Beyoncé and Michael Caine – playing Austin’s father – to the line-up.
Austin Powers in Goldmember ended up recycling jokes the first two movies had already tapped out, while Myers’ new villain Goldmember failed to raise any real laughs. That said, the sequel still had its merits, and there’s a reason the franchise is still fondly regarded. There are plenty of options to view the Austin Powers movies online, though they’re not currently available on Netflix, Hulu or Prime.
Where To Watch The Austin Powers Trilogy
According to JustWatch, the only entry on a streaming service currently is Austin Powers In Goldmember (which has MANY cameos) on HBO Max. The Austin Powers trilogy itself is widely available to rent or purchase from other platforms at prices starting from $3.00. The films can be found on Redbox, AMC on Demand, Google Play, Apple iTunes, DirecTV and others.
Austin Powers in Goldmember seemed to kill interest in the series for a time, with Myers himself taking extended breaks from the industry in the years that followed. Talk of a fourth Austin Powers pops up every few years, with Myers and director Jay Roach bother confirming their interest in another entry. It’s easy to see Austin Powers 4 being huge on a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu, but there are few signs of it actually pressing forwards. If it does happen, it would be interesting to see how the Austin Powers franchise adapts itself to a post-Daniel Craig Bond world.
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