Where to Watch Golden Globes-Nominated Nike Film ‘Air’ Starring Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Viola Davis Online

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Ahead of the 2024 Golden Globes, sports history fans and sneakerheads can catch up on Nike’s story in Amazon and MGM Studios’ Air, which was nominated for best musical or comedy motion picture.

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The off-court basketball drama starring Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Viola Davis, Jason Bateman, Marlon Wayans, Chris Tucker and others is available to stream exclusively on Prime Video, which is also home to fellow nominee Daisy Jones & The Six (best television limited series, anthology series or motion picture made for TV).

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The film reunites Goodwill Hunting filmmakers Affleck and Damon, and marks the duo’s first project under their Artists Equity production company, as well as Affleck’s first time directing his long-time friend. The Nike movie has also sparked early Oscar buzz and will likely be in the running for best picture and acting awards.

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Starring Damon as former Nike executive Sonny Vaccaro and Affleck as Nike CEO Phil Knight, the film takes place in the mid-1980s and explores how the sportswear brand changed the game of athlete-brand partnerships. Vaccaro is tasked with a long-shot effort to sign then-rising NBA superstar Michael Jordan (whose face is never seen onscreen) as a spokesperson for Nike’s ailing basketball sneaker line, despite the skepticism of his own boss. It’s a hard sell that sees Vaccaro traveling from Nike’s home base of Oregon to North Carolina to win over Jordan’s parents, Deloris and James (played by Davis and Julius Tennon) and the rookie player’s agent, David Falk (Chris Messina).

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Below, find out more about how to watch Air online without cable, as well as where to find rare and vintage Air Jordan colorways online to celebrate the sports film’s streaming release.

Where to Watch Air Online

Since Air was backed by Amazon Studios, the only way to watch the movie right now is by streaming it on Amazon’s Prime Video. Streaming access is free with Prime membership, which costs $14.99 per month or $139 annually; it’s also available as a stand-alone service for $8.99 monthly.

Prime membership includes access to Amazon original series such as the Emmy-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Emmy-nominated Amazon original series Daisy Jones & the SixLord of the Rings: The Rings of PowerThe Summer I Turned Pretty and Peripheral, and Prime Video original films such as Somebody That I Used to KnowShotgun Wedding and more. Prime members can also take advantage of exclusive deals on Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods groceries, early shopping and discounts during Prime Day events, speedy same- to two-day shipping and more perks. New subscribers can watch Air for free with a 30-day free trial for either option.

Air is also available to buy on DVD and Blu-ray for $15-$25 at Amazon, Best Buy and Walmart.

Where to Buy Rare Air Jordan Colorways and Vintage Styles Online

If Air has inspired your inner sneakerhead to add to your kicks collection, there are several ways to shop Nike’s iconic Air Jordan shoe online. Of course, there’s always Nike’s website, which stocks everything in the Jordan line, including retro and new styles, one-of-a-kind colorways and more. Streetwear and designer retailers such as Stadium Goods, Bodega, Ssense, End., Farfetch, UNDFTD and Dover Street Market are just a few that boast some of the coolest offerings for fashion-forward Nike fans.

Your best bet for buying authentic OG Air Jordan sneakers (we’re not talking the re-released Retro designs) online? Online auction and resale marketplaces such as eBay, Grailed, StockX, Flight Club, GOAT and Sole Collector are among those that offer new and used Nike footwear, among many other brands.

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