Is Behind the Candelabra on Netflix?

Sorry, Behind the Candelabra is not available on American Netflix, but you can unlock it right now in the USA and start watching! With a few simple steps you can change your Netflix region to a country like France and start watching French Netflix, which includes Behind the Candelabra.

What is the film about Liberace called?

Behind the Candelabra
Behind the Candelabra is a 2013 American biographical drama film directed by Steven Soderbergh. It dramatizes the last ten years in the life of pianist Liberace and the relationship that he had with Scott Thorson. It is based on Thorson’s memoir, Behind the Candelabra: My Life with Liberace (1988).

How much did Behind the Candelabra make?

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

Record Rank Revenue
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 11,201-11,300) 11,202 $2,568,300
All Time Worldwide Non-Sequel Box Office (Rank 10,101-10,200) 10,180 $2,568,300
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Based on Real Life Events Movies (Rank 701-800) 782 $2,568,300

When did Behind the Candelabra come out?

May 21, 2013
Behind the Candelabra/Initial release

Where can I see behind the candelabra?

Currently you are able to watch “Behind the Candelabra” streaming on HBO Now, HBO Now Amazon Channel, DIRECTV, HBO Max, Spectrum On Demand.

Is Behind the Candelabra on prime?

Watch Behind the Candelabra | Prime Video.

Did Michael Douglas really play the piano in Behind the Candelabra?

Michael Douglas has revealed he didn’t learn how to play the piano for his Liberace role. The Oscar-winning actor, who portrays the outgoing entertainer and musician in Steven Soderbergh’s feature-length biopic Behind The Candelabra, attempted to learn the piano but decided against it.

How true is behind the candelabra?

Behind the Candelabra premieres this weekend on HBO. It is based on the hard to believe but true story of one of the most popular and flamboyant stars of the 1950’s and 60’s, who went by just one name: Liberace.

How much was Liberace worth?

Liberace was said to be worth around $110 million at the time of his death, and to have bequeathed $88 million to the Liberace Foundation at the time of his death.

Who got Liberace’s money when he died?

Liberace left the majority of his money to his nonprofit organization, The Liberace Foundation for the Creative Performing Arts. He also left $650,000 to his sister Angie, $250,000 to Cary James, $60,000 to his manager, and $5,000 to his maid.

Was Behind the Candelabra filmed in Liberace’s house?

Much of “Behind the Candelabra” takes place in Liberace’s homes in Las Vegas, Palm Springs and Los Angeles.

Is Liberace dead?

Deceased (1919–1987)
Liberace/Living or Deceased

Who are the actors in behind the Candelabra?

Michael Douglas and Matt Damon star in the amazing true story of flamboyant pianist Liberace’s great love affair. It’s the summer of 1977. Pianist and television star Liberace (Michael Douglas) is one of the world’s most popular entertainers, living a lifestyle of outrageous excess.

Who is the chauffeur in behind the Candelabra?

Pianist and television star Liberace (Michael Douglas) is one of the world’s most popular entertainers, living a lifestyle of outrageous excess. Into his dressing room steps a handsome stranger named Scott Thorson (Matt Damon). The young man is subsequently employed as Liberace’s chauffeur.

Who is the actor who plays Liberace in behind the Candelabra?

Liberace is played by Michael Douglas in one of the bravest roles of his career. So brave and powerful that it’s unfortunate that because of the film’s TV movie status it is ineligible for an Academy Award nomination. Douglas is an actor who is never conventional with his role choice.

What was the story behind behind the Candelabra?

“Behind The Candelabra” gives us a story about Liberace’s personal life, from the POV of his one time lover, “blond Adonis” Scott Thorson. The plot spans some ten years, from 1977 to Liberace’s death in 1987.

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