The new normal appears to include a lot of Netflix and chill. Movie theaters are off the menu for a while, so in an effort to turn lemons into lemonade, some Hollywood studios are releasing movies to. Typically, it can take up to half a year for a film to land on Netflix and elsewhere after exiting the theater. But without any crowds lining up for theatrical releases, some movies will be streaming the same day as the theatrical release.
Following in the footsteps of early releases forand , The Hunt, The Invisible Man and Emma are available for streaming today, March 19 — the same day they arrive in (mostly empty) theaters. Other recent films will be arriving soon as well; look for Birds of Prey, The Gentlemen, and Trolls World Tour to start streaming in the near future. Of course, not all movies are getting the early-release treatment. Major tentpole films like .
How to watch movies that are landing on streaming services early
Ready to settle down on the sofa and watch a Hollywood flick? At least for now, you can’t buy any of these movies outright. Instead, you can rent them for $20 from any of your favorite streaming services including Amazon, Apple, Fandango, Google Play, Vudu and YouTube. Here’s how to start screening all the movies we know about right now.
Based on the Jane Austen novel of the same name and directed by Autumn de Wilde, this movie stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Josh O’Connor and Bill Nighy.
Positioned by writers Nick Cuse and Damon Lindelof as a sort of satirical look at the political divide in modern American society, The Hunt is a horror movie starring Betty Gilpin, Emma Roberts and Hilary Swank.
The Invisible Man
The latest remake of this classic horror tale, The Invisible Man was written and directed by Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge and Michael Dorman.
Coming to streaming soon
Birds of Prey
Trolls World Tour
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