Though with the coronavirus pandemic causing businesses around the country to close and people being told to stay at home as much as possible, a number of theatrical releases like A Quiet Place Part 2, Mulan, and the latest in the Fast and Furious franchise, originally scheduled to debut this season, have been postponed.
Though Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn superhero movie costarring Rosie Perez and Mary Elizabeth Winstead was released in February, before the country shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, Warner Bros. is releasing it early for digital purchase on March 24.
The streaming platform’s official description for the film is: “Desperate to find her missing daughter, a mother fights to uncover the truth—and helps expose a string of unsolved murders. ” Sounds like just the sort of movie to get into while you’re stuck at home.
Of course, there are also plenty of new movies coming to Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon at the start of the new season, like Extraction, starring Chris Hemsworth, and Dangerous Lies, with Riverdale’s Camila Mendes.
The movie, based on the Sega video game, is yet another previously released movie being dropped onto digital platforms for purchase (and eventually rental) earlier than expected.
Sam Claflin and Olivia Munn star in this Netflix original rom-com that will feature alternate versions of the same wedding as Jack (Claflin) tries to make sure his little sister has the perfect wedding day while also dealing with an ex and reuniting with his lost love, Dina (Munn).
A new musical film, starring Tracee Ellis Ross as a music industry superstar and Dakota Johnson as her overworked personal assistant, sounds like exactly the kind of vibe we could all get into once this crisis period is over.
Because of changes to the spring movie lineup, studios are releasing some of their films onto video-on-demand earlier than expected, to ease some of your self-distancing woes.
A bunch of movies will be released early on demand: https://t.co/Qb3qyCdE6W— Glamour (@glamourmag) April 6, 2020
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