Here’s how you can see Pete Davidson’s film based on his life from home
The Judd Apatow-directed film is heading straight for on-demand services on June 12 coming a week before it was expected to hit theatres initially.
This marks the second Universal movie to hit video on-demand services instead of a theatrical release. Trolls World Tour acted as a test for companies to see if this format is working during the pandemic. The film is being offered for rental on iTunes, Amazon and VUDU at $19.99 lasting 48 hours.
Countless other films have been shifting their release dates over the ongoing shutdowns of movie theatres too.
In Georgia, Governor Brian Kemp says movie theatres in the state are able to reopen as of this week. Despite this announcement, it’s highly unlikely it will be happening right away.
Whether or not the public is willing to go to a movie theatre right now is a whole other question.
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