Movies Released Online Due To Movie Theater Closings
Universal studios just announced they will have several of their movies released online due to movie theater closings.
Films that have been currently playing in theaters (“The Invisible Man”, “The Hunt”, and “Emma”), will all be offered in a 48-hour rental format as soon as this Friday (March 20) for $19.99.
Trolls World Tour will be released online and in theaters (assuming they are open) on April 10. This is the very first time that a movie will be opening in theaters and also be allowed for home viewing.
Typically, it's at least 90 days from when a movie is released in theaters until you can view it at home.
Also, you do NOT have to be a Comcast customer to take advantage of this. Any of your typical movie download services (iTunes, Amazon Prime, Vudu, Google Play, etc) should be offering this.
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