Emma and Birds of Prey Are Available To Stream Early as Cinemas Are Closed
As many cities and countries around the world go into lockdown, it's unsurprising that we're all turning to our favourite streaming services to provide entertainment, comfort, and joy. Now, the film industry is doing the same, with NBCUniversal's Universal Pictures announcing that its current slate of cinematic releases will be available to stream in the US on demand in late March.
Deadline reported that movies such as Blumhouse's The Invisible Man and The Hunt, and Focus Features' Emma will be made available in the US in late March for a 48-hour rental that will probably cost $24.99 each. Warner Bros. has also followed suit, announcing Margot Robbie's Suicide Squad spinoff, Birds of Prey will be available to stream on services such as Amazon and iTunes as soon as April. Keep on reading to see all the new release movies that are expected to be available on-demand early — we'll keep adding to this list as more news is released.