Universal to make top films “The Hunt”, “Invisible Man” available at home in the middle of the corona virus
Universal Pictures will make its top feature films available to the home audience during the coronavirus outbreak.
In an unprecedented move, the studio announced on Monday that it would make its top films available at home on the same day as the global theatrical release, starting with the ‘Trolls World Tour’ opening on April 10th in the United States becomes.
As cinemas close or reduce seat capacity due to coronavirus, Universal Pictures will make its films available in the home entertainment on the same day as the films’ worldwide movie releases.
Movies currently in theaters will also be available on demand starting Friday, including “The Invisible Man”, “The Hunt” and “Emma”.
The films will be available for 48 hours on sale at a suggested retail price of $ 19.99 in the United States and at approximately the same price in international markets. The announcement is a blow to cinemas that have long resisted attempts to shorten the time when films are only available on the big screen.