These Current Movies Are Going to VOD Early Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Tons of films are being released early from theaters to our home TVs amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The films are heading to streaming services instead as theaters have been shutting down due to the outbreak.

While some movies are postponing their premieres altogether, others – like Trolls World Tour (which was set to premiere on April 10) – will hit streaming and digital services without making a theatrical premiere.

Check out the list below to see which new titles you can start streaming from the comforts of your self-quarantine, and get more of the latest coronavirus updates here.

Click inside to see the list of movies that are going to VOD early…

March 13:

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Disney+)

Big Time Adolescence (Hulu)

March 15:

Frozen 2 (Disney+)

March 20:

The Invisible Man (iTunes, Prime Video)
$19.99 for a 48-hour rental

The Hunt (iTunes, Prime Video)
$19.99 for a 48-hour rental

Emma (iTunes, Prime Video)
$19.99 for 48-hour VOD rental

March 24:

Birds of Prey (iTunes, Prime Video)
$19.99, available to rent in April

Just Mercy

The Gentlemen

March 17:

I Still Believe

March 24:


The Way Back

April 10:

Trolls World Tour

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