Increasingly more distributors are solution in the digital sale to lengthen the life of their latest releases that saw its run in cinemas shortened by the alarm state. On this occasion is Warner Bros. Spain who has decided to move and bring us to Harley Quinn or the latest Clint Eastwood earlier than expected.
The distributor has announced that next Friday, the 27th of march, we will be able to buy in digital format three of their latest releases: ‘Birds of Prey (and the fantabulosa emancipation of Harley Quinn)’, ‘Richard Jewell’ and ‘Matter of justice’. The three will be available for purchase on Apple TV, Google Play, Rakuten TV, the PlayStation Store and the Microsoft Store. If you prefer to rent, we will be able to do so starting April 3 in Apple TV, Google Play, Rakuten TV, PlayStation Store, Microsoft, Movistar+, Orange and Vodafone TV.
The same day, Friday, April 3, will also come to the same platforms to purchase or rent the latest success story of terror Spanish: ‘Malasaña 32’. The film of Albert Painted it depicts a family who moves to Madrid in search of an opportunity. But what they don’t know is that someone already lives in that house. What Plan of couch and popcorn?
This quarantine by the coronavirus is being a challenge for the studies, which have had to dismantle its schedule of premieres and more coming to look for alternatives, such as shooting their films in digital format, or rent on-demand. Evil is not coming out for certain titles. For example, Yahoo reports that ‘Frozen 2’ is turned in the second best debut digital movie in the history in the Uk, second only to ‘Avengers: Endgame’. If you missed the drama based on a true story directed by Clint Eastwood, the latest film from DC, or an inspiring story starring Jamie Foxx and Michael B. Jordan, also based on true events, soon you’ll be able to pay off your debts in your own home.