Straight to streaming – 9 Movies to watch.

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As the world is attempting to comprehend the COVID19 pandemic, probably the greatest business that are at present in motion is Hollywood. We’ve been keeping track of how the coronavirus has affected film and television since early March, and consistently it appears as though there is another production being closed down or film release being pushed back. Blockbusters like Black Widow, No Time to Die, and Fast 9 have all had their production stopped or pushed back a year, fundamentally because of the vulnerability encompassing crowds being permitted to see their movies in theaters. For these huge occasion films, it bodes well; they are made to turn a benefit and are all piece of the absolute biggest film franchises going today. In any case, that is just piece of the film business’ story with COVID19.

With video on request, Hollywood has figured out how to get these movies—both recent release in theaters or something else—before viewers, permitting them to recover a few funds (taking into account that the vast majority aren’t permitted out and have nothing to do except for Quarantine and Chill). To more readily help you film darlings tingling to make up for lost time with the most recent motion pictures while you have a wealth of extra time on your hands, we’ve gathered the entirety of the motion pictures that have gotten an early VOD release due to COVID19 in one spot for you. It’s on you to stock popcorn, however.

The Invisible Man
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The Invisible Man

Theatrical release date: February 28, 2020
VOD release date: March 20, 2020
Where to Watchtheinvisiblemanmovie.com

Blumhouse’s reimagining of HG Wells’ classic, starring Elisabeth Moss, Storm Reid and Aldis Hodge viewed the idea of the “invisible man” under a more scientific lens, surprisingly delighting fans itching for modern horror.

The Hunt
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The Hunt

Theatrical release date: March 13, 2020
VOD release date: March 20, 2020
Where to Watchthehunt.movie

The journey Craig Zobel’s “dumb fun” Blumhouse action-horror had from concept to the theater has been crazy, and it sucked that it’s theatrical run got cut short, although this could mean that more can get to see Betty Gilpin put in work.

Anya Taylor-Joy stars in EMMA
Image via Focus Features/Box Hill Films

Emma.

Theatrical release date: February 21, 2020
VOD release date: March 20, 2020
Where to Watchfocusfeatures.com/emma

Anya Taylor-Joy plays the titular character in this film adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel, and positive critical acclaim might draw curious viewers to this com-dram.

Onward
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Onward

Theatrical release date: March 6, 2020
VOD release date: March 20, 2020
Where to Watchmoviesanywhere.com/movie/onward-2020 | Disney+

Kids films might be getting hit hardest when it comes to theaters being shut down, so we aren’t surprised that Disney made the decision to unleash the latest Pixar flick to VOD—we wonder what’ll happen when it hits Disney+ on April 3.

Birds of Prey
Image via DC Comics/Claudette Barius

Birds of Prey

Theatrical release date: February 7, 2020
VOD release date: March 24, 2020
Where to Watchbirdsofpreymovie.com

Margot Robbie breathed life into the cult favorite comic book character in 2016’s Suicide Squad and dropped what is without a doubt the first truly fun DC flick.

Vin Diesel in BLOODSHOT
Image via Columbia Pictures/Graham Bartholomew

Bloodshot

Theatrical release date: March 13, 2020
VOD release date: March 24, 2020
Where to Watchbloodshot.movie

The rona made it extremely quiet for Vin Diesel’s adaptation of the popular Valiant Comics franchise, but as Sony Pictures Chairman Tim Rothman explained, “[a]udiences will now have the chance to own Bloodshot right away and see it at home, where we are all spending more time.” They can even take the time to catch up on the comic series before diving in!

BEN AFFLECK as Jack in Warner Bros. Pictures’ drama “THE WAY BACK"
Image via Warner Bros./Richard Foreman

The Way Back

Theatrical release date: March 6, 2020
VOD release date: March 24, 2020
Where to Watchwarnerbros.com/movies/way-back

Critics have been praising Ben Affleck’s performance; it’s kinda sad that more Affleck fans didn’t get to see this in theaters, but this could be the beginning of his post-Batfleck career.

Sonic the Hedgehog
Image via Paramount Pictures

Sonic the Hedgehog

Theatrical release date: February 14, 2020
VOD release date: March 31, 2020
Where to Watchparamountmovies.com/movies/sonic-the-hedgehog

While critics and moviegoers praised how well this film adaptation stuck to the source material, the actual film was…kinda mid? Didn’t matter, as Sonic quickly became the second-highest-grossing film of 2020, setting a record for biggest opening weekend at the box office for a video game in North America. Maybe watch this then figure out a way to master Sonic 3 while we’re all quarantined. 

Bad Boys for Life
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Bad Boys for Life

Theatrical release date: January 17, 2020
VOD release date: March 31, 2020
Where to Watchsonypictures.com/movies/badboysforlife

Seventeen years after the release of Bad Boys II, Martin Lawrence and Will Smith stepped back into their iconic roles and delivered a massive return—to the tune of $425 million made worldwide, giving it the distinction of being the highest-grossing movie of 2020. If you haven’t seen it, now is the perfect time to make it a trilogy night.

We will update this post as more films hit VOD.