The Green Knight, one of the best films of the year, can only be seen in cinemas at the moment. However, there is some good news if you can’t make it to your local movie theater. Distributor A24 plans to stream the movie for just one night on August 18, and you can purchase the $ 20 ticket to watch The Green Knight via the company’s Screening Room website starting today.
Once you’ve bought a ticket, you have three options to stream the movie. You can watch it in a web browser, through the A24’s Apple TV app, or through the Roku app. From 9:00 p.m. you have four hours to finish the film. We’ll also note that A24 doesn’t plan to stream The Green Knight until the 18th in the US.
The subject of simultaneous theatrical and online releases has been a complicated topic in Hollywood lately. Disney’s Black Window generated $ 60 million in streaming revenue for the company, while also sparking a legal battle with star Scarlett Johansson. With the pandemic not in sight, more companies like A24 are likely to try different sales strategies.
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