If you’re looking to alleviate some boredom while you’re stuck inside right now, both Disney and Universal Pictures have been releasing a variety of their newest theatrical release early for digital download and/or streaming!
Earlier today we saw the announcement that Onward would be available from home starting TONIGHT, and there’s plenty of other films that have also been released early! We’ve got a list of all the films you can watch from the comfort of your own home while you’re social distancing.
The Call of the Wild
Call of the Wild may have only arrived in theaters about a month ago, but it will be released on digital Friday, March 27th.
Searchlight Picture’s Downhill will also be available as a digital release on Friday, March 27th.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Big Time Adolesence
This Pete Davidson-led comedy film was originally supposed to land on Hulu on March 20th, but it appeared on the streaming site on March 13th, the same day it hit theaters.
Our second adventure with Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and the rest of gang was released early onto Disney+ on March 15th. The film was originally supposed to drop on June 26th, a long three months from now.
The Invisible Man
This science-fiction/horror film adaptation of the H.G. Wells novel is available on demand right now for a 48-hour rental period for $19.99 after it initially premiered in theaters on February 28th.
This period piece based on Jane Austen’s novel of the same name is releasing today on digital stores for the same 48-hour rental period at $19.99.
The new thriller is releasing on digital stores today, only seven days after it initially debuted in theaters on March 13th. Like the past two movies on this list, it will also be available for a 48-hour rental period for $19.99.
Disney and Pixar’s latest animated adventure dropped in theaters on March 6th, but you can now purchase the adventures of Ian and Barley Lightfoot starting for $19.99. Onward will also be available to stream on Disney+ starting on April 3rd.
Trolls World Tour
The Trolls are back and, in a strange twist, Universal is making the new film available on demand the same day it hits theaters, April 10th.
Hopefully these new films will make the next few weeks a bit more magical. If need more movie and TV show picks, we’ve got a whole list of content you can binge on Disney+ right here!
What have you been watching recently? Let us know down in the comments!