Military Wives Is The Latest Film To Head Online Early

Military Wives

by James White |
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With cinemas all but closed down (and those brand new social distancing regulations now in places) more and more movies are heading to our homes. Universal, Warner Bros., Disney and Sony have been proactive in moving films that have recently arrived on the big screen to video on demand and Lionsgate is following them with Military Wives.

The based-on-true story of the army spouses who set up to form a choir had been in cinemas for just two weeks before the doors were closed under orders from the government. It'll now arrive on premium video on demand on Friday, 27 March. "The cinematic experience is key to our industry, and exhibitors continue to be our integral partners and allies," says Lionsgate CEO Zygi Kamasa. "With cinemas closed nationwide due to the current climate, we want to continue to make Military Wives available to consumers." There's no word on the price yet for the short-term rental.

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