The latest film from Blumhouse – Run Sweetheart Run – will be getting a global rollout on the Amazon Prime Video platform instead of a cinema release.
Amongst the movies that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival back at the start of the year was Run Sweetheart Run, the latest movie from the Blumhouse stable. It’s a supernatural film that’s been written and directed by Shana Feste, that had been scheduled for a cinema release at the start of this month. Obviously, that’s not been possible.
It’s now being reported that instead, a deal has been struck with Amazon Studios and its Prime Video service for the production instead. As such, the movie – headlined by Ella Balinska – will be debuting on the Amazon service.
The deal is for the global rights to the film as well, and as such, we should be seeing this on Prime Video UK at the same time it lands on the US version of the service.
As of yet, no official launch date for the film has been released, but we’ll keep you posted as and when we hear more.
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