Get ready for the supernatural hunt, as 20th Century Studios ‘A Haunting in Venice’ is ready to hit the theaters, and the film officially releases in the USA on September 15, 2023. The theatrical audience is in first place here, but for the streaming audience, this film becomes even more special because it is expected to attract more streaming viewers. Despite significant buzz among streaming audiences, there is not a good sign for Netflix users.
Directed by Kenneth Branagh and written by Michael Green, the supernatural thriller stars Kyle Allen, Kenneth Branagh, Camille Cottin, Jamie Dornan, Tina Fey, and Jude Hill. Produced by Kenneth Branagh, Judy Hofflund, Ridley Scott, and Simon Kinberg under the production banners of TSG Entertainment, Kinberg Genre, The Mark Gordon Company, Scott Free Productions, and Agatha Christie Limited, it is set to be distributed by 20th Century Studios.
Will A Haunting in Venice be on Netflix?
No, It will not be on Netflix. 20th Century Studios’ supernatural thriller ‘A Haunting in Venice’ will not be streaming on Netflix anytime soon in the USA due to a lack of streaming rights. Despite being one of the major streaming platforms in the industry, there is no streaming deal between Netflix and 20th Century Studios. As a result, Netflix does not have the right to stream it on its platform, which means Netflix users will not be able to watch ‘A Haunting in Venice’ on Netflix after its theatrical release. Overall, it’s not impressive news for Netflix users and the proper supernatural thriller audience— expecting the streaming.
‘A Haunting in Venice’ is an official sequel to ‘DOTN’, and the mystery thriller was much more loved by the streaming audience than the theatrical one. It is expected that the sequel will also be highly appreciated in streaming form, but like ‘DOTN’, it would be a huge disappointment not to have ‘A Haunting in Venice‘ available on Netflix.