The action thriller “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant”, which has released in the USA on April 21, 2023, has received mostly positive reviews from critics and audiences, especially for the brilliant cast performance, depth of plot, and impressive direction and solid screenplay. In summary, “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” is a well-received R-rated war thriller.
Directed by Guy Ritchie, the action thriller boasts a screenplay co-written by Ritchie himself, along with Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies. The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Dar Salim, and it was produced by Ritchie, Ivan Atkinson, John Friedberg, and Josh Berge under the banner of STX Films. MGM distributed the film in the United States.
Is Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant on Amazon Prime?
Yes, “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” will be officially streaming on Amazon Prime in the USA following its theatrical release, as Amazon Prime has acquired the streaming rights to the film and become its streaming partner. According to reports, the movie will be available on the platform within four months of its theatrical release. Additionally, “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” will also be available to rent or purchase on Amazon Prime for $4.99 to $19.99, and this option will be available within two months of its theatrical release, meaning before the movie’s official streaming release.
In summary, Amazon Prime users will have the option to watch “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” on the platform through their preferred method, be it subscription or rental. The movie’s VOD version will also be available on Vudu, iTunes, Google Play Movies, Redbox, and YouTube at the same price point. It is important to note that the film will not be available for streaming on Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, or Disney+ in the USA. And users of these platforms will not be able to watch “Guy Ritchie’s The Covenant” on their respective platforms.
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