5 New Movies to Stream on Amazon Prime That Are Still in Theaters – Billboard

January 26, 2022

Rent or buy select films from the Prime Video library that are still in theaters.
By Latifah Muhammad
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If you’re like the millions of moviegoers who have yet to fully return to theaters, Amazon Prime Video makes its easy to catch in-theater releases from the comfort of home. To help you out, we did some of the searching for you and rounded up a handful of in-theater releases that you can rent on Prime Video and watch on your TV, laptop or another compatible streaming device.
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Not to be confused with Amazon Originals, which are free to Prime Video members, the films on our list range from $20 to $25. After deciding on a rental, you’ll have 30 days to start watching the film and 48 hours to finish once your start. See the lineup below.
Buster Moon and the gang return for another round of performances in Sing 2. The animated comedy starring Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, Nick Kroll, Letitia Wright, Nick Offerman and Bobby Cannavale. This star-studded family film also features voice appearances from Bono, Halsey and Pharrell.
Rent: $24.99 on Prime Video.

Based on a true story, A Journal for Jordan is about an undying bond between father and son. The Denzel Washington-directed drama centers around the real-life story of Sgt. Charles Monroe (played by Michael B. Jordan), a deployed soldier who gets killed in combat but leaves behind a journal of stories and advice for his infant son.
Rent: $19.99 on Prime Video.
The Matrix Resurrections
The fourth installment into the Matrix franchise arrived in theaters last year and on HBO Max, where it remained until last week. The Matrix Resurrections VOD release hasn’t officially been released yet but you can pre-order the rental now.
Rent: $24.99 on Prime Video.

Bridging the gap between old and new generations of fans, Ghostbusters: Afterlife revolves around a young girl who moves to a new town and discovers a link to the original Ghostbusters legacy. Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Paul Rudd, Celeste O’Conner and Logan Kim are among the cast. Stars from the original Ghostbusters movies are also featured, including Bill Murray, Annie Potts, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver.

Buy: $19.99 on Prime Video.

Will Smith steps into character as Venus and Serena Williams’ father and coach Richard Williams in this 2021 drama directed by Reinaldo Marcus Green. King Richard details a father’s unshakable commitment to helping his daughters become tennis icons. Venus and Serena executive produced King Richard, which also stars Aunjanue Ellis and Jon Bernthal, and Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton as the Williams sisters.
Rent: $19.99 on Prime Video.
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