A superstar singer and her overworked personal assistant are presented with a choice that could alter the course of their respective careers.
As social distancing becomes the new norm amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, theaters have temporarily darkened their screens, forcing many studios to push back release dates of upcoming films. But some are dropping their newest releases on streaming for at-home quarantine viewing, instead.
Universal Pictures led the charge by making new releases such as The Hunt and Trolls World Tour available far sooner than expected, while Disney began streaming Frozen II and Onward on Disney+ “during this challenging period.” And that was just the start of our at-home streaming slate.
The latest is Dakota Johnson and Tracee Ellis Ross‘ feel-good comedy, The High Note, which follows last week’s announcement that Judd Apatow’s Pete Davidson-starring comedy, The King of Staten Island, will now arrive on VOD.