Can you stream “Bones and All” by Timothée Chalamet at home?  When will it come to Prime Video?  – The Broadcast

Can you stream “Bones and All” by Timothée Chalamet at home? When will it come to Prime Video? – The Broadcast

It seems Timothée Chalamet can’t be wrong. After a string of hits that propelled the 26-year-old actor to superstardom, his latest film, a romantic horror road movie titled ‘Bones and All’, is set to hit theaters in the US on Wednesday, November 1. . 23.

“Bones and All” is a story of first love between Maren, a young woman learning to survive on the margins of society, and Lee, an intense, disenfranchised drifter; a liberating odyssey on the journey of two thriving young people, searching for identity and pursuing beauty in a perilous world that cannot stand who they are – cannibals.

Watch a trailer for “Bones and All”:

Critical response has been generous so far, with 85% of the film’s reviews on Rotten Tomatoes being “Fresh” – a not particularly enticing description for a film about people-eating characters. The film may not be everyone’s idea of ​​an idyllic vacation fare, but there’s sure to be a segment of the population that’s hoping “Bones and All” will be available to stream soon.

“Bones and All” was released in the United States via MGM and United Artists. MGM was acquired earlier this year by Amazon for $8.5 billion, a deal that brought MGM’s century-old library of more than 4,000 films and 17,000 hours of television to Prime Video, while also becoming the home streaming of MGM’s current and upcoming theatrical slate.

That means Prime Video is likely the film’s eventual streaming home, though MGM and Amazon have yet to establish a consistent formula for their streaming theater windows.

Internationally, the film will likely head to HBO Max, thanks to a deal between MGM and HBO Max parent company Warner Bros. Discovery.

One of MGM’s most recent releases, “Three Thousand Years of Longing,” was released in late August and is still not available on Prime Video. It’s currently available to rent or buy on Amazon’s Video Marketplace, which likely provides a clue to the company’s plans for future MGM releases. This means that a 45-day theatrical/transactional video-on-demand (TVOD) window for “Bones and All” is unlikely.

“No Time to Die,” the latest James Bond film, was released theatrically by MGM on October 8, 2021 and landed on Prime Video on June 10, 2022, some eight months later. However, as with all Bond films, “No Time to Die” is part of a very complicated contractual relationship that makes distribution and streaming incredibly difficult to understand. Daniel Craig’s last outing as 007 was also a massive box office hit, while ‘Bones and All’ should be less of a financial boon. Therefore, it will likely land on streaming much faster than eight months.

Our best guess for the movie will fall somewhere in the middle of those two numbers. Ninety days seems like the right amount of time for Amazon to maximize its box office value and the film’s online rentals and purchases. Therefore, we expect “Bones and All” to be available to stream on Prime Video in time for Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, February 14.

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