When will ‘Bullet Train’ be available to stream and on which platform?
Brad Pitt’s action comedy “Bullet Train” has been launched in the US and is already doing well financially. The film made $30 million in its North American debut and $62.5 million overall. However, a lot of viewers are curious as to when they may see it at home. David Leith, a former stuntman who also directed “Deadpool 2” and “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw,” is the director of “Bullet Train.” The movie depicts five extremely skilled assassins on board a bullet train whose missions are linked without their knowledge. It is based on the Japanese novel “Maria Beetle” by Kotaro Isaka.
Along with Pitt, the cast also includes Joey King from “The Kissing Booth,” Aaron Taylor-Johnson from “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” Brian Tyree Henry from “Atlanta,” and Andrew Koji from “Warrior,” and Bad Bunny making his acting debut. Sandra Bullock is involved as well. Bullet Train was just released in theaters on August 5 in the US, so it isn’t now streaming and won’t be for a while if it follows the release schedule of other recent Sony Pictures films.
However, because of a “pay 1” arrangement between Sony and Netflix, we are confident that “Bullet Train” will be available on the platform. The movie will be released on digital, DVD, and Blu-ray about three months after its theatrical run, though. It will first appear on Netflix, after which it will transfer to Hulu or Disney+ because Disney offers the “pay 2” promotion. As an illustration, Uncharted, a Sony production that recently debuted on Netflix on August 5, over six months after its theatrical debut. Therefore, “Bullet Train” might be viewable online by the end of 2022.