In the last few years, there have been quite a lot of female superheroes, like Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel, but they may have to take a back seat to the real-life heroes they provided.
We have compiled a well-anticipated new film for 2022 and here''s what you should watch right now.
How to watch The Woman King in movie theaters
Releases in the United States on September 16 (with early screenings on September 15) and in the United Kingdom on October 7 but in both instances, the film is playing exclusively in movie theaters first.
You can check out your local movie theater websites or Fandango (opens in a new tab) that lets you see whats playing at several movie theaters in your area. You may also purchase your tickets online via either of these links.
If you want to save money going to a cinema or another game right now, you should definitely check out movie theater subscription and membership deals. Offered by a number of movie theater chains in the United States and the United Kingdom, these services provide discounted/free movie tickets or a set number of films for a monthly fee. Discounts for concessions and other theater-going fares are also often included.
MoviePass is resurrecting for those in select US markets, which provides a way to see movies at a variety of locations for a single monthly fee.
Is The Woman King streaming?
No, it is not available for download as of today.
TBD predicts how long movies will play exclusively in movie theaters, although recent trends have movies going online generally between 30-45 days after their initial release. That doesnt necessarily mean streaming, as many films opt for digital on-demand before being available on a streaming service.
The third film, which is under the Sony Entertainment banner, is a TriStar Pictures film. It does not have a streaming service like Disney Plus, Paramount Plus, HBO Max, or Peacock. So when and where does it begin its streaming debut?
Everything you need to know about The Woman King
The film depicts Viola Davis, Lashan Lynch, Thuso Mbedu, and John Boyeg in the 18th and 19th centuries, and is directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood. The Rotten Tomatoes ratio has a 97 percent rise, according to the publisher.
Here''s how to get started.