A stellar cast made up of Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock and the singer who leads the charts in the world, Bad Bunny, forming for Bullet Train or Tren Bala, in Spanish, the new action and comedy film from Sony Pictures that pass by cinemas can be seen online and in streaming. On which platform?
Everything will depend on the country in which we are. And when, it will follow the traditional times of Sony, completely different from those of Marvel, Disney, Warner Bros. or DC Comics, which will arrive on streaming 45 days on average after their cinematographic release.
Sony films can usually be seen online within months of their arrival in theaters, or even a little longer. For example, Spider-Man No Way Home debuted in theaters in December 2021 and reached HBO Max (in Latin America) and Starz (in the United States) in July 2022.
Uncharted opened in theaters the week of February 18th and also reached July 2022.
In the case of the first, it took more than seven months to be able to go online, taking into account its success at the box office. While the second, she did it at five months.
Depending on box office results we should see Bullet Train online and streaming in early 2023, between January and March. in Latin America, its premiere is guaranteed on HBO Maxwhile in the United States it should debut on Netflix, since this year a new agreement came into force in which Netflix becomes the first window for cinemas and digital sales.
What is the bullet train about?
Brad Pitt starred as Ladybug, a down-on-his-luck assassin who is determined to work peacefully after too many jobs get out of hand. Without embargo, destiny can have other planes and in his last mission he will have to face deadly adversaries in the fastest train in the world.
Who are its protagonists?
The cast is made up of Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Bad Bunny, Michael Shannon, Joey King, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Logan Lerman, Zazie Beetz and Hiroyuki Sanada. With a duration of 2 hours and 6 minutes, the direction is in the charge of David Leitch, known for working behind the camera in films such as Deadpool 2 and Atomic Blonde.