Thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, the movie industry has faced challenges like never before with films having to release online or delay their release dates.
After the chaos of the past year, films are starting to hit the big screen again and Hugh Jackman’s latest sci-fi thriller, Reminiscence, is one to keep an eye on.
But just where will film fans be able to watch Reminiscence when it releases?
Reminiscence: Release date and plot
After a string of delays, Reminiscence is finally due to release around the world in August 2021, with the film arriving in the US and UK on August 20th.
Starring Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson and Thandiwe Newton, Reminiscence tells the story of Nick Bannister, a private investigator of the mind who navigates the dark and alluring world of the past by helping clients access lost memories.
However, matters are complicated when Nick takes on a new client named Mae and he develops a dangerous obsession and uncovers a deadly conspiracy when she vanishes into thin air.
Where to watch Reminiscence
- Reminiscence will be available to watch in both cinemas and on HBO Max when it releases on August 20th.
That’s right, film fans will have the choice of watching Reminiscence on the big screen or from the comfort of their own home.
However, in countries where the HBO Max streaming service is not available, Reminiscence will be exclusive to cinemas.
According to Deadline, the film will be available on HBO Max for 30 days following its release, meaning it will not be coming to the likes of Netflix or Amazon Prime Video any time soon.
The next 5 films coming to HBO Max
Warner Bros. made waves last year when it announced that it would be releasing its entire 2021 slate simultaneously in both theaters and on the newly launched HBO Max streaming service.
We’ve already seen the likes of Godzilla vs Kong, Space Jam: A New Legacy and The Suicide Squad all release on the service and there are plenty more films to come later this year.
- Malignant | September 10th | Horror film from Saw and Conjuring creator James Wan
- The Many Saints of Newark | September 24th | Prequel to HBO’s The Sopranos.
- Dune | October 1st | Sci-fi epic based on acclaimed Frank Herbert novel.
- King Richard | November 19th | Biopic telling the story of Richard Williams, father of tennis legends, Venus and Serena.
- The Matrix 4 | December 22nd | Fourth film in the much-loved Matrix franchise.
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