POLL RESULTS: Which Upcoming Film Would You Pay For on VOD?

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POLL RESULTS: Which Upcoming Film Would You Pay For on VOD?

POLL RESULTS: Which upcoming film would you pay for on VOD?

A week after asking our readers what upcoming film originally slated for a theatrical release they’d be willing to pay for on digital platforms and VOD, the results are in and with over 1000 votes, the one clear winner was a film we nearly got to see two weeks ago. Check out the winners below!

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Which Upcoming Film Would You Pay For on VOD?

Top Five

1. A Quiet Place Part II (24%, 242 votes)

2. The New Mutants (16%, 169 votes)

3. Bill & Ted Face the Music (10%, 103 votes)

4. Halloween Kills (7%, 77 votes)

5. Free Guy (6%, 59 votes)

It’s no surprise that after its predecessor exploded at the box office in 2018 and fans have been waiting in anticipation for the horror follow-up, A Quiet Place Part II (originally scheduled for a US release of March 20) is the victor in this poll, as many fans are too excited to witness the next chapter in the already-acclaimed horror series. Coming in relatively close at second place is the already oft-delayed superhero horror film The New Mutants, which has been rumored to been considered for a VOD or streaming release before. Rounding out the top five is the highly-anticipated third installment in the Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter-led time-traveling comedy franchise Bill & Ted Face the Music and follow-up to 2018’s hit horror revival Halloween Kills, as well as the Ryan Reynolds vehicle Free Guy.

Check out the rest of the results below:

Coming 2 America (5%, 48 votes)

Spiral: From the Book of Saw (5%, 47 votes)

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (3%, 29 votes)

Candyman (2%, 25 votes)

The King’s Man (2%, 24 votes)

The French Dispatch (2%, 21 votes)

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (2%, 21 votes)

Scoob! (2%, 21 votes)

Death on the Nile (2%, 16 votes)

Antlers (1%, 12 votes)

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run (1%, 12 votes)

Greyhound (1%, 10 votes)

West Side Story (1%, 9 votes)

Peter Rabbit 2 (1%, 9 votes)

The Many Saints of Newark (1%, 9 votes)

The Purge 5 (1%, 7 votes)

Antebellum (1%, 7 votes)

Last Night in Soho (1%, 6 votes)

Promising Young Woman (0%, 5 votes)

Malignant (0%, 5 votes)

Without Remorse (0%, 5 votes)

The Last Duel (0%, 5 votes)

Escape Room 2 (0%, 5 votes)

In the Heights (0%, 4 votes)

The Trial of the Chicago 7 (0%, 4 votes)

The Woman in the Window (0%, 4 votes)

The Lovebirds (0%, 3 votes)

The Witches (0%, 2 votes)

Run (0%, 1 vote)

My Spy (0%, 1 vote)

Bad Trip (0%, 1 vote)

The High Note (0%, 1 vote)

Connected (0%, 0 votes)

Respect (0%, 0 votes)

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Major film studios have delayed some big-name projects including A Quiet Place Part IIF9: The Fast Saga and Mulan indefinitely amidst global pandemic concerns. They have also bumped up Digital HD debuts of some film still in theaters, including Warner Bros’ Birds of PreyJust Mercy and The Way Back, while Disney and Pixar will debut Onward on Disney+ in April, and STX’s The Gentlemen, Sony’s Bloodshot and Universal’s The Hunt and The Invisible Man while Trolls World Tour lands in theaters and online on the same day.

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