Jojo Rabbit is Taika Waititi’s latest comedy, following the life of a young Hitler Youth boy (played by Roman Griffin Davis). His world is rocked when he is forced to question his allegiances after discovering a Jewish Girl (Thomasin McKenzie) is hiding in his attic. Some fans prefer to cuddle up on the sofa and watch movies at home rather than in the cinema – but can they do that with Jojo Rabbit?
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Waititi’s latest movie has only just entered cinemas, which is why, at present, it is only available to watch in cinemas.
Some films take part in simultaneous distribution, meaning their movies are out in cinemas at the same time as they become available for streaming, and sometimes even downloading as well.
This will usually be when the film is distributed by companies which have a streaming service of their own, such as Curzon Artificial Eye, Netflix or Amazon Prime.
However, that is not the case for Jojo Rabbit, which has been distributed by 20th Century Fox in the UK.
This means the film will not be available for download or streaming until much later in its life.
Usually, films become available to download after they have left cinemas, around six or so months from their original film release.
This is also often when movies come out on DVD and Blu Ray, so soon enough there will be multiple ways for fans to get a hold of Jojo Rabbit after its cinema release.