Le Mans’ 66 or Ford v Ferrari for those who are settled internationally they are going to be soon released in your nearest theatre and cinemas and those who have a question in mind regarding the motorsport drama to be directed to Netflix. Let’s take a tour.
The movie starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon who sees the popular 1966 Race Le Man in which Ford comes out after not only participating in the 24-hour rush but even try and win it.
According to the reports, the movie reviews are strong and loud as the Metacritic score is 73 right now and on the other hand, the beautiful playlist saying, “Ford v Ferrari is the kind of cinematic entertainment that sucks you in and won’t let you go until you won’t reach the finish line. “
Now, let’s have a complete look at the movie’s future and don’t forget to watch the trailer below.
Will Ford V Ferrari come to the United States?
The 20th box century and HBO had a theatrical deal where HBO ended the new films after the theatrical run after 9 months. Though this agreement won’t last long, the owner of 20th century box Disney is putting the remaining library on Hulu.
The sad part is in the United States we don’t see many titles of the 20th Century on Netflix, so we can’t sit back and expect ‘Ford v Ferrari’ to come on Netflix soon.
What about Le Mans’ 66 to come on Netflix and other regions?
Well, it will be kickstarted in the United Kingdom first as 20th Century Fox has an enduring relationship with NowTv which is the streaming service of Sky.
In Canada the movie will find its way onto Crave which is owned by Starz and following this in Australia the movie will first be coming on Foxtel as it doesn’t have a persistent launch schedule like the UK.
It’s disheartening for most of the people out there, but apart from this movie, there are many others on the line which Netflix is about to give us.
Stay tuned for more movie updates.