The “Coming To America” Sequel Is Heading To Amazon!

Whether it be parties, hanging with friends, or even going to movies. Not only are movie theatres closed, but several high profile flicks are now rescheduling how they’ll be released– and that includes the sequel to Coming To America.

In a deal worth roughly $125 million, the sequel to the Eddie Murphy classic is reportedly being sold by distributor Paramount Pictures to Amazon Studios.

Originally, the movie was set to be a Christmas release and sure to be a hit at the box offices. Still, given the coronavirus and no one being quite sure when the movie theatres will be back to full capacity, it makes more sense to just release it online via Amazon. It’d be following in the footsteps of movies like Mulan that went straight to Disney+ for an additional $30, Antebellum, Miss Juneteenth, Irresistible, and Spike Lee’s Da 5 Bloods.

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