Nationwide theater closures prompt the studios behind this faith-based movie to speed up its on-demand rollout.
The coronavirus continues to impact the movie business in America and I Still Believe is among the pictures affected. With the mass closures of theaters curtailing box office revenues, Kingdom Studios and Lionsgate are taking the picture the on-demand route just two weeks after its theatrical debut.
In a post on the movie's social media sites, they announced that the film will be available as of March 27th. I Still Believe, which stars K.J. Apa and Britt Robertson in the real-life love story of Christian musician Jeremy Camp and his late wife, Melissa, will be accessible on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV and Google Play, among other outlets.
Though the overwhelming majority of theaters that were showing the movie are currently closed because of the coronavirus, as we mentioned here, there are still some drive-ins that are playing it. You can check this link to the film's website for an updated list of them, and if there's a drive-in theater in your location, they may have it as well, so look into it.