As a film that was due to be released in 2020, Greenland had it’s fair share of trouble trying to get into cinemas. Many will remember the trailer being repeatedly played in front of Tenet when UK cinemas were operating over the summer.

Now though, despite managing to actually be viewed in a select few cinemas, Greenland will be available exclusively to Amazon Prime customers from February 5th. It will be joining other 2020 films such as Borat Subsequent Moviefilm and After We Collided. Coming 2 America will also be released through Amazon Prime this year.

Greenland is a disaster film starring Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin as a couple who traverse through the streets of America with their son. This is after the collision of a planet-killing comet is announced. They fight through lawlessness, desperation and the worst of humanity in an effort to get to a flight to a possible safe haven.

The film has been well received by critics. It’s currently sitting on Rotten Tomatoes with a Fresh score of 72%.

By Freddie Deighton

Freddie is the Interviews Editor and resident Batman expert at FilmHounds. He has a degree in Digital Film Production from Ravensbourne University London and he graduated from The BRIT School. Follow him on Twitter and Letterboxd for more movie ramblings

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