When will I Still Believe be available on Amazon Video, DVD and Blu-ray?

K.J. Apa and Britt Robertson’s new film I Still Believe is releasing early but when can you buy the film on Amazon Video, DVD and Blu-ray?

I Still Believe is one of many films that has fallen prey to the coronavirus pandemic. The film is being released on-demand early like many other movies currently in theaters. However, some people may still want to know when they can buy the movie on DVD and Blu-ray.

The new movie is a Lionsgate film, and will likely take approximately three months to release physically. Previous Lionsgate movies like Bombshell, Knives Out, and Midway all took that amount of time to transition from theaters to home video. It is possible that I Still Believe could be postponed due to the current status of the entertainment industry and the effects of the coronavirus.

If you’re eager to watch the movie, you can rent it for a 48-hour period right now at the cost of $19.99, although it is not currently available on Amazon Video. If not, you can expect to buy it on DVD and Blu-ray around June.

K.J. Apa and Britt Robertson lead the cast of this Christian romance drama based on the real-life of singer Jeremy Camp. Camp’s wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly after they got married. Jeremy Camp was directly involved with the making of the film.

It follows his early years in college, meeting his first wife and her battle with the illness, and  Camp’s life after she sadly passed away. The movie received mixed-to-negative reviews from critics but audiences gave it more favorable reviews.

Watch the trailer below:

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I Still Believe is currently playing in theaters.

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