I Still Believe is a new film based on the true story of singer Jeremy Camp. Will the series eventually be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video?
K.J. Apa and Britt Robertson star in the Christian romantic drama, I Still Believe. It is based on the real story of singer Jeremy Camp and the heartbreaking story of his wife, who developed ovarian cancer after they got married.
Sadly, due to the current pandemic, I Still Believe underperformed at the box office and ultimately, the studio decided to release the movie early on-demand for rental. That said, many people would like to watch the film without having to spend $19.99 to rent it for only 48 hours. Will I Still Believe eventually be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video for free?
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I Still Believe is a Lionsgate movie so it could wind up streaming on Amazon Prime, as previous films like The Haunting of Sharon Tate, Hellboy, and Fighting With My Family also have. However, some Lionsgate movies go to HBO, so it’s not 100% certain which service I Still Believe will move to when the time comes. The good news is, even if it does go to HBO, you can still watch it on Amazon Prime by signing up for HBO through Amazon Video Channels.
Lionsgate’s agreements recently changed. Movies will likely head to FX and Hulu (or maybe the new FX on Hulu?). The full details aren’t clear yet and we’re waiting for the first Lionsgate movies of 2020 to head to streaming to get some clarification.
As for when it will arrive on streaming, it depends. It generally takes about a year to move from theaters to Amazon Prime, but sometimes movies get added sooner, such was the case with both Hellboy and The Haunting of Sharon Tate, which only took a few months to get added to the catalog.
It is possible that the film could get an earlier release on streaming as it already did on rental, due to the pandemic.
Watch the film’s trailer below:
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What did you think about I Still Believe in theaters? What other movies are you hoping to eventually stream on Amazon Prime Video? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.