When is Nobody coming to DVD and Blu-ray?

Bob Odenkirk as Hutch Mansell in "Nobody," directed by Ilya Naishuller. Photo Credit: Allen Fraser/Unive
Bob Odenkirk as Hutch Mansell in "Nobody," directed by Ilya Naishuller. Photo Credit: Allen Fraser/Unive /

While there have been few blockbuster movies, the smaller movies have had a chance to shine. Nobody is one of those. When’s the Nobody DVD release date?

If you love Bob Odenkirk, you’ll certainly want to pay attention to Nobody. The movie is perfect for entertainment value. Yes, it’s packed with tropes and cliches, but that’s the point of it. It’s a parody movie.

It’s one of those movies that has caught the attention of many. Now you want to know the Nobody DVD release date.

When is the Nobody DVD release date?

Right now, the movie’s release date hasn’t been confirmed. However, it’s a Universal Pictures movie, and we’re looking at about three months to go from theaters to DVD, even during the pandemic.

With Nobody being released in theaters on Friday, March 26, we’re looking at either Tuesday, June 22 or June 29 as a potential DVD release date.

Is Nobody good?

Before you buy a movie on DVD, you’ll want to know if it’s going to be worth the purchase. This is going to depend on the type of movie you’re into, but if you love parody action movies where the lead character doesn’t act like it’s a parody, you’ll want to get this one.

Nobody holds a 95% audience score and an 81% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s also Certified Fresh on the site.

Odenkirk isn’t the only one who shines in the movie. Christopher Lloyd is excellent, making it clear that he had fun filming this movie.

It really is perfect for those who are just looking for entertainment at this time. And yes, I get why you want pure entertainment. I’m like that too!

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What do you think of Nobody? Are you getting it on DVD or Blu-ray? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

The Nobody DVD release date is predicted for June 22 or 29, 2021.