Trolls World Tour is a movie about trolls, Branch, and Poppy discovering that there are six different troll tribes across the land. Each troll tribe is dedicated to a certain kind of music. There are funk, country, techno, classical, pop, and rock trolls. When Queen Barb and King Thrash of the rock trolls set out to destroy the other music, Poppy and Branch set out on a daring journey to unite the trolls and save the diverse melodies from becoming extinct.
The Dreamworks movie’s original release date anticipated hitting theaters April 10, 2020. However, due to COVID-19, the movie decided to do a world premiere across multiple streaming platforms. Trolls World Tour is available to rent on Amazon, Comcast, VUDU, Apple TV, Fandango Now, DirecTV, and Youtube. Indicators show that Trolls World Tour is the No. 1 title across all major on-demand platforms, topping expectations on digital distribution everywhere.
It is believed that the digital rental release of Dreamworks Animation has beaten a new record in its first weekend. However, data from the opening digital rental weekend is still being collected. Trolls World Tour is estimated to have done 10 times better than Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Universal’s previous digital opening-day champion. Entertainment sources say the movie did $2 – $3 million on day one, in the United States.
Here at Voice & Nation, we asked people on the web if they have watched or are planning on watching Trolls World Tour on-demand?
PEOPLE IN THEIR OWN WORDS
One respondent said, “I didn’t plan on seeing it in the theaters, but if (it) has no extra charge to my streaming services, then I’ll watch it.”
While another said, “I think it’s a good opportunity to watch Trolls World premiere on-demand for the kids to watch at home since we are unable to go to the movie theaters right now. It would be a great distraction for them to stay connected and enjoy something they were looking forward to.”
While additional respondents commented on the price of the movie. One respondent stated, “We were actually really excited to watch it, but it is $20 to rent it for 48 hours. There are movies that are brand new that are $20 to purchase. I would rather just wait until it’s rentable.”
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