Searchlight Picture’s “Antlers” is about a small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother (Jesse Plemons), the local sheriff, discover that a young student (Jeremy T. Thomas) is harbouring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences.

Originally, “Antlers” was going to be released in April 2020, but it was delayed multiple times due to the pandemic.

When Is “Antlers” Released On Disney+?

Before the pandemic, films would have a much longer time exclusively in cinemas, however, earlier this year, Disney announced that all of its theatrical releases for the rest of 2021 would have a 45-day exclusive window for theatres.

“Antlers” is going to be released in cinemas on Friday 29th October. So the film could be released on Disney+ internationally, such as in the UK, Canada and Australia, along with other digital platforms from Monday 13th December 2021.

However, currently, no Disney+ release date has yet been confirmed. However, it’s likely to be released a little later than that, to align with a Wednesday or Friday release on Disney+.

In the United States, since “Antlers” has an R rating, so that means it won’t be available on Disney+, since Disney+ in the US doesn’t currently offer mature films with this rating. Also, since it’s a 20th Century Studios film, it’ll be released on HBO Max first because of a pre-existing streaming contract made before Disney purchased 20th Century Fox, before eventually heading to Hulu.


Is “Antlers” Coming To Disney+ Premier Access?

Disney has announced that the film would be released in cinemas first, with a 45-day exclusive window, so it won’t be getting a Disney+ Premier Access release.


Are you looking forward to the release of “Antlers” on Disney+?

Roger Palmer

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