How to Watch Bullet Train: Release Date and Streaming Status – IGN
From the director of Deadpool 2, Bullet Train is one of this summer’s must-see action movies, thanks to a star-studded cast and a bonkers premise that pits a trainful of assassins against each other on a nonstop ride through Japan. As IGN’s Bullet Train review states, “It’s bloodier than expected, lands its punches at the right moments, and pleases with painful combos worth crowd-pleasing smiles.”
Bullet Train is in theaters beginning August 5, but is not yet available to watch from home. If you’re wondering how and where you can watch it yourself, take a look at the information below.
Where to Watch Bullet Train – Showtimes
Bullet Train will be available as early showtimes begin this afternoon. The wider release date to most theaters across the U.S. is beginning August 5 (August 3 and 4 in the U.K. and AU, respectively). To find when and where you can watch the movie, check the local showtime listings at the links below:
When and Where Will Bullet Train Be Available to Stream Online?
Bullet Train is not currently available with any streaming subscriptions, but it should eventually be released on Netflix as part of a new deal between the service and Sony (the distributor of Bullet Train). There’s no official streaming date, but for context, Sony’s Uncharted will hit Netflix on August 19 – six months after its theatrical debut. Should Bullet Train follow suit, we can expect it to hit the service in early February 2023.
Who’s in the Cast?
Bullet Train was written by Zak Olkewicz and directed by David Leitch. It stars the following actors:
- Brad Pitt as Ladybug
- Sandra Bullock as Maria Beetle
- Joey King as Prince
- Zazie Beetz as Horney
- Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Tangerine
- Brian Tyree Henry as Lemon
- Benito “Bad Bunny” Ocasio as Wolf
Bullet Train Rating and Runtime
Bullet Train is Rated R for strong and bloody violence, pervasive language, and brief sexuality. The film runs for a total of 2 hours and 6 minutes including credits.