On February 3, 2023, M. Night Shyamalan will release his first movie “Knock at the Cabin,” based on Paul Tremblay’s book The Cabin at the End of the World, which will shortly be released in theatres. Starring Abby Quinn, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Ben Aldridge, Jonathan Groff, Dave Bautista, and Rupert Grint.
The plot of the movie: “Four-armed people kidnap a small child and her parents, and they are forced to make an impossible decision. These strangers claim they must sacrifice one of themselves to save the world’s end. The family goes through the motions to make sense of the unimaginable, but will everyone be gone before they can decide?”
Where to stream it online?
Following its run in theatres, Knock at the Cabin will eventually stream on Peacock. Considering that Universal pictures produce it, it will almost certainly be available on streaming services following its theatrical release unless any unusual circumstances occur. The movie could be watched online in early April 2023 as other Universal Pictures movies became accessible to stream about eight weeks after they were released in theatres.
Prime Video will ultimately broadcast Knock at the Cabin. Following its run on Peacock, high-profile films will go to Amazon’s Prime Video service due to a license agreement between Universal Filmed Entertainment Group and Amazon. Before moving to Prime Video, the movie will stay for about four months exclusive on Peacock.
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Netflix and Disney Plus will not have a streaming version of Knock at the Cabin. Due to the previous agreement between Universal and Amazon, there is minimal possibility that this film will ever be added to these two major streaming platforms’ competitors.
The only place to view Knock at the Cabin is in a theatre.