The rapid spread of Coronavirus has caused closures of non essential businesses. So restaurants, bars, malls and movie theaters have been shut down in order to stop the spread of COVID-19. Because these places draw big crowds, and experts are stressing that we need to practice social distancing to stop the further spread of this virus, all of them have been shut down and people are told to stay in their homes unless they need to work. So, this is causing people to be stuck indoors with not much to do. Luckily, Universal Pictures wants to help people get through this and let them see movies that were currently in the theaters before they were shut down.

According to CNBC, movies like The Invisible Man, The Hunt and Emma are available to watch online for 48 hour rentals for $19.99. Trolls World Tour will be released on April 10th and I know that will make a lot of kids pretty happy and will give parents a break. Disney also recognizes what's happening around the world and will be putting Frozen II and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on Disney Plus earlier than it usually would be.

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