Disney will be sending Matthew Vaughn’s The King’s Man to its Disney+ streaming service early next month: more here.

Its release date was delayed and delayed and delayed – for fairly obvious pandemic-y reasons – but finally Matthew Vaughn’s prequel story The King’s Man made it into UK cinemas on Boxing Day. It’s done some business too, but has clearly been hurt by finding itself in the slipstream of Spider-Man: No Way Home’s greater than expected levels of success.

Not that Disney is likely losing too much sleep over it. Notwithstanding the fact this was a project that it picked up from its Fox purchase in the first place, it also knew it’d be prime fodder for the Disney+ streaming service. And thus, in an not really surprising move, it’s confirmed that the film will be landing there on February 9th.

A physical media release for The King’s Man is also expected, but that’s likely to lag several weeks behind. We have no further information on that at the moment, and will pass it along as we get it.

For now, The King’s Man is currently in cinemas still, and will be on streaming in three weeks.

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