Coming 2 America drops dripping hot. Amazon Studios has a record of “why wait?” policy when it comes to streaming releases, just like The Boys season finale, The Expanse, Jack Ryan, and a few others, and so it’s not a surprise that one of its most high-profile movies is dropping a day earlier.
Coming 2 America, a follow-up to the 1988 comedy movie, which once again stars Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall as they travel to the fictional country of Zamunda to the US on an adventure.
The movie was originally intended for release on the big screen from Paramount Pictures, Amazon secured the worldwide rights late last year as the pandemic forced theaters to close down and, coincidentally has released it on the same day Paramount+ began streaming.
Since the movie is now playing, you can watch it early and have time for the season finale of WandaVisionat 3 AM ET, and maybe check back in for the promised watch party planned for Friday night.
Grab your family and the @ZamundaRoyals will gather their own—we’re throwing a watch event fit for a king! The party starts this Friday, March 5 at 5PM PT/8PM ET. Join the conversation with #Coming2America. pic.twitter.com/qvNN9lVrE8
— Prime Video (@PrimeVideo) March 1, 2021