“Strange World” is an upcoming science fiction movie directed by James Wan and written by Bragi F. Schut. The film is set to release on November 4, 2022, in the United States. The movie stars Chris Pine, Mark Strong, and Charlotte Vega in leading roles.
The story of “Strange World” follows a group of astronauts who travel through a wormhole and end up in a parallel universe. In this universe, they find themselves stranded on an unknown planet, where they have to survive and find a way back home.
As of now, the movie has not been released, and there is no official information about the platforms where it will be available for online streaming. However, it is expected that the movie will be available on various online streaming platforms after its release in theaters.
In the United States, the movie ticket prices for “Strange World” may vary depending on the theater, location, and time of the day. On average, the price for a movie ticket in the US ranges from $9 to $15. However, some theaters may charge higher prices for special showings, 3D movies, or IMAX.
For those who prefer watching movies from the comfort of their homes, they can wait for the movie to become available on online streaming platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and HBO Max. The prices for these platforms vary, and viewers can choose a subscription plan based on their preferences and budget.
Netflix is one of the most popular streaming platforms, with a subscription plan starting from $8.99 per month for the basic plan, $13.99 per month for the standard plan, and $17.99 per month for the premium plan. Amazon Prime Video also offers a subscription plan that costs $8.99 per month or $119 per year, which includes various other perks like free shipping and access to Amazon’s music library.
HBO Max is a new streaming platform that has gained popularity due to its vast collection of movies and TV shows. The subscription plan for HBO Max costs $14.99 per month, which includes access to all of HBO’s original content, movies, and TV shows from various networks.