How to Watch ‘Capone’ On Demand

Do you have plans this Tuesday? Of course you don’t! None of us do! But the good news is that Capone is now on-demand. For those who don’t know, Capone is a biographical crime film starring Tom Hardy as the infamous Italian-American gangster, Al Capone, in the last year of his life. From director Josh Trank (the guy who brought you both the beloved Chronicle and the widely-panned Fantastic Four), Capone was originally intended to have a theatrical release. But, like many several other films now, Vertical Entertainment opted instead for a digital release, given theaters worldwide are shut down for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic. Trank tweeted that he still hoped the film would play in theaters later this year.

That’s good news for anyone stuck at home who might want to see Tom Hardy play a geriatric wise guy to pass the time. Here’s how to watch Capone on demand, starring Hardy, Linda Cardellini, Matt Dillon, Kyle MacLachlan, Kathrine Narducci, Jack Lowden, Noel Fisher, and Tilda Del Toro.

Is Capone on VOD?

As of today, Capone is available to buy or rent on-demand. While some first-run films have been experimenting with new kinds of digital releases, Capone‘s release is essentially the same as a normal VOD release.

In other words, if you buy the film, it’s yours to watch over and over again, as many times as you want, for as long as you want. If you rent the film, it’s yours to watch for up to 30 days, but once you hit play on the movie, you only have 48 hours to finish the film. Choose wisely!

How much does Capone cost?

Prices for Capone vary by platform. On Amazon Prime and iTunes, Capone costs $9.99 to rent and $14.99 to buy. On YouTube and Vudu, Capone is both $9.99 to rent and $9.99 to buy. On FandangoNow, Capone is $9.99 to rent, $12.99 to buy in SD, and $14.99 to buy in HD. You have lots of options. Only you can decide how much you want to pay to see Tom Hardy crap himself.

Where to watch Capone on demand:

You can buy or rent Capone on Amazon Prime, iTunes, Fandango Now, Vudu, and wherever else you purchase digital content.

Where to watch Capone

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