The upcoming release of the latest instalment of the Ultraviolet franchise will be available online from Friday.
While the first film was a big hit, the sequel is set to be a huge hit.
The new film will be the first to be released on UltraViolet, a subscription-based service that allows fans to watch digital content on demand for free.
In the US, UltraViracy.com offers both a basic membership ($19.99 a month) and a “Ultimate” subscription (up to $49.99 for 12 months).
The Ultimate version costs $24.99 per month and includes access to the entire series of movies, including the original Ultraviolet movies, plus a subscription to all future films.
The film will also be available to stream via a subscription, which is available through the US service on Vimeo, Google Play, Apple TV, Roku, Apple Player, PlayStation Vue, Amazon Prime, and the Disney app.
In Australia, UltraVIZ.com is offering both a Basic membership ($15.99) and an Ultimate membership ($34.99).
Both subscriptions are available through Australian Vimeo and YouTube.
It’s worth noting that if you purchase an UltraVIZA.com Premium membership, you get access to all of the content on UltraVIza.com, plus access to a wide variety of new UltraVIRacy.tv videos and videos created by UltraVIZZ.tv, the largest online video platform for UltraVIZE and UltraVIZIZ.tv creators.
The two subscriptions are also available for purchase in the US on Apple TV and Roku.
If you’re in the UK, you can also get the latest Ultraviolet movie from the BBC, starring John Hurt, on UltraTV.
This week’s Ultraviolet trailer, which was created by the BBC and features the voices of Harry Styles and Sophie Hunter, was released last week, and you can watch it below.