‘Emma’ director Autumn de Wilde is pleased about the film’s early digital release as she hopes it provides comfort for viewers during the coronavirus crisis.
The flick is among a number of movies, including ‘The Invisible Man’ and ‘Trolls World Tour’, which have received early home releases as a result of cinemas being shut as a result of the pandemic.
Autumn told Variety that the Twitter reaction to the film, which stars Anya Taylor-Joy and Bill Nighy, shows that it will provide comfort those during difficult times.
She said: “They were all writing to me, begging me. Please ask them to release it on demand! All I want to do when I’m stuck in my house is watch Emma!
“There’s someone who’s seen it seven