“Sing 2” Is Already Hitting Streaming Providers: Here’s How to Watch

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There’s nothing quite like an afternoon at the movies, but the pandemic and overall cost of loading up on tickets and concessions keeps lots of families away. Never fear, you won’t have to miss out on the newest installation of Sing!

A box office sensation, Vudu, Fandango’s premium video streaming service, has just announced that Sing 2 will be available starting Fri., Jan. 7! But wait, what is Vudu?

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The streaming service offers both free and paid rentals and purchases of thousands of television shows and films. You don’t need a subscription or paid plan to watch, and can purchase or rent as often as you like.

Vudu hasn’t released the price of the rental for Sing 2, but its predecessor, Sing is available to rent for $4 or to buy for $10. Make sure to create your free account and be ready come Jan. 7 to catch up with Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Taron Egerton and Bono!

––Karly Wood



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