Johnny Depp Movie ‘Jeanne Du Barry’ Gets Digital Streaming Release Date

The first picture in four years, Johnny Depp's Jeanne du Barry, will soon be available for digital streaming.  

The historical story of French King Louis XV (Depp) and his final mistress, commoner Jeanne (Maïwenn), is narrated by Jeanne du Barry.   

Renowned for her work in French film, Maïwenn is also the director of Jeanne du Barry, which debuted globally at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival.  

Tuesday saw the announcement by Vertical Entertainment that Jeanne du Barry will be available for digital streaming on May 21.  

The film will be accessible for purchase or rental via premium video on demand across a number of digital platforms.  

As digital rentals typically cost $5 less than the purchase price, Jeanne du Barry ought to be accessible for PVOD rental as well, costing $9.99. Once viewers start the movie, they can watch it for 48 hours.  

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According to The Numbers, Jeanne du Barry—which held its world premiere in London in April—grossed $7.1 million at the international box office. 

On the flip side, viewers embraced Jeanne du Barry, as the film received a stellar 95% positive Audience Score based on 50-plus verified users. 

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