"I Still Believe" is coming to DVD and Blu-ray in May
Thanks to the theater shutdowns, I Still Believe is releasing on DVD and Blu-ray a little earlier than expected. It will be available in May.
By Mads Lennon
March 26, 2020
I Still Believe is a heartwrenching new Christian romance drama starring Britt Robertson and K.J. Apa. The film is based on the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp and the tragic loss of his first wife to ovarian cancer.
Unfortunately, the film suffered from the many theater closures as of late. It wound up getting released to VOD early for a 48-hour rental period. Now, it will be released on DVD and Blu-ray earlier than expected.
Update Mar. 26: Amazon has since removed the release date. Dates for many movies are being released on Amazon and then retroactively removed. This is likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will follow up with the release date once it’s been confirmed.
For those who are eager to own a physical copy of the movie, you’ll only have to wait until May 5. It is available to pre-order on either format on Amazon right now. If you do so soon, then you’ll be guaranteed to get the lowest price with the Amazon Price Guarantee up until its release date.
There isn’t a confirmed Digital release date for purchase just yet. That will likely be some time just before the DVD release date. We’ll update when we have more information.
Even though you can pre-order the movie now, there is a possibility of a delay due to Amazon’s focus on shipping essential items. However, since the film isn’t releasing until May, there is a good chance things will be closer to being back on track by that time. At this moment, it’s a little unclear how things will pan out in the coming months. We also don’t know what special features will be included alongside the film just yet.
Despite its sad story, audiences seem to have received the film positively.