Roadside Attractions’ comedy Summer Camp is gearing up for its digital streaming debut, arriving on VOD and digital platforms later this month. Written and directed by Castille Landon, the film stars a stellar ensemble cast including Diane Keaton, Kathy Bates, Alfre Woodard, Beverly D’Angelo, Nicole Richie, Josh Peck, Betsy Sodaro, Dennis Haysbert, and Eugene Levy.

What is the movie ‘Summer Camp’ about?

Summer Camp follows the story of lifelong friends Nora (Diane Keaton), Ginny (Kathy Bates), and Mary (Alfre Woodard), who forged an unbreakable bond during their childhood summers at camp. As the years have passed, their reunions have become increasingly rare. When an opportunity for a summer camp reunion arises, they all agree to attend—some with excitement, others with reluctance. Despite the unexpected turns their lives have taken, the reunion becomes a poignant reminder of how much they mean to each other and why their friendship has endured the test of time.

What is the digital streaming release date for ‘Summer Camp’?

Having launched in US theaters on May 31st, Summer Camp is set to delight audiences at home beginning June 25th, 2024.

Is ‘Summer Camp’ on Netflix, Prime Video, or Max?

No. Summer Camp is not available to stream on Netflix, Prime Video, or Max, and by the looks of it, those streaming options wouldn’t fit for the title. Since this is a Roadside Attractions movie, we can assume that when the time comes, the film will eventually make its streaming debut on Hulu. We are making this guess based on the deal that the studio made for their movies after the theatrical release.

When does ‘Summer Camp’ come out on streaming?

Since the movie hasn’t yet hit digital, it’s not possible to say when Summer Camp will come out on streaming (preferably on Hulu). If we are to make a calculated guess based on other releases, the movie should debut on Hulu in about 3 months’ time, i.e., somewhere in September.

Is ‘Summer Camp’ available to rent or buy digitally?

Summer Camp is now available to Buy/Rent here at 6.99$ and 14.99$ respectively.

Watch the trailer here:

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