June 16, 2021
Alamo On Demand, the streaming video service owned and operated by indie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse, is offering a 24-hour “Fast & Furious” movie marathon, beginning June 19 at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT.
Interested parties must create an account at Scener.com to stream the “Fast and Furious Forever Marathon,” which includes the first eight movies, the spinoff Hobbs & Shaw and F9 director Justin Lin’s 2002 film Better Luck Tomorrow.
Streamers can also purchase the first eight movies digitally for $48.99 through Alamo On Demand, while individual title rentals cost $3.99 each for a 48-hour window.
Alamo is offering a sweepstakes to streamer’s of the 24-hour marathon, whose winners will receive select “Fast Saga” merchandise from Universal Pictures.
Universal is debuting F9: The Fast Saga in U.S. theaters on June 25. The movie has already grossed nearly $300 million in foreign markets.