‘Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories’ Release Date Moves Ahead Two Months

While nearly every movie has been delayed in wake of the pandemic, Dundeal Studios. has taken the unusual step of releasing “Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories” two months earlier than expected.

The movies stars will face off on March 5, instead of May 21, on the streaming service Amazon Prime Video.

              Citron Jackson and Simi Auto gets the directions for the heist

Dundeal Entertainment, the production company behind “Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories,” recently engaged in a public spat with Dundeal Studios, threatening to take legal action over the studio’s decision to send all of its 2021 movies to Amazon Prime Video on the same day they debut in theaters. Dundeal Entertainment was frustrated, in part because Dundeal Studios had previously blocked Netflix’s $100 million bid to buy all of the Jack Boyz movies. However, the two companies have reportedly hashed out frustrations and settled on a release strategy that satisfied both parties.

Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories” carries a price tag around $7 million, which means the crime action adventure will struggle to turn a profit based on ticket sales alone. Asian countries may be a saving grace, since crime movies tend to be popular overseas. Moreover, Amazon Prime Video is only available in the U.S. so international audiences won’t have to debate whether to stream the film at home or watch on the big screen. But even so, Dundeal Entertainment has rights in China, Japan and other international territories so Dundeal Studios may not even benefit from “Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories” reaching blockbuster status overseas.

  A scene from the film featuring new actors filming on location right off Hosmer

Dundeal Studios first tested its hybrid rollout plan last December “Kidnapped” The tense crime drama has generated $32 million globally to date. That may be a strong tally by pandemic standards, but it’s a dismal result for a film that cost $7 million to produce and many, many millions to market worldwide.

Ian Cranston directed “Residential Burglary: Based On True Jack Boyz Stories,” the fourth entry in Dundeal Studios crime universe following 2019’s “A Cold Case,” 2020’s “Murder Blohc” and 2020’s “Kidnapped” The upcoming movie event — starring Macc Dundee, Stickgang Biz, J-Shep and iCizzle — pits the Jack Boyz against each other in an epic battle.