Fatherhood Blu-ray Release Date Revealed

Fatherhood Blu-ray Release Date Revealed

Sony Pictures reveals the official Blu-ray release date for Kevin Hart’s parenting drama Fatherhood, which premiered on Netflix last year.

Sony shares the Blu-ray release date for the Kevin Hart movie Fatherhood. Helmed by Paul Weitz (About a Boy), the film stars Hart as a struggling father attempting to raise his young daughter alone after the tragic death of his wife. Based on Matthew Logelin’s 2011 book Two Kisses for Maddy: A Memoir of Loss and Love, the screenplay was penned by Weitz and City of Angels writer Dana Stevens, with production commencing in 2019 across Quebec and Massachusetts. The film was originally set for a theatrical run before, like many movies that came out around that time, repetitive delays caused by COVID-19 resulted in its Netflix debut on June 18, 2021.


Now, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment reveals that Fatherhood will become available to purchase on Blue-ray on June 14. With a PG-13 rating for some strong language and suggestive material, Fatherhood is also due to become available through digital and DVD on the same date.

Related: Fatherhood Cast & Character Guide

Praised for its emotional relatability and the performance of its ensemble cast, Fatherhood currently holds a 67% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Particular recognition was also given to Hart who, though normally known for his comedy work on movies like Ride Along, was applauded for his faithful depiction of Fatherhood’s source material and heart-warming chemistry with his on-screen daughter Melody Hurd (Them). Other cast members include film star Alfre Woodard (Hill Street Blues, Clemency) as Logelin’s mother-in-law, Lil Rel Howery (Get Out) as his close friend Jordan, and DeWanda Wise (She’s Gotta Have It) as his eventual love interest Lizzie.

More: Fatherhood True Story: How Much Of Kevin Hart’s New Film Is Real?

Source: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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