Ghost has confirmed the streaming release of its debut film, Rite Here Rite Now.
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Ghost has confirmed the streaming release of its debut film, Rite Here Rite Now.

Ghost are about to release their first film, Rite here, rite nowfor worldwide online release later this month.

The theatrical release follows a limited theatrical release in June, which grossed over $5 million during its four-day theatrical run. The film, which combines live concert footage of Ghost at the Forum in Inglewood, California, with a narrative storyline, also features the premiere of a new song, “The Future Is a Foreign Land.”

Fans who missed the theatrical screenings will have the opportunity to catch the film on the Veeps streaming platform starting July 20. The online premiere will include exclusive bonus content, as per the Veeps website: “Your ticket includes access to an exclusive Q&A with Ghost mastermind Tobias Forge, co-director Alex Ross Perry and live director Jim Parsons, captured at the film’s London premiere.”

The film captures the finale of Ghost’s two sold-out nights of their RE-IMPERATOUR tour at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles. It aims to give viewers an immersive experience of the Grammy-winning, theatrical rock band, delivering what is described as a “both grandiloquent and intimate cinematic portrait of GHOST.”