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Line Of Duty gets a release date on Lionsgate Play - Here's when the Aaron Eckhart starrer releases

Line Of Duty is directed by Steven C Miller and will have a re-release on Lionsgate Play this month.

Line Of Duty gets a release date on Lionsgate Play - Here's when the Aaron Eckhart starrer releases
Line of Duty Release Date

Last Updated: 04.37 PM, Jun 03, 2024


With Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga in theaters now, action genre fans are having a great time but also craving more. While George Miller fans eagerly await his next film, there are other exciting options available for streaming. Filmmaker Steven C. Miller, known for his distinct action style, is set to entertain audiences on Lionsgate Play. His movie Line Of Duty is about to get a second life on streaming, and we now have the release date for the film. The wait is not long; below is all you need to know about this exciting update.

Line Of Duty Release Date

Lionsgate Play has been ensuring constant entertainment by continuously churning out shows and movies, including numerous re-releases. Titles like Wanted Man, Vigil, The Beekeeper, and more have kept the audience engaged. The streamer recently listed Line Of Duty, starring Aaron Eckhart, in their coming soon section, leaving fans eager. It turns out the release date is set for June, and we have discovered that the movie will be available on Lionsgate Play from June 14.

According to the latest update, Lionsgate Play has already prepared for the release of Line Of Duty. The action thriller will begin streaming on June 14, coinciding with the release of The Iron Claw starring Zac Efron on the same platform. Both films can be watched with an OTTplay Premium subscription.


About Line Of Duty

Line Of Duty stars Aaron Eckhart as a disgraced cop who goes rogue and finds himself in a race against time to find a kidnapped victim after he accidentally kills the abductor. The film also features Courtney Eaton, Jessica Lu, Dina Meyer, Ben McKenzie, and Giancarlo Esposito. With high-octane action sequences and engaging drama, the movie has entertained audiences on the big screen.

“Frank is that quintessential Hollywood down-and-out cop; he’s been through it and he’s a little rough around the edges,” Aaron Eckhart told EW about the part. “He’s had some upsetting incidents in his career and life and he’s sort of recovering from all that. He’s been demoted to the foot beat, talking to his constituents on the corner, and then it all breaks loose.”

Line Of Duty will stream on Lionsgate Play starting June 14 and can be accessed with an OTTplay Premium subscription. Stay tuned to OTTplay for more information on this and everything else from the world of streaming and films.

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