After premiering on Netflix on May 30th, Bo Burnham’s Inside, which was filmed during quarantine, will come to theaters for one day only on July 22.
Bo Burnham‘s latest comedy special Inside will have a one-day-only theatrical release. Inside released on Netflix on May 30 and Bo Burnham: Inside (The Songs) came to Spotify shortly after on June 9. The musical comedian got his start on YouTube in the late 2000s and quickly became a sensation. He released his first comedic album titled Bo fo Sho in 2010. He also has been granted a series of comedy specials. Along with Inside, he has starred in Comedy Central Presents: Bo Burnham; Words, Words, Words; What., and Make Happy. Inside was filmed by Burnham throughout quarantine, with the whole movie taking place inside his home.
Deadline confirms that Burnham’s Inside will come to movie theaters nationwide on July 22 for a one-day run. Inside’s theatrical release is the result of a collaboration between Netflix and Iconic Events. Burnham fans and moviegoers alike can check what theaters are playing the movie by going to the official Bo Burnham: Inside website.
Inside is his fifth comedy special and arguably most successful as it is the first to get a theatrical run. Even though it is only a one-day showing, it’s a testament to the respect people have for him and love for his special. Even though Netflix subscribers can stream it for free, there is enough demand that fans will pay the extra money to have that theatrical experience. Inside deals with a topic that many artists have been too scared to touch, quarantine, and it seems like Burnham’s bravery to go where few comedians have gone so far is paying off.
Source: Bo Burnham: Inside, Deadline
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