Surprise! You Can Now Watch ‘M3GAN’ From Home

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retailer may receive certain auditable data for accounting purposes. After scaring up more than $124 million at the box office, M3GAN is setting her sites on VOD. The

horror film about a lifelike doll who goes rogue was released to Prime Video and other digital platforms on Tuesday (Jan. 24).More from BillboardWatch Blake Shelton Declare

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Season 2 for Free Online The plot centers around a Gemma (Allison Williams) a tech professional who becomes caretaker to her 8-year-old niece, Cady (Violet McGraw), after the

girl’s parents die in a car accident. Gemma has trouble juggling her newfound parenting role and busy job, so she gifts Cady with an artificially intelligent doll (created by her

job) to keep her company. The doll, voiced by Jenna Davis, starts out nice enough, but things start to backfire when she rebels against Gemma, goes on a rampage and kills

several people — including the neighbor’s dog. Ronny Chieng, Brian Jordan Alvarez, Jen Van Epps, Lori Dungey and Stephane Garneau-Monton star in the film from Universal

Pictures/Blumhouse.   M3GAN is directed by Gerard Johnstone, from a screenplay written by Akela Cooper and based on a story by Cooper and James Wan. The film is produced

by Wan and Jason Blum.