Los Angeles, May 24 (PTI) Jon Stewart's political comedy "Irresistible" is the latest film to head straight to video on-demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The Focus Features film, which was scheduled for a May 29 theatrical release, will now be play in homes on June 26, reported Deadline.

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Starring Steve Carrell and Rose Byrne, the movie will be available for the 48-hour rental price of USD 19.99 on platforms such as Amazon, Apple, Comcast, DirecTV, Fandango, Google/YouTube, Microsoft, Sony, among others.

"Irresistible" will still play theatrically starting the weekend of June 26, in the cinemas that are open.

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It also stars Chris Cooper, Topher Grace, and Mackenzie Davis.

The film follows a Democratic political consultant (Carell) who helps a retired Marine colonel (Cooper) run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town.

Stewart, who previously directed incarceration drama "Rosewater", has also penned the script.

The project, also backed by Brad Pitt's Plan B Entertainment, also has Stewart as producer. PTI

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