Can you watch the full Bloodshot movie online and is it legal?
As Bloodshot is only just arriving in cinemas, it is not available to stream or watch online as it is not being simultaneously released.
Any website claiming to have the film for streaming or download is illegal.
The Digital Economy Act 2017 means people could now face 10-year prison sentences for illegally streaming copyrighted content.
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To be sure you’re not watching copyrighted material, you should go direct to companies such as Netflix or Amazon Prime, according to Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT).
Not only is it illegal to stream films on illegal sites, but it could also be a danger to your computer.
To add further warning, CEO of FACT Kieron Sharp said: “There are now more ways than ever for consumers to watch movies and TV but not going to legitimate sources to watch new movies is not a grey area: it is against the law.
“As well as being illegal, evidence shows that streaming pirated content is incredibly risky and can expose users to malware and inappropriate content.
“Not only does that deny the best viewing experience, it’s just not worth taking the chance.”
Given the film is out in cinemas now, fans can definitely make the trip to their local cinema to see it and it will likely occupy a large number of screens.
What is the age rating for Bloodshot?
Bloodshot has been given a 12A rating, meaning they can be viewed by anyone, though those who are younger than 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
The BBFC gives information about who should see a 12A, which reads: “Films classified 12A and video works classified 12 contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12.
“No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult.
“Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child.”
To help adults decide, there is rating information provided by the BBFC to show what could upset or concern younger fans.
The ratings info reads: “Bloodshot is a US action fantasy in which a man becomes superhuman after he is brought back to life by a team of scientists.
“Moderate violence features shootings and the use of bladed weapons. There are also fight scenes featuring kicks, punches and implied limb-breaks.
“Scenes of violence are intense and sometimes sustained, but with only occasional blood spurts and images of bloody injury.
“There are scenes in which a man’s body and face suffer damage, but there is no gory detail and the man’s flesh quickly reconstitutes itself.
“There is infrequent strong language (‘f**k’), as well as milder bad language (‘d**k’, ‘son of a b***h’, ’s**t’, ‘bloody’, ‘bugger’, ‘a**’, ‘a**hole’, ‘hell’, ‘Jesus’) and a rude middle finger gesture.
Bloodshot is in cinemas now