Chance the Rapper's 'Slice' Film Is Now Free for Amazon Prime Subscribers

Chance the Rapper Slice
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Chance the Rapper in the trailer for Slice.

Chance the Rapper's feature-film debut Slice only hit theaters for just 24 hours last month and later became available for purchase on Amazon. Now, the e-commerce giant is allowing its Amazon Prime subscribers to watch the flick for free as of Tuesday.

The film stars Chano -- alongside Atlanta's Zazie Beetz, Hannibal Buress, Joe Keery of Stranger Things and more -- as a pizza delivery boy, who secretly doubles as a werewolf. People begin disappearing from the town and it's all traced back to the Chicago native and the haunted pizza parlor he works at.

Outside of his Hollywood dreams, the 25-year-old is remaining active in the community of his hometown. In October alone, the Coloring Book artist has pledged $1 million to mental health services in Chicago and publicly endorsed Amara Enyia for city mayor. 

Stream the film for free if you're an Amazon Prime member. For the rest of you, get a look at the Slice trailer below. 

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