Paramount reveals that it will be dramatically shortening the time between the theatrical and streaming releases for some of its biggest films this year. Fans can expect Mission: Impossible 7 and A Quiet Place Part II to debut on Paramount+ just 45 days after it first hits theaters nationwide.
Paramount is not the only production company looking to jump straight in to streaming. Universal, which has a deal with AMC, is offering films as paid digital rentals 17 days after the films hit theaters, while Warner Bros. is slated to run all its 2021 blockbusters on HBO Max. Studios have made it clear that this 2021, they are placing their emphasis on streaming services.
The company has also announced that many of its future blockbuster hits will stream exclusively on its own Paramount+ streaming platform after its theatrical debuts. Some films fans can expect on Paramount+ include, Snake Eyes, Top Gun: Maverick and the upcoming Dungeons & Dragons film. However, it is important to note that the studio has not confirmed when these films will be officially available to stream.
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