Mission: Impossible 7 & A Quiet Place 2 will air 45 days after theatrical release
Paramount Plus, a rebrand and expansion of CBS All Access, is about to get a big break before its launch on March 4. According to Variety, the highest grossing films Mission: Impossible 7 and the retarded A quiet place, part II It will be available for broadcast on the platform 45 days after its theatrical release.
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The announcement was made during ViacomCBS Investor Day, which was specifically aimed at promoting the new streaming service. According to the exchange, Paramount Plus also adjusted its pay TV production agreement with Epix to provide more than 2,500 films for subscribers in addition to the latest releases.
Before the pandemic, a 90-day theatrical presentation was the mandate of the films before studios could release them on home video. Now, everything has changed and the studios are modifying this previous arrangement. Warner Bros. was the first to walk through the door when it decided to release its entire library of 2021 movies on HBO Max on the same day they were released in theaters. Universal offers its movies on premium video-on-demand platforms after 17 days in theaters. Therefore, the 45-day period offered by Paramount is, in Variety’s words, “frankly generous.”
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However, during the ViacomCBS investor’s day presentation, Paramount studio head Jim Gianopulos said the studio is still committed to theatrical releases, although it will continue to seek a 30-day window for most of its films. and 45 days for bigger movies like the above Mission Impossible sequel and next Top Gun: Maverick.
At this time, W: 7 is scheduled for a theatrical release on November 19 while A quiet place, part II will hit theaters on September 17.