Mission Impossible 7 hit theaters on Paramount + 45 days after premiere

Paramount shortens the time between the premiere of new movies in theaters and the premiere on their own new streaming service. They do that for major movies made by Paramount Pictures. It applies to Mission: Impossible 7, A Quiet Place Part II and Paw Patrol: The Movie, among others. 45 days after their debut in theaters on Paramount +.

Streaming service that will do things slightly differently

It is not surprising that Paramount + is going to do this. The corona pandemic is a major problem for many entrepreneurs, but it also offers opportunities for, for example, the earnings model of the online streaming service. Previously, bigger movies showing on the service are likely to attract new subscribers.

Paramount also says that future films from the production company will be streamed exclusively on Paramount + after they hit theaters. It concerns the films Snake Eyes, Clifford, Top Gun: Maverick and the new film from Dungeons & Dragons.

Also other movies on Paramount +

In addition, Paramount is licensed for movies from MGM, such as the upcoming James Bond movie No Time To Die and Creed 3 which will be on Paramount + in the future. will be streamed.

Starting March 4, it’s Paramount + ‘s turn. The new streaming service will first be available in the United States and Latin America.

Mission: Impossible 7

Tom Cruise plays the role of super spy Ethan Hunt for the seventh time. And will this time also be joined by Simon Pegg as Benji and Ving Rhames as Luther. Other roles include Vanessa Kirby, Rebecca Ferguson, Hayley Atwell, Henry Czerny, and Pom Klementieff. The film is still in production.

There are some backstage images on YouTube. But more is not yet known. The film is expected in November 2021.

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