With the future of cinema still uncertain movie makers are looking at alternatives to make sure their movies get seen by a bigger audience, Paramount Pictures are indeed no different and although they are committed to releasing their big name releases to cinema they are looking at the possibility of streaming.
Since the rebranding of streaming platform CBS All Access to Paramount + it has been announced that A Quiet Place 2 and Mission Impossible 7 will both debut on the streaming service 45 days after theatrical release. This method definitely seems the way forward with the release of Tenet struggling somewhat due to many theatres closing looks like for now a streaming release is a safe bet.
Mission Impossible 7 is currently scheduled for release November 19th, with the last installment Mission Impossible:Fallout being the highest grossing of the franchise to date, totalling $791m worldwide those are definitely big shoes that need to be filled.
A Quiet Place 2 has previously been moved twice due to the pandemic, originally planned for March 20th release this was shelved to then be scheduled to a Labour Day release then it was ultimately moved to the now release date of September 17th, many fans are hoping this will be the release for the highly anticipated sequel.
Also announced is the Paw Patrol film will also be heading to Paramount +