‘Mission Impossible 7’, ‘Top Gun 2’ and ‘A Quiet Place 2’ will be streaming sooner rather than later

According to Variety, “Mission Impossible 7,” “A Quiet Place – Part 2,” “Top Gun: Maverick” and “007: No Time to Die” will air sooner than expected.

Paramount Pictures has announced that these films will debut exclusively in theaters as scheduled, but they will have a short window to stream.

After 45 days, the movies will be available to stream Paramount +.

Currently, ‘Mission Impossible 7’ is set to hit theaters on November 17th and ‘A Quiet Place – Part 2’ is scheduled for September 17th.

Paramount also announced a deal with MGM that will allow its films to air on Paramount +, including ‘007: No Time to Die’ – Daniel Craig’s farewell to the franchise.

“We know how to make success,” said Bob Bakish, CEO of the company. “ViacomCBS has been and remains a creator of consistent success across genres, demographics, formats and platforms.”

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The announcement was made on ViacomCBS Investor Day today (24) and is a direct response to the pandemic crisis that has plagued the film industry since last year.

Check out our reactions to ‘A Quiet Place – Part 2’:

CinePOP traveled to New York to watch # UmLugarSilencioso2 and bring you the first reactions! The film returns to accompany the Abbott family after the appearance of the monstrous creatures moved by noise, and we finally discover their origin. pic.twitter.com/sHb60heksA

– CinePOP (@cinepop) March 7, 2020

The movie isn’t as innovative as the first one, and neither could it. But this is provided by a script which is right to dig deeper into the apocalyptic events and make us even more anxious for a third part, which MUST HAPPEN! March 19 in theaters!

– CinePOP (@cinepop) March 7, 2020

Even more comfortable with the role, actress Emily Blunt toasts us with her best performance yet, passing all of the mother’s ANGERIA trying to protect her children, but the shining one is Millicent Simmonds. After stealing the show in the first film, she took on the role.

– CinePOP (@cinepop) March 7, 2020

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