‘Mission: Impossible 7’ and ‘A Quiet Place 2’ will be streaming only 45 days after release on Paramount Plus. Everybody got their pandemic streaming swagger!
Paramount ain’t exactly going full Warner Brothers, but they are acknowledging the current pandemic-based reality. The company announced that Mission: Impossible 7, A Quiet Place 2, and other movies will be streaming on Paramount+ a mere 45 days after release. Such a development pretty much sums up the current landscape, everyone has a fucking streaming service, and everyone is weary of the current box office.
Oh God, I totally couldn’t have envisioned this! Psyche! Tricked you! Darren Aronofsky and Paramount are battling over the final cut of the director’s eco-disaster biblical nightmare. Apparently Paramount somehow suffered the delusion that Aronofsky made accessible flicks, and saw fit to give him roughly 3-zillion dollars for this blockbuster. Supposed blockbuster. Probable failure.
I’m pretty excited for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, which has been in development for a bit now. Finally!, finally they’ve made their securement (is that a word? I think it is, nothing is coming up.) of funds official. Paramount and New Regency, come on down!
Darren Aronofsky wants Noah to be a huge-ass event bio-apocalypse flick starring Christian Bale. That takes many a cheddar to make happen, and Aronofsky has been trying to find funding for the project.
With reports that Paramount is joining the fray, that search seems over.