Paramount+ Plans to Debut One Original Movie a Week Beginning in 2022 - Hollywood Reporter
May 06, 2021 1 min, 29 secs

Before that, Antoine Fuqua's sci-fi pic 'Infinite' — starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor — will forgo a theatrical release and go straight to the streamer this June.

Infinite, a sci-fi thriller starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor and directed by Antoine Fuqua for the conglomerate’s Paramount Pictures, will bypass a theatrical release and debut directly on the streamer in the U.S.

ViacomCBS is following the suit of other major studios that are trying to promote their streaming services by sending new movies straight to streaming, although the company has previously stressed that it continues to support a robust theatrical release for many of its biggest titles, at least for six weeks.

The CEO said 1,000 additional movies will go live on the streamer in early June, “with additional titles following through July, bringing the total to over 2,500.” He added: “Hits like The Avengers and Skyfall will be available on the service soon, as well as a bunch of great Paramount films like Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, Rocketman, Sonic the Hedgehog and more.” Paramount in February unveiled a new deal with Epix that also gives the studio more flexibility in its post-theatrical windowing strategy, allowing for new and library titles to become available on Paramount+.

In addition, new original movies like Paranormal Activity and The In Between will premiere on Paramount+ by the end of ’21.”.

In 2022, Paramount hopes to further strengthen its original film offerings, with Bakish saying, “all of this is a preview to a substantial ramping up of original movies next year, when we expect to begin averaging an original movie a week in 2022.”.

The screen story is by Todd Stein, the screenplay by Ian Shorr, and the film is produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Mark Vahradian, Mark Huffam, John Zaozirny, Wahlberg and Stephen Levinson

1. Birthday Honours 2021: Covid vaccine heroes recognised by Queen - BBC News
Jun 11, 2021 # entertainment 2 mins, 27 secs
2. EXCLUSIVE China's IPO-bound Didi probed for antitrust violations - sources - Reuters
Jun 17, 2021 # politics 57 secs
3. Florida's board of education bans critical race theory in public schools
Jun 10, 2021 # breaking 25 secs
4. Peloton Bike+ Was Vulnerable to Remote Hacking, Researchers Find - Gizmodo
Jun 16, 2021 # technology 38 secs
5. E3 2021: all the news and announcements - The Verge
Jun 12, 2021 # technology 18 secs
6. Ibuprofen Superior to Codeine for Postsurgery Pain - Healthline
Jun 14, 2021 # health 1 min, 25 secs
7. Saudi Arabia executes man who allegedly committed crimes as a minor - CNN
Jun 16, 2021 # politics 50 secs
8. AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine linked to 'very small’ increased risk of bleeding, study says - Fox News
Jun 10, 2021 # health 1 min, 5 secs
9. Biden reveals 9 ambassador nominations, including Thomas Nides, 'Sully' Sullenberger - Fox News
Jun 15, 2021 # politics 42 secs
10. Two Monkeypox cases discovered in UK - New York Post
Jun 12, 2021 # health 32 secs
11. NASA approves asteroid-hunting space telescope to monitor near-Earth objects - Fox News
Jun 12, 2021 # science 51 secs
12. Hell Yeah, Another Venus Mission Just Got the Green Light - Gizmodo
Jun 10, 2021 # science 41 secs
13. The 'Great Dimming' of Betelgeuse was caused by star gases - Engadget
Jun 16, 2021 # politics 22 secs
14. 300+ groups tell big businesses to ditch ALEC over voting restriction efforts
Jun 14, 2021 # breaking 38 secs
15. Rob Riggle accuses estranged wife of planting hidden camera in his home and stealing money: report - Fox News
Jun 14, 2021 # entertainment 33 secs
16. Aging process hasn’t slowed down for humans — we’re just not dying younger - Study Finds
Jun 16, 2021 # health 58 secs


Get monthly updates and free resources.


© Copyright 2021 365NEWSX - All RIGHTS RESERVED