Paramount Plus Is Adding Over 1,000 Movies, Including Infinite, Skyfall, Sonic The Hedgehog
The streaming platform's film selection is set to increase dramatically.
ViacomCBS's streaming service Paramount+ is adding more than 1,000 movies this week, according to Variety. The platform is the rebranded and expanded CBS All Access which launched in March.
The biggest new film arriving on the service is Infinite, the sci-fi action thriller starring Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor. The movie was original intended for a theatrical release in September, but last month it was announced that it will debut on Paramount+ instead. It releases on June 10.
In terms of older films, high profile new additions include Terminator: Dark Fate, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Sonic the Hedgehog, Skyfall, Dora and the Lost City of Gold, Rocketman, Like a Boss, Fighting with My Family, and The Wolf of Wall Street.
Paramount+ will also be the home for Universal's big movies once they leave theaters. In March, it was announced that films will hit the service 45 days after the theatrical release. This means that A Quiet Place: Part II could arrive in early July, although the studio is yet to confirm a streaming date for the hit horror sequel. Other big upcoming movies that will find a home on Paramount+ include No Time To Die, Top Gun Maverick, and Mission impossible 7.
Paramount is also producing a variety of films exclusively for the service, including the seventh movie in the Paranormal Activity series and a sequel to the Stephen King adaptation Pet Sematary.
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