A quiet place part II is only at the beginning of what appears to be a very successful theatrical release, and while John Krasinski’s horror film sequel is only in theaters, streaming offers and pressure from Netflix and HBO Max will keep the streaming window shorter than ever. The film is expected to be released on Paramount Plus around July 12th.
Thanks to Paramount’s new theater windowing agreement, A quiet place part II will reach the studio’s streaming service just 45 days after its first release in theaters. With this condensed window of the theater’s exclusivity, many studios are experimenting after the coronavirus pandemic, which prompted theaters to renegotiate their window agreements for a shorter period that is slightly cheaper for the studios.
While most studios made decisions similar to Paramount and shortened their time slots from the previous standard of around 90 days, some studios like Warner Bros. decided to eliminate the time slot completely and release movies directly on their HBO Max streaming service – at least for 2021.
While Paramount with movies like. doesn’t do anything so radical A quiet place part II, even the shorter timeframe is a decision that has not been well received by everyone. According to a Report from Bloomberg
Unfortunately, although Paramount has sold several films to Netflix in the past, it is unlikely A quiet place part II will appear as Paramount Plus on all other streaming services in the near future. But the good news is that you can probably enjoy it there sometime in July.