Sony Films Like Spider-Man Set for Disney+ and Hulu, but Long After Opening Release Day

Disney and Sony Pictures on Wednesday announced a major licensing agreement that will bring both library and upcoming film and TV titles to Disney+, Hulu, ABC, and FX and other Disney-owned cable channels.

The pact, which covers everything from “Spider-Man” to “Jumanji,” is as sure a sign as ever that Sony will not be launching its own streaming service.The deal gives Disney U.S.

streaming and TV rights for Sony’s new theatrical releases from 2022-2026 and begins for each film following its Pay One TV window.

Earlier this month Sony and Netflix announced a deal that will see the studio’s theatrical films sent to Netflix during the Pay One window, which begins after movies leave theaters and have been released on DVD/VOD.Under these pair of deals, distribution of Sony’s theatrical films will look like this: First to theaters, then to VOD/DVD, then to Netflix,

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