It has been announced that 'A Quiet Place Part II' and 'Mission: Impossible 7' are going to streaming after showing for 45 days in cinemas.

Both blockbusters are Paramount releases and are headed for the studio's streaming service, Paramount+, after their theatrical release. 'A Quiet Place Part II' was originally scheduled to hit cinemas in March last year.

After a couple of new dates got derailed, it seems to have settled on a September 17th release this year.

The sequel takes place immediately after the events of 2018's 'A Quiet Place' and is set in a post apocalyptic world where monsters attack any sound they hear.

'Mission: Impossible 7', the latest in the Tom Cruise-headed action franchise, was a production plagued with issues all through filming.

It's slated to arrive in theatres on November 19th.

Another Paramount release that is highly anticipated is 'Top Gun: Maverick', with a release date set for this summer on July 9th.

Both Netflix and Apple TV+ reportedly tried to buy the film for streaming, but Paramount refused.

Also title going to Paramount+ 45 days after its theatrical run is the animated movie 'Paw Patrol' on August 20th.