Sony Pictures has announced that it will soon offer its film library and upcoming film releases to Disney’s streaming platforms. The announcement comes after Netflix and Sony’s recent deal that allows Netflix to acquire Sony’s latest releases first before heading to Disney.
This new deal between Sony and Disney will cover all of Sony’s releases from 2022 through 2026 as well as some titles in its library. The films will be available across several Disney-owned platforms – including Hulu, Disney+, and even TV networks like ABC and the Disney Channel. Some of the titles subscribers can look forward to including Hotel Transylvania, and Jumanji, as well as upcoming releases like Morbius, Bullet Train, and Uncharted.
Joining the existing Marvel titles on Disney+ are the Sony-owned Spider-Man films. Fans will soon be able to enjoy Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on Disney+ as well as its upcoming sequel.
“This groundbreaking agreement reconfirms the unique and enduring value of our movies to film lovers and the platforms and networks that serve them. We are thrilled to team up with Disney on delivering our titles to their viewers and subscribers. This agreement cements a key piece of our film distribution strategy, which is to maximize the value of each of our films, by making them available to consumers across all windows with a wide range of key partners.” says Keith Le Goy president of worldwide distribution and networks at Sony Pictures Entertainment.