Sony Movies Like Uncharted and Spider-Man Will Stream Exclusively on Netflix From 2022

Published 04/09/2021, 2:22 PM EDT


Sony, the producer of several award-winning games and films recently signed a deal with Netflix that gives the streaming platform exclusive rights to stream its movies. However, this deal will begin in 2022. As a result, upcoming titles like Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man: No Way Home will not be a part of this deal.

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Netflix global film head, Scott Stuber, spoke to gameinformer regarding the recent deal. He said, “Sony Pictures is a great partner, and we are thrilled to expand our relationship through this forward-thinking agreement. This not only allows us to bring their impressive slate of beloved film franchises and new IP to Netflix in the U.S., but it also establishes a new source of first-run films for Netflix movie lovers worldwide.”

Sony and Netflix to start collaboration in 2022

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Although Netflix will miss out on upcoming Sony titles, they will surely enjoy a successful 2022. In 2022 Sony plans to resume its pre-covid theatrical strategy. This involves releasing 15-20 films a year alongside Netflix exclusives.

Some films to look out for in 2022 include Morbius, Uncharted, Bullet Train, and Where the Crawdads Sing. Morbius will feature the renowned actor, Jared Leto. In this movie, he plays a biochemist who turns himself into a vampire while attempting to cure his rare blood disease.

Gaming fans can also look forward to the beloved PlayStation exclusive, Uncharted, hitting screens in 2021. The movie will feature Tom Holland as Nathan Drake as he scours the island for hidden treasure and mysteries.

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As of now, neither company has given a set date from which this collaboration will begin. However, Netflix has taken to Twitter to announce the major deal to their fans, and Sony Pictures Entertainment’s Keith Le Goy told Variety that the company is excited to get started on the next step of its journey in the cinematic world.

What do you think about this collaboration? Who do you think this deal favors more? Are you a Netflix subscriber and if so, will this impact your subscription? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Aaron Dias is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently, he is a student at Xaviers College and is heavily invested in eSports. His interest in eSports began when he was young, with titles like FIFA, WWE, and Grand Theft Auto.

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