Sony to Netflix to… Mouse.

Ha! Was able to match the original scansion. Anyway: “Disney has set a massive movie licensing pact with Sony Pictures for the U.S. that promises to bring Spider-Man and other Marvel properties to Disney Plus starting with Sony’s 2022 release slate… The agreement comes on the heels of Sony’s output deal with Netflix for titles in the lucrative post-theatrical release Pay 1 window.”

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Sony allies with Netflix in the Streaming Wars.

That’s what somebody on Sonny’s Twitter thread is calling it, at least, and he’s not wrong. I really wish Paramount would do the same thing, preferably with a service I’m already subscribed to. There are too many combatants in the Streaming Wars as it is.

Netflix picks up REDWALL for animated series.

I am mostly surprised this hasn’t happened already.

Brian Jacques’ beloved “Redwall” books are being adapted into a feature film and TV series thanks to a new rights deal between Netflix and Penguin Random House Children. The fantasy novels have sold 30 million copies globally and have attracted an avid following with their tales of heroism, villainy and derring do all played out by mice, moles, hares and badgers. Think J.R.R. Tolkien with cuddlier protagonists.

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The Incredibly Blasphemous and I’ve Already Cleared My Calendar For It WARRIOR NUN Netflix trailer.

Yeah. I’m a weak-willed man. Nuns with super-powers, nuns with chain mail and blue-glowing swords, nuns with automatic rifles, nuns with shotgunsWARRIOR NUN knows its panders. Hopefully, it’ll be able to live up to it, too. MOTHERLAND: FORT SALEM couldn’t quite sustain my interest, although I may give it another shot. Out July 2nd.

Tweet of the Day, So WHY Is This An April Fools’ Joke? edition.

I mean, sure, I get that they’re not reviving Brisco County, Jr. But they could! And even if it’s just for a season, it’s still in Netflix’s wheelhouse.