36: Streaming Into the Void – Episode 36 – Movies Are Headed Back to the Theater, But There’s Still Lots Coming to Streaming

This week, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel for the theatrical shutdown, but we run down a slew of new content announcements for streaming.

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Show Notes

‘Black Widow,’ ‘Cruella’ to Debut on Disney Plus and in Theaters as Disney Shifts Dates for Seven Films

Warner Bros Returns to Theater-Only Releases in 2022: 45-Day Window

Universal Shifts Summer Release For ‘F9’ Onto ‘Venom 2’s Date; ‘Minions: The Rise Of Gru’ Heads To 2022

Yankees, Amazon and YES Network announce 21 games will stream on Prime Video in 2021

Disney: ‘Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ Debut Beats ‘Mandalorian’

Mike Tyson Calls for Hulu Boycott Over Upcoming ‘Unauthorized’ Series About His Life

David Fincher Reunites With His ‘Seven’ Screenwriter For Feature Adaptation Of ‘The Killer’ At Netflix; Michael Fassbender Circling Lead Role

‘Bosch’ Spinoff Picked Up By IMDb TV; Titus Welliver, Mimi Rogers & Madison Lintz To Reprise Roles

Jeanne Tripplehorn Joins Chris Pratt In ‘The Terminal List’ Amazon Conspiracy Thriller Series

‘John Wick’ Writer Adapting Script For Manga Comic ‘Hellsing’

Steven Spielberg, Duffer Bros. Team to Tackle Stephen King’s ‘Talisman’ (Exclusive)

Natalie Portman, Lupita Nyong’o to Star in Apple Limited Series

George R.R. Martin’s ‘Wild Cards’ Moves From Hulu to Peacock

Josh Holloway To Star In J.J. Abrams’ HBO Max Series ‘Duster’