not mappedthe movie in which Tom Holland re-enacted some iconic scenes from the PlayStation series is coming to Netflix on July 15 for US customers, according to What’s on Netflix† While apparently many people have already seen the film (allegedly made over $400 million during the theater run), this will be his streaming debut.
If you’re trying to decide whether to add it to your summer watchlist, I recommend reading my colleague’s excellent review to see how it holds up as a movie (spoiler: about as good as those old buildings Nathan Drake is always destructive† I’ll add that too, if a long time not mapped fan, it definitely didn’t feel essential to the series but my wife and boyfriend who have never played any of the games enjoyed it immensely. Your mileage may vary is what I’m saying.
not mapped is making its way to Netflix thanks to a deal Sony Pictures struck with the streaming service last year. Netflix lost a chance to make the streaming debut of some theatrical releases after Disney, NBCUniversal and Warner Bros. all had announced that the films they produce would primarily debut on their own streaming services (Disney Plus, Peacock and HBO Max, respectively. ) Sony was one of the major remaining film companies and agreed to release many of its films after their theatrical releases on the platform. to shuffle. The deal also includes: morbius, a film that flopped at the box office and was brought back to theaters by a brutal meme, only to flop again. I’m sure Netflix is very excited that it’s morbin’ time (because it doesn’t have enough problems to solve right now).
Despite the deal and not mappedWith its imminent arrival, Netflix will not be the exclusive home for the series of upcoming movies and shows based on PlayStation properties. While Sony is working on a Horizon Zero Dawn show with Netflix, turned metal‘s adaptation will be on Peacock, and The last of us coming to HBO.