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Mission: Impossible headed to EE TV thanks to Mubi & Paramount deal

Streaming service Mubi has done a deal with Paramount that’ll see more top titles hitting the shelves. 

Modern classics including No Country for Old Men and Revolutionary Road are now heading to Mubi this month, as is the original Mission: Impossible flick. 

It’s nearly 20 years since Tom Cruise first stepped into Ethan Hunt’s shoes. Mission: Impossible is now old enough to vote. 

Efe Cakarel, Founder and CEO of Mubi said: “Following a really successful summer, this new deal continues to show tremendous momentum in our growth and unique ability to offer curated and compelling films. 

“Working with Paramount Pictures is just one of the latest of great partnerships we have developed which include festivals, major studios and distribution platform and we are looking forward to welcoming the Coen brothers to the platform.”

It’s unknown if this comment means we’ll see other Coen brothers titles besides No Country for Old Men coming to Mubi or not. Previous distribution deals with Sony Pictures and independent studios have seen titles including Lost in Translation, Moon, Half Nelson and Superbad coming to the service. 

The deal will be of interest to EE TV customers, as Mubi has recenly launched on the connected TV service

Mubi costs either £4.99/month or £40/year. It’s available online (Chrome, Safari), on iOS and Android devices, PlayStation 3 and 4, Amazon Fire TV and selected Samsung Smart TVs

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