WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 22: Tom Cruise attends the U.S. Premiere of "Mission: Impossible - Fallout" at Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum on July 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Images)

Mission: Impossible 7, A Quiet Place Part II and PAW Patrol: The Movie are three big upcoming Paramount Pictures releases that will be available to view at home, shortly after their theatrical releases, on the streaming service Paramount+ (the rebranded version of CBS All Access).

The respective films will debut exclusively in theaters as planned, but will only be exclusively in theaters for a short time. After 45 days, the highly-anticipated films will be available on the emerging streaming service. Currently, Mission: Impossible 7 is scheduled to release in theaters on November 19th while A Quiet Place Part II is set for September 17th this year.

Other new Paramount releases will forego theaters altogether and will be released exclusively on Paramount+: a new Beavis and Butthead movie, a Workaholics movie with the original cast, a new Paranormal Activity movie, and a new Pet Semetary movie.

The announcement was made during ViacomCBS’s investor day on Wednesday, orchestrated to hype up Paramount+, which launches on March 4. Along with new releases, Paramount+ will offer a deep library of more than 2,500 films. They will have to compete with the abundant selection of streaming service already in play, including Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Max, Hulu, Disney+ and Apple TV+.

ViacomCBS announced that the rebranded service will have two tiers: $4.99 per month with ads launching in June, and $9.99 without. That’s about the same price of CBS All Access, but with a lot of more content, according to CNN.