During the Paramount+ streaming service opening ceremony, Viacom stated that due to COVID 'new normal', Paramount's own movies will have shorter theatrical windows before hitting home and streaming media. That window is 6 weeks and Paramount has showcased that it is true with their recently released movies such as A Quiet Place Part II. However, they stated that partner movies such as Hasbro's Snake Eyes and Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts (then known as Transformers 7) will have longer windows. Seems it's not the case. Last week, an official press release went out to entertainment sites, stating that Snake Eyes will have its Home Release on September 6th. Confirming that, both Google and Apple now have Snake Eyes home release (digital) up for pre-order and the movie is hitting homes on September 6th, just 6 weeks after the theatrical release. If ROTB is indeed following Snake Eyes, it too will have an early August home release. But the amount of production cost going to ROTB is significantly greater than Snake Eyes. If Paramount sticks to the 6 Week release window, we may potentially see the worst TF financial disaster since TLK. Your thoughts?