The deal gives the media powerhouse exclusive rights to any film, TV show, video game and streaming content from Abrams’ Bad Robot outfit.
The wide-ranging agreement begins immediately — meaning that Abrams will exit his film deal with Paramount — and runs through at least 2024. Bad Robot will fulfill any existing obligations with Paramount, including the seventh “Mission Impossible” film and a potential fourth “Star Trek” film. Abrams is also directing and producing Disney’s upcoming “Star Wars” film, “The Rise of Skywalker.”
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“WarnerMedia and AT&T are delighted to launch a long-term collaboration with our world-class partners and colleagues J.J. Abrams and Katie McGrath. We are extremely excited about the potential to deliver remarkable and memorable stories and