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Sony Pictures blockbusters are making their way to FOX Movies

 FOX Movies today announced it is joining hands with Sony Pictures Television to bring 37 movies to the linear tv platform. Most titles will appear first and exclusive, ranging from action-packed movies to family favourites.


Viewers can catch some of the latest mega hits (Bad Boys For Life), action thrillers (Miss Bala), horror-flicks (Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island, Brightburn), and critically-acclaimed dramas (Little Women, Run This Town) on the TV channel. Additionally, other highly anticipated movies including Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius, Connected, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, Cinderella (2021) will also be coming to the FOX Movies channel in 2021, after their theatrical debut.


Here are some of the current and upcoming blockbusters to look out for:


Bad Boys for Life, the third installment in the Bad Boys trilogy, features the two famous bad boys back together for one last ride

Brightburn, a subversive take on a radical new genre - superhero horror

Cinderella (2021), the famous classic fairytale with a musical twist  

Connected, a heartwarming animation about an everyday family’s struggle to bond in an increasingly digitally connected world

Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island, a luxurious but remote tropical island turns fantasies into nightmares

Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the next chapter in the original Ghostbuster universe 

Little Women, a six-time Academy Awards nominated film following the lives of the March sisters entering the threshold of womanhood

Miss Bala, follows a woman drawn into a dangerous world of cross-border crime

Morbius, a much-anticipated movie about the blood-craving antihero, based on the famous Marvel comics

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, the upcoming sequel follows the new adventures of everyone’s favourite bunny

Run This Town, a film centering on the true story of the downfall of a Toronto mayor


For the full list of movies that viewers can tune in on FOX Movies, please refer to the appendix below.