Netflix is ponying up for José Luis Ucha’s latest project…
The streaming service has picked up the global rights, excluding China, to the Latino director and writer’s My Little Pony film.
Paramount Pictures was originally set to release the movie on September 24.
The film, hailing from eOne’s animation outfit Boulder Media, was directed by Ucha and Rob Cullen, with co-director Mark Fattibene.
A streaming date is planned for later this year.
The last My Little Pony: The Movie in 2017, released via 2017, earned $21.9M domestic and $60.3M WW.
The My Little Pony toy franchise was first launched in 1981, with the brand reportedly grossing over $1 billion annually in retail sails by 2014.
Ucha’s previous projects include Invizimals, Canimals and Bernard.