In the past week, several major movie studios have changed their Snapchat app passwords.
The latest to take a shot at Snapchat is Universal Pictures, which announced it would be removing its password from its app.
The studio’s Snapchat app has been used to log in with users on the Universal platform since March.
The changes will likely impact millions of Snapchat users who are using the Universal app.
As a result, Snapchat users will need to create a new Snapchat account and log in using the same password they use for their Universal account.
Universal is the latest major studio to take the Snapchat password off its app, as a result of a change by Snapchat that could affect millions of users.
Universal’s password changes were first reported by The Wall Street Journal, and they come after it was revealed last month that Sony Pictures Entertainment was removing its Snapchat password from the Snapchat app.
Snapchat had previously announced that it would update its app with the Snapchat passwords.
It was not immediately clear how many Snapchat users would be affected by the changes.
Universal Pictures has not responded to requests for comment.