Netflix Enters a Four Year Streaming Deal With Sony Pictures – Morbius, Uncharted, Where the Crawdads Sing, and Bullet Train will be among the initial 2022 offerings
Streaming giant Netflix Enters a Four Year Streaming Deal With Sony Pictures. Netflix and Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) will be having a four year streaming deal in the U.S. for theatrically released SPE feature films. The deal will begins with their 2022 as per the reports. Under the deal, Netflix will obtain first pay digital rights to SPE feature films following their theatrical and home entertainment. Films such as Morbius, Uncharted, Where the Crawdads Sing, and Bullet Train will be among the initial 2022 offerings.
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In another sign of Netflix’s growing dominance, Sony Pictures Entertainment has signed a five-year deal that will give the streaming giant the exclusive U.S. rights to Sony’s films once they leave theaters and premium video-on-demand services. The deal, which begins with the studio’s 2022 releases, builds on Netflix’s existing partnership with Sony Pictures Animation and replaces the agreement Sony, one of the few major studios without its own streaming service, has had with Starz Entertainment since 2005.
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