MGM’s intensive catalog is crammed with acquisitions and titles with distribution rights tied up by different studios
Amazon’s $8.four billion buy of MGM will add over 5,000 films and TV exhibits to Amazon Prime’s streaming catalog. But that doesn’t imply Amazon will change into dwelling to all of MGM hits like James Bond and “Handmaid’s Tale” unexpectedly — or maybe ever. Why? It’s sophisticated.
MGM properties just like the James Bond franchise, “Legally Blonde,” “Rocky/Creed,” “Pink Panther,” “Poltergeist,” “Silence of the Lambs” and “The Thomas Crown Affair” are all anticipated to stream on Amazon Prime when their present streaming offers expire. But different titles, like “Gone With the Wind” and “West Side Story,” are topic to beforehand negotiated offers.
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