The new deal will begin with the “Ron’s Gone Wrong” animation.
Movies from 20th Century Studios will soon go to Disney and Warner Bros. According to Variety, Disney and WarnerMedia have reached an agreement to share the broadcasting rights for Fox films between Disney + / Hulu and HBO Max until 2022.
As part of the new deal, HBO will share co-exclusive rights with Disney for the films from 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures. At the same time, HBO will continue to have pay-TV window exclusivity for approximately half of Fox’s films until 2022. As part of the deal, Disney has agreed to expedite the start of the movie. pay TV window for movies on HBO. . The deal is expected to end after a year, as Disney wants its 20th Century Studios movies to be exclusive to their streaming services.
The current agreement between HBO and 20th Century Fox was set to expire in 2015. However, in 2012, it was announced that the two companies had reached an agreement to continue their partnership for the next ten years. This was before Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2019. One of Disney’s main motivations for wanting to buy Fox was to increase the number of franchises and content for their streaming services. In 2020, Disney revamped the company to focus on the company’s streaming content.
However, the CEO of Disney Bob chapek said the restructuring was not a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. “I would say COVID accelerated the pace at which we made this transition,” Chapek said in 2020, “but this transition was going to happen anyway.”
The first film in the new offering to air on both a Disney service and HBO Max will be the animated film. Ron was wrong (directed by Sarah smith and Jean-Philippe Vigne). The next movie in the Predator franchise, Prey (directed by Dan Trachtenberg) will also be available on Hulu and HBO Max in 2022.
Ron was wrong will be available on Disney + and HBO Max on December 15.
The film premiered at the London Film Festival in October.
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