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    HBO going to Disney land

    Pacts for 100 titles starting in '09

    By Kimberly Nordyke
    The Hollywood Reporter
    Oct 23, 2007

    HBO has acquired an extensive feature film library package from Disney-ABC Domestic Television that includes Touchstone Pictures' "Pearl Harbor," Hollywood Pictures' "The Sixth Sense" and Miramax Films' "Pulp Fiction."

    The agreement consists of 100 titles from Walt Disney Studios. Other films in the deal include Touchstone's "Armageddon" and "Enemy of the State," Miramax's "Shakespeare in Love" and the "Scream" trilogy and Disney's "George of the Jungle" and "The Mighty Ducks."

    The date each title comes available varies, with the rights to the first kicking in in January 2009 and the last becoming available about 10 years after that. The license term also varies from 18 or 24 months, depending on the film.

    "HBO is the ideal home for these quality library titles," HBO co-president Harold Akselrad said. "Our subscribers will greatly enjoy watching these movies for years to come."

    Added DADT president Janice Marinelli: "HBO is a premier movie destination, and we are excited that their customers will be able to experience these films for the first time on their network."

    While HBO has acquired a library package, newer Disney films go to Starz Entertainment, which has an exclusive film output deal with the distributor.

    Financial terms of the HBO deal were not disclosed.
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...d40b0524d45517
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    What movie channels were playing these movies before?
    -Jack :geek:
    Doc Brown had 2 Deloreans!

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      Re: HBO going to Disney land

      Starz
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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        Re: HBO going to Disney land

        Originally posted by ALIASd View Post
        Starz
        Oh even the older ones? I just thought the newer ones. Thanks again for your work ALIASd. Keep it up.
        -Jack :geek:
        Doc Brown had 2 Deloreans!

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          Re: HBO going to Disney land

          Thanks Jack! Some of the older titles have of course already run on ABC and some have aired previously & currently of the Starz/Encore group. 'Enemy of the State' and 'Shakespeare In Love' air constantly on their Mystery and Love channels.
          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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            Re: HBO going to Disney land

            hooray for movies
            You can't talk S*** unless your gonna do something about it...

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