Netflix Strikes Deal With RADiUS-TWC
The unit of The Weinstein Co. will deliver movies for Netflix subscribers to stream beginning in 2013.
Netflix on Wednesday said it struck a deal for streaming movies from RADiUS-TWC, the new label within The Weinstein Co. that focuses on multi-platform distribution.
The label's inaugural slate includes acquisitions like Bachelorette and Only God Forgives as well as the upcoming Pusher, The Expatriate and Solomon Kane.
"We are delighted to be extending our relationship again with TWC, incorporating the cutting edge and crowd-pleasing movies distributed by RADiUS," said Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos.
"As an independent studio, we embrace all of the new avenues people are choosing to use when seeing their favorite movies," said TWC co-chairman Harvey Weinstein.
Financial terms of the deal, which begins in early 2013, were not disclosed.
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