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Broad Green Pictures has inked a multiyear output deal with Amazon Prime Video, making it the exclusive premium-subscription home for the company’s upcoming slate of theatrical films.
A Walk in the Woods, starring Robert Redford, Nick Nolte and Emma Thompson, will be among the first titles to make its way to the streaming service. Other releases that will be included are Learning to Drive, starring Patricia Clarkson and Ben Kingsley; I Smile Back, starring Sarah Silverman; and 99 Homes, starring Andrew Garfield, Laura Dern and Michael Shannon.
Broad Green’s upcoming summer release The Infiltrator, which will hit theaters on July 15 and stars Bryan Cranston, also will be included in the deal, along with Lucy Walker’s follow-up documentary Buena Vista Social Club: Adios.
Steve Nickerson, president of Home Entertainment at Broad Green Pictures, said, “The titles that we have released previously on Amazon have had great success, both in DVD and Blu-ray, as well as streaming on-demand on Amazon Video. Working with Amazon to share our titles on Prime Video now gives us the ability to strategically promote our films across more platforms, to reach even more viewers.”
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