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Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has signed a deal with The H Collective to distribute and market up to four films per year globally.
This news comes one day after it was announced that the Los Angeles-based finance-production-distribution outfit acquired the rights to the xXx franchise with star Vin Diesel and plans to go into production on a fourth movie in the action franchise.
Other upcoming projects from The H Collective include a James Gunn-produced horror pic starring Elizabeth Banks and the drama The Parts You Lose starring Aaron Paul, Scoot McNairy and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
“During my time working in the studio system, I’ve established a strong relationship with [Sony president of worldwide marketing and distribution] Josh Greenstein and [Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions chief] Steve Bersch,” H Collective CEO Nic Crawley said Wednesday in a statement. “Their teams are the best in class, and their distribution strategies and platform are the perfect complement to our diversified slate. We’re looking forward to growing this partnership and collaborating with the entire Sony family.”
Said Greenstein, “Nic and his team are working with some of the most exciting and innovative filmmakers today. We look forward to sharing their unique stories with the world, creating dynamic campaigns and distributing them around the globe.”
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