Telemundo Picks Up Multiple Paramount, DreamWorks Ani Films

"Mission: Impossible -- Ghost Protocol"
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At the end of "Mission:Impossible -- Ghost Protocol," Jeremy Renner (at right) accepts an invitation to become an official member of Tom Cruise's IMF team. The moment both closes his character's arc and signals the potential at play in Renner's career.

The U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster lands deal with Paramount and DreamWorks.

MEXICO CITY -- NBC Universal's Telemundo has acquired broadcast rights to air five films from Paramount and DreamWorks Animation.

The license agreement gives Telemundo premieres on Spanish-language TV for the following titles: Monsters vs. Aliens, Puss in Boots, Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Mission Impossible -- Ghost Protocol and the J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek.

Telemundo aired a dozen Paramount and DreamWorks films under a previous pact.

According to the Motion Picture Association of America, Latinos go to the movies more than any other ethnic group. Animated films in particular tend to strike a chord with Latino audiences.