• Netflix to Disney: wait, let's talk about Marvel and Star Wars

    12 days ago - By SlashGear

    While Disney-made Disney content seems to be 100% off the table, Netflix still wants to negotiate over Marvel and Star Wars content. Disney, after all, owns the whole lot. Netflix stands to gain or lose a whole lot of viewers based on news bits like “Disney will ditch Netflix in 2019”. Amid talks of the future of Disney's stream-friendly content,...
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  • Netflix in talks to retain Marvel and Star Wars movies after 2019

    Netflix in talks to retain Marvel and Star Wars movies after 2019

    12 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Netflix is still in active talks with Marvel over potentially retaining streaming rights to Marvel and Star Wars movies after 2019, which is the date Disney has set for when it'll remove Disney and Pixar movies from the subscription service in favor of its own in-house Disney streaming offering. We already knew the fate of Disney's Marvel co-production TV shows, including...
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  • Netflix in talks with Disney to keep 'Star Wars' and Marvel movies

    Netflix in talks with Disney to keep 'Star Wars' and Marvel movies

    12 days ago - By Engadget

    A little over a year ago, Disney made Netflix the exclusive home of its movies, including Star Wars, Pixar and Marvel flicks, which led to rumors of a Netflix acquisition by Disney. A few days ago, however, Disney used its earnings report to announce...
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  • Netflix reportedly hopes to keep Marvel, Star Wars movies - CNET

    Netflix reportedly hopes to keep Marvel, Star Wars movies - CNET

    12 days ago - By CNET

    Netflix says it's still in discussion with Disney to keep on streamin' at least two of our favorite franchises.
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  • Netflix in talks with Disney to keep Marvel and Star Wars content in U.S

    Netflix in talks with Disney to keep Marvel and Star Wars content in U.S

    12 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    It's news that might be enough to make Netflix users cry out “Excelsior!” According to Reuters , Netflix is in “active discussions” with the Walt Disney Company regarding potentially keeping Marvel and Star Wars content on the streaming platform in the U.S., once Disney pulls its content in 2019 . Disney announced on August 8th, 2017, that it planned on removing all of its content from Netflix in the U.S., in order to launch its own proprietary streaming service in 2019. Disney currently owns both Marvel Studios - the production company responsible for Marvel Cinematic Universe movies...
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  • Netflix is in talks with Disney to keep streaming rights to Marvel and Star Wars movies

    Netflix is in talks with Disney to keep streaming rights to Marvel and Star Wars movies

    12 days ago - By The Verge

    Netflix is trying to keep Marvel and Star Wars movies on its service after its distribution deal with Disney ends in 2019. Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos told Reuters that the company was “still in active discussions” with Disney to hold on to the rights to stream certain franchises. Meanwhile, Disney CEO Bob Iger has said there's no distribution plan in place currently for Lucasfilm or Marvel Studios, according to Reuters .
    Earlier this week, Disney announced that it was going to end its distribution deal with Netflix - a deal that was made in 2012, but only took effect last...
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  • Netflix May Still Get To Keep Marvel And STAR WARS Films After Disney Leaves

    12 days ago - By GeekTyrant

    When news broke that Disney would be pulling their library from Netflix, there were many disappointed. Now, news is coming out that things aren't so bad, and it's possible that Netflix could still hold onto the Marvel and Star Wars releases the company drops following their breakup according to Variety . Granted, that's only a possibility as Marvel and Star Wars were not included in the agreement between the two parties that involved Disney and Pixar films and it's still entirely possible the company could look to pull out of that deal as well. The really good news out of all of this is...
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