Good news, people who like watching streaming movies rather than renting DVDs!
Indie powerhouse Miramax is currently in talks to bring its entire 700-film library to a number of streaming services.
Apparently, Miramax is itching to get into the streaming game, unlike most streaming-averse studios.
The deal would probably be worth over $100 million, and would bring movies like Pulp Fiction, Good Will Hunting and Chicago to Google, Hulu, Netflix and Amazon. Exciting!
Via LA Times
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Published at 12:43 PM PDT on Mar 28, 2011 | Updated at 12:45 PM PDT on Mar 28, 2011