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Last $85.11 USD
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exclusive, out-of-season, domestic SVOD rights to all scripted primetime series produced for The CW. Warner Bros. also licenses its feature films to broadcast and cable networks, SVOD services and premium pay television services (including HBO) starting approximately 8 to 11 months following their theatrical release. During 2014, Warner Bros. licensed approximately 1,000 feature films and approximately 3,500 hours of feature film programming to television networks, premium pay television services and SVOD services. International Business Warner Bros. licenses rights to exhibit feature films and original television series in international territories through agreements with television networks, premium pay and basic tier television services, SVOD services, free video on demand services, and other digital services. During 2014, Warner Bros. licensed thousands of hours of programming, dubbed or subtitled in approximately 60 languages, to international distributors in approximately 175 countries. In 2014, Warner Bros. entered into international SVOD arrangements in Canada, France, Germany, and the Nordic region; and a multi-territory SVOD arrangement for the series, Gotham. Warner Bros. focuses on expanding its international local production business. With its acquisition of the remaining ownership interests in the Shed Media Group and its acquisition of the non-U.S. operations of the Eyeworks Group, Warner Bros. has a global network of wholly-owned production companies in 16 international territories, which would allow Warner Bros. to develop programming primarily tailored for the audiences in these territories. Warner Bros. is also focusing on adapting international local programming into formats that could be produced by its local production companies in additional territories, including the U.S. The Bachelor (a format owned by Warner Bros. that originated in the U.S.) is being adapted and produced in multiple international territories, including Australia, Germany, New Zealand, Sweden, and Switzerland; and Date Night (a format owned by Warner Bros. that originated in the U.K.) is being adapted and produced in Belgium, the Netherlands, and the U.S. Feature Films Warner Bros. engages in the feature film business and produces feature films under its Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema banners. Warner Bros. also enters into arrangements with others to co-produce and co-finance feature films. Warner Bros. produces and distributes a slate of films, and it is focused on expanding its film slate, built around its franchises with global appeal. During 2014, Warner Bros. released 21 original feature films for distribution in the U.S., including Annabelle, Edge of Tomorrow, Godzilla, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, The LEGO Movie, and Tammy. Of the films released during 2014, five were released in 3D format, including Godzilla and The LEGO Movie; and five were formatted for viewing on IMAX screens, including Edge of Tomorrow and The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. In January 2015, Warner Bros. released American Sniper, and in February 2015, Warner Bros. released Jupiter Ascending. Warner Bros. plans to release an additional 21 films during 2015, including Entourage, Mad Max: Fury Road, Get Hard, Magic Mike XXL, Pan and San Andreas. In October 2014, Warner Bros. announced the expansion of its feature film slate built around its global franchises. Warner Bros.’ film slate of between 21 to 23 films per year would include approximately 10 films based on the DC Entertainment universe of characters, such as Aquaman, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Flash, Green Lantern, Justice League Part One, Shazam, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman, as well as three LEGO-branded films and three films in partnership with J.K. Rowling inspired by Harry Potter’s Hogwart’s textbook, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, that build on Warner Bros.’ successful Harry Potter film franchise. Internationally, Warner Bros. produces and distributes both English language, as well as local language films for theatrical exhibition in approximately 170 territories outside the U.S. Warner Bros. uses both day and date a

 

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