Foxtel has entered into a multi-year content partnership with Sony Pictures that covers a range of new releases, library movies and TV series.
Film titles that will be covered by the agreement include new releases, such as Spider-Man™: No Coming Home, Venom: let there be carnage, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Unexplored, Where the Crawdads sing, and High-speed train; franchises like Spider Man, men in black, Jumanji, ghost hunters, charlie’s angels, The Karate Kid and Bad Boys; and a library that integrates Jerry McGuire, some good men, 50 first dates, Erin Brockovich, half-brothers, Gandhi and Little womanamong others.
There are also TV series, ranging from action drama series CRUSH to sitcoms, The nanny and Seinfeldas well as a wide range of content for children and family, including Cloudy with a chance of meatballs, The Smurfs, Hotel Transylvania 1 and 2, Peter Rabbit, surf to the top and The Emoji Movie.
Sony Pictures’ catalog of films and new releases will be available to on-demand streaming subscribers on Foxtel and BENEFITincluding in a range of boxes.
Amanda Laing, Chief Content Officer and Chief Commercial Officer of Foxtel Group, said the deal highlights “the company’s continued strength as the local partner of choice for major global studios”.
“As Australia’s preferred provider of entertainment and sports content, with over 4.5 million subscribers, we can bring Sony Pictures’ incredible content to audiences with more reach in this market than ever before. “, she said.
Sony Pictures Entertainment’s executive vice president for international distribution, Mike Wald, described Foxtel as a “valuable partner”.
“We are delighted to continue to grow our long-standing relationship, bringing our incredible slate of new films with our iconic library to Foxtel Group audiences,” he said.