CBSCorp.'s Showtime(US) inked an output deal to secure rights to movies released byAmblin Entertainment, DreamWorks Pictures and Participant Media through 2021, Variety reported July 11, citing anofficial statement.
The deal with Steven Spielberg's Amblin Partners, which isan extension of the network's previous agreement with DreamWorks Pictures, willsee the movies being aired on Showtime, The Movie Channel, Flix and Showtimemultiplex channels and streaming services after their theatrical runs.
Showtime will now be able to air up to nine movies,including six from Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures, and up tothree from Participant Media. The titles include "The Light BetweenOceans," "The Girl on the Train," and "Ghost in the Shell."