THE ARTIST, CORIOLANUS, and Other Weinstein Company Films will Premiere on Netflix Rather than Pay TV

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Netflix has been struggling lately against competitors like Redbox, OnDemand services, and the reluctance of major studios to license their films to the streaming service.  However, The Weinstein Company are (thankfully) going against the grain by licensing some of their latest movies to Netflix over U.S. pay TV services.  According to THR, The Artist, Coriolanus, Undefeated, as well as foreign-language, documentary, and other films will be exclusively available for Netflix streaming in the U.S.

It’s obviously a great deal for Netflix and its streaming subscribers, especially since a lot of folks probably missed some of TWC’s limited-release movies like Coriolanus and Sarah’s Key.  No date has been announced for when these movies will roll out, but since The Artist is due out on DVD and Blu-ray on April 24th, we can presumably expect it by then.

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  • movielvr

    Netflix is lucky to finally come to an agreement with someone since their streaming library leaves so much to be desired. I’m only interested in streaming media but was disappointed when I got Netflix. I could rarely find what I wanted to watch and I hear the same complaint all the time. Now I have Blockbuster @Home through DISH, my employer, and can’t believe how much better it is. Being able to watch what I want and even find movies when browsing. Maybe now Netflix will be able to save some customers.

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