Leonine & Sky Deutschland Ink Enhanced Licensing Deal Covers – Deadline

The German production house and distributor Leonine Studios has entered into an extended partnership with the local television company Sky Deutschland.

The multi-year license agreement means that Sky acquires exclusive first pay-TV rights and SVOD rights in Germany for a period of 12 months for upcoming titles from Leonine Studios, as well as a number of films from the company’s library.

The pact begins with Leonine films, which have their theatrical release from January 1, 2022, including the newly unveiled all-star spy film De 355, as well as the upcoming Roland Emmerich disaster film Moonfall, Dog with Channing Tatum, Guy Ritchie’s in the lead role Operation Fortune, and Jennifer Lopez starring Shotgun wedding. It also includes German images like Alireza Golafshans JZA and The School of Magical Animals 2, the sequel to Germany’s most successful cinema release in 2021 with more than 1.5 million admissions.

Leonine Studios CEO Fred Kogel said of the deal: “We are pleased to now be able to complement our long-standing production partnership with Sky Deutschland, which includes Sky Originals such as The Ibiza Affair and Pagan Peak from our production division, with a comprehensive premium line- up of top German and international feature films. “

Devesh Raj, CEO of Sky Deutschland, added: “We are excited to continue our successful partnership with Leonine Studios. This multi-year licensing partnership will include an impressive range of the best feature films. It is an important step for Sky and allows us to bring even more great content for our customers. ”

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