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Warner Bros. will release James Bond films after Universal


Company Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer completes cooperation with Universal Pictures for international distribution of their films. The last films under the deal will be the dramas Till (October 14) and Women’s Gossip (December 2), as well as the as-yet untitled 26th film about James Bond. The worldwide release of all other MGM projects, including the 27th and subsequent parts of the bond, will be handled by Warner Bros.

Partnership between MGM and Warner Bros. will begin with Luca Guadagnino’s thriller “Totally and Completely” (November 23) and the third part of “Creed” (March 3).

The deal involves cooperation in the marketing, promotion and distribution of MGM theatrical releases outside of North America, including China. The film will be released directly by Warner Bros.


Universal handled international distribution”No time to die“- the latest installment of the 007 franchise Daniel Greig. The previous four films in the franchise have been distributed by Sony Pictures.

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