remake rights

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  • The film was sold for remake rights in the United States.
  • The movie created history by becoming the first Indian movie whose remake rights have been bought by Hollywood.
  • Sony Pictures picked up the remake rights, reportedly in the mid six-figure range.
  • The Host was quickly sold around the world, and US studio Universal snapped up remake rights.
  • The remake rights have been sold to the ABC Network in America who are developing their own version of the show.
  • In the late 1990s, Data East ran into financial trouble and sold the games' remake rights to help them survive.
  • Following the film's success in France it was announced that Working Title Films had acquired US remake rights.
  • The remake rights itself in several languages earned more than 70 lakhs for the producer.
  • Chinese production company Aim Media bought the remake rights in 2014.
  • He also stated that he was in talks with Nadiadwala about selling the remake rights more than a year ago and the deal did not go through.
  • Prior to release, Kannada actor Rajasekhar bought the remake rights of the film.
  • The Weinstein Company was reported to have closed a seven-figure deal for distribution and remake rights to Undefeated.
  • Indian actor Siddharth bought the remake rights for the Tamil version.
  • Paramount Pictures acquired the remake rights and decided to release in 2013.
  • Remake rights for the film were purchased by The Weinstein Company.
  • The reporting article noted that New Line still had not secured remake rights - its spokeswoman claimed "no news" when asked about progress on any deal.
  • Endemol India that has produced several local television shows ventured into feature films, after they acquired the remake rights for the Malayalam film Traffic.
  • In 2013 it was reported that director Selvaraghavan had acquired the remake rights of the film.
  • He sold the remake rights for Dead Daughters to the Hollywood studio Gold Circle Films but no remake has been produced.
  • Drishyam is the first Malayalam film to collect from its theatrical box office collections, remake rights, satellite and television rights within two months.
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