The Weinstein Company Bypasses Cable For Netflix

Wednesday, February 22 by
He usually only streams on fire hydrants.  

Looks like Netflix has gained another foothold in its fight for survival. Knowing a good thing when they see it, the Weinstein Company has decided to feed Netflix their content rather than go to the pay cable channels. That means awesome films like The Artist and Coriolanus, and less than awesome films like Madonna‘s W.E., will be available on the Netflix Instant Watch streaming system, and not on channels like noted Netflix cock-blockers HBO.

If anything, this just proves how resilient the streaming industry is. Months ago, Netflix was more hated than Osama bin Laden. And today, they’ve got Uggie. There’s no stopping them. (via /Film)

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