Top 5 Major Film Studio To Win The James Bond Rights

Hey Bond Fans,

I’m now presenting you the top 5 major film studio to win the distribution rights to the James Bond film series, based on the famous super spy.

Since then, Sony’s distribution deal with MGM and EON Productions to co-produce the longest film franchise expired last year with the release of Spectre.

Now let’s get on with it because we are now showing you in which film studio to helm distribution rights to the Bond franchise:

5. Universal Pictures

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Although, thankfully, it wasn’t interest in the James Bond film series. However, it did had the copyright lawsuit against MGM because they wanted to do a spin-off; but it is unlikely.

4. 20th Century Fox

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On 5th October 2009, MGM reported that it would sold the distribution rights to the James Bond films to Fox but it doesn’t according to a plan as of 6th October 2009.

3. Paramount Pictures

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Paramount Pictures was a first studio to withdrawn the James Bond bid after MGM’s final distribution agreement with Sony finalised on April 14th 2011.

2. Warner Bros Pictures

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Warner Bros was originally reported in June 2015 that it will held the James Bond rights but i have no interest in them buying the distribution rights at all.

1. Walt Disney Pictures

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Imagine, when i was little, Disney is my top favourite film studio of all (and now) because i have watch any of Disney films for the past few years or so. With the like of Marvel and Lucasfilm, this could be the one to buy James Bond film series (that includes Bond 25).

Fun Fact (Source: Wikipedia):

In 1985, Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer entered into a licensing contract that gave Disney worldwide rights to use the MGM name and logo for what would become Disney-MGM Studios, which included working production facilities for movies and television shows and a satellite animation studio, which began operation prior to the park’s debut. In 1988, MGM/UA responded by filing a lawsuit that claimed Disney violated the agreement by operating a working movie and television studio at the resort. On May 1, 1989, the theme park opened adjacent to the production facilities, with MGM’s only affiliation being the original licensing agreement that allowed Disney to use MGM’s name and lion logo in marketing, and separate contracts that allowed specific MGM content to be used in The Great Movie Ride. When the park first opened, the only two attractions were the Studio Backlot Tour and The Great Movie Ride.

But looks like that Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer will be perfect to have a good distribution deal with The Walt Disney Studios than Sony because the evidence founded that the Sony-MGM deal was a bad one due to profits and others.

Tell me what you think about it, any of press news will be held immediately.

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