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Sony Pictures CEO breaks down $70M deal with Apple
20th May
  • Sony Pictures sold its Tom Hanks summer Blockbuster flick 'Greyound' to Apple for $70 million.
  • The film will skip a theatrical debut and go straight to Apple+
  • Sony has no expectations for this to be a model for future film releases.

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