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Construction billionaire Ron Tutor has sold his stake in Miramax to co-owner Qatar Investment Authority amidst questions about the library's future.
Miramax has appointed global brand management firm Evolution to promote its 700-plus title library.
Netflix has sealed a deal with Miramax for streaming rights to 700 films including Oscar-winning titles "Shakespeare in Love" and "Good Will Hunting."
As Miramax enters its next phase under Filmyard's Ron Tutor, Tom Barrack and Qatar Holding, the spotlight shines on how library's new owners will monetize its 700-odd titles.
After months of negotiations and financial wrangling, Ron Tutor and Filmyard Holdings' consortium of investors are now the official owners of Miramax.
Miramax 3.0 is beginning to take shape as Filmyard Holdings completes its purchase of the company from the Walt Disney Co. Deal is now expected to close within the next month.
The Mouse House may not collect the minimum $700 million it was seeking to unload Miramax Films, but it's getting closer.