Summit Entertainment product will continue to flow through Canada and the UK via distributor Entertainment One. The two parties have extended their output distribution arrangement through 2015. eOne expects to release as many as eight Summit films each year in those territories, including the final two installments of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn. The deal was announced this morning by eOne president/CEO Darren Throop and Summit co-chairmen Patrick Wachsberger and Rob Friedman.
Summit, Entertainment One Extend Output Deal To 2015
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