15 Apr, 2023
By FactsWow Team
With the acquisition of MGM in March 2022, Amazon gained access to the many movie and TV franchises the company owns, including Robocop and Stargate.
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At least 12 MGM franchises will be revived for film and TV projects by Amazon. With this, Amazon now has access to various intellectual properties, from James Bond to Legally Blonde
Media Credits: The Wall Street Journal
According to the report, several franchises are being tapped for early development across both television and film since Amazon plans to take advantage of its recent acquisition of MGM soon.
Media Credits: The Economic Times
Stargate and Robocop movies and television series are among the priority movies and TV series for many other franchises involved.
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Also being considered for Amazon are Legally Blonde movies and TV series, along with Robocop and Stargate franchises.
Media Credits: Us Weekly
In addition to a movie based on the Thomas Crown Affair, an animated Pink Panther movie is being considered, as well as TV series based on Barbershop, Fame, and The Magnificent Seven.
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Amazon is producing a competition series for James Bond, but no news has yet been released regarding how the character will be adapted for the film.
Media Credits: Digital Spy
MGM franchises have been quiet for a while, but Amazon's massive number of projects based on them suggests a resurgence for them.
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The last release of Robocop was Stargate Origins 2018, a series of 10-minute shorts released in 2018. Amazon can revive familiar worlds since there has been no new entry in these and many other MGM franchises for years.
Media Credits: Variety
It is clear how much Amazon wants to take advantage of its many franchises by producing movies and television shows based on MGM properties.
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With plenty of MGM-based content on its way, Amazon is likely to feature a boon of MGM-based titles soon. Bringing new ideas to media properties like Robocop and Stargate may result in them flourishing under Amazon.
Media Credits: Gizmodo
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