Eros STX Global Corp. (NASDAQ: ESGC) stock declined by 5.65% at last close whereas the ESGC stock price gains by 6.47% in the pre-market trading session. Eros STX Global Corporation is an international entertainment company that purchases, co-produces, and distributes films, digital content, and music to customers across the world in a variety of mediums including theatrical, television, and OTT digital media streaming.
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STXfilms, a company of Eros STX Global Corporation, has signed agreements with Peacock and Roku to release James McAvoy and Claire Foy’s long-awaited missing-person drama My Son. Christian Carion, who also directed the French film, directs the English-language version of the popular French thriller. Adam Fogelson, Chairman of the STXfilms Motion Picture Group, made the news today.
The agreement will enable both services to share windows during the period as part of the innovative contract. The film’s windows were designed to provide each service the best chance to reach their target consumers throughout the year. On September 15, 2021, Peacock will screen the film for the first time. The film will be available to watch for free on The Roku Channel in the United States beginning December 15, 2021. For STX, David Spiegelman negotiated the arrangements.
About My Son,
When a man’s (McAvoy) only son mysteriously disappears, he searches for clues in the area where his ex-wife (Foy) lives. McAvoy was not provided a script or lines to act a man whose life is cloaked by mystery, as was the case in the French film; instead, the role was familiar with basic pieces of his tale and improvised and responded to each event as it unfolded. The rest of the actors and crew knew what was going on. Carion did the same thing with his first picture, with his lead actor improvising the part.
Rob Holmes, Vice President, Programming, Roku stated,
They’ve worked with strategic partners since The Roku Channel launched in 2017 to help them achieve their objective of providing viewers with captivating, best content in a free, ad-supported environment. They’re thrilled to be working with STXfilms to provide users of The Roku Channel with even more fantastic programming like My Son.