Netflix acquires ‘Good Time’ starring Robert Pattinson


Netflix has acquired the rights to Good Time starring Robert Pattinson!

Netflix has acquired streaming rights to Josh and Benny Safdie’s “Good Time,” the heist thriller starring Robert Pattinson that earned warm reviews in competition at Cannes and will be released theatrically in North America by A24.

Memento Films International, the Paris-based sales company repping “Good Time,” managed to disentangle the film rights in Spain, Italy, U.K. and Ireland, Scandinavia, Israel, Portugal, Bulgaria, Russia, CIS, the Baltics, ex-Yugoslavia, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. In those territories, MFI sold “Good Time” to all-rights distributors for theatrical, pay VOD and TV, while Netflix picked up the first window of SVOD rights for the film.

Four to six months before “Good Time” rolls out on Netflix, it will be released in theaters in Spain (CDC), Italy (Movies Inspired), Scandinavia (Cinemanse Oy), Portugal (Midas), Russia, CIS and the Baltics (Voxell-Rocket), ex-Yugoslavia (Megacom), Czech Republic (Bohemia), South Korea (Activers), Singapore (Anticipate Pictures), Japan (Fine Films) and Australia and New Zealand (Hi Gloss Entertainment).

Source: Variety