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4th Jan '16 8:14:35 PM Dancedom
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3rd Jan '16 7:55:44 AM Anddrix
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* ''Film/CalendarGirls''
1st Jan '16 4:35:17 PM MadMan400096
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration and jump ship to Creator/{{Universal}}, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone; its last release under [=DreamWorks=], ''Bridge of Spies'', was released that October, while ''The BFG'', the official end of the deal, will be released under the Disney label.
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration and jump ship to Creator/{{Universal}}, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone; its last release under [=DreamWorks=], ''Bridge of Spies'', was released that October, while ''The BFG'', the official end of the deal, BFG'' will be released under the Disney label. label, while ''The Light Between Oceans'', also set for 2016, will be Touchstone's last release under [=DreamWorks=].
17th Dec '15 10:55:37 AM MadMan400096
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration and jump ship to Creator/{{Universal}}, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone.
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration and jump ship to Creator/{{Universal}}, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone. Touchstone; its last release under [=DreamWorks=], ''Bridge of Spies'', was released that October, while ''The BFG'', the official end of the deal, will be released under the Disney label.
16th Dec '15 4:50:30 PM Mario1995
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The Girl on the Train has jumped ship to Universal now that the new distribution deal has been finalized.
However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016.
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, expiration and jump ship to Creator/{{Universal}}, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016. Touchstone.
29th Nov '15 7:14:51 PM Dancedom
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29th Nov '15 7:08:16 PM Dancedom
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* ''Film/ColdCreekManor'' * ''Film/TheColorOfMoney''

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29th Nov '15 7:03:56 PM Mdumas43073
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24th Nov '15 5:26:02 PM MadMan400096
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016.
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy, they chose to brand them under the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}).Lucasfilm). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016.
24th Nov '15 5:25:26 PM MadMan400096
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, they chose to distribute them as simply Marvel-branded films, while the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy will be released under Disney. Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016.
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However, this doesn't seem to be happening. In 2013, as part of Disney's breakup with Creator/JerryBruckheimer, Horn admitted that the studio wasn't interested in reviving Touchstone as a producer (Bruckheimer wanted to head up a new version of the label). Instead, when Disney took over full distribution rights to the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, they chose to distribute them as simply Marvel-branded films, while Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse and the ''Franchise/StarWars'' sequel trilogy will be released trilogy, they chose to brand them under Disney.the respective internal studios that made them (Marvel and Creator/{{Lucasfilm}}). Touchstone was then used to distribute Creator/StudioGhibli's ''Anime/TheWindRises''. ''WesternAnimation/StrangeMagic'', having started production by [[Creator/GeorgeLucas Lucasfilm]] when it was acquired by Disney in 2012, was Touchstone's most recent non-[=DreamWorks=] release, and the last for the foreseeable future. [=DreamWorks=] plans to cut ties with Disney upon the contract's expiration, a move that may spell the end of Touchstone after its last release of the deal,''The Girl on the Train'' in October 2016.
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