Netflix and other video services including Hulu and Google are in talks with independent studio Miramax about licensing films from its 700-title library, reports the Los Angeles Times’ Company Town blog.
No agreement has been reached, and any deal would likely exceed $100 million, the story notes. Miramax’s library includes such titles as "Pulp Fiction" and "Good Will Hunting," the story notes.
Amazon.com is also in talks for licensing the library, according to the story. Representatives for Miramax, Hulu, Google and Amazon declined to comment, while Netflix officials didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment, the story says.