Roadside Attractions has signed a multi-year output deal with Hulu for its pay one window. This mean that new movies from Roadside Attractions will arrive on Hulu after playing in theaters.
Roadside Attractions is behind films like Judy, The Peanut Butter Falcon and Manchester by the Sea.
Under the terms of the deal, Hulu will receive exclusive U.S. streaming rights to upcoming Roadside Attractions films including director Phyllis Nagy’s abortion drama “Call Jane,” starring Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver; and the feel-good “Gigi & Nate,” featuring Charlie Rowe, Marcia Gay Harden and Jim Belushi.
“Our new relationship with Hulu is a win for everyone — but especially the talented producers whose films we acquire for distribution,” the co-presidents said in a statement. “It means we at Roadside can focus on maximizing our films in theaters with the confidence they will find a corresponding home on Hulu’s premium streaming platform, which delivers the industry’s highest caliber and most entertaining independent cinema.”
Hulu president Joe Earley added: “Delivering great storytelling is a core objective shared by Hulu and Roadside Attractions. We are fortunate that their highly anticipated new titles will be available to our viewers as a part of our industry-leading independent film slate.”