Indian media group strikes Hollywood deal

An Indian media group says it has signed deals with production houses of top Hollywood stars such as George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Nicholas Cage for co-producing films.

Reliance Big Entertainment Chairman Amit Khanna says the group will set aside nearly £0.5bn (€0.6bn) to develop and co-produce films with Hollywood movie stars and filmmakers.

Mr Khanna said today the company has signed separate deals with these production houses and expects 10 movies to go into production over the next two years.

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