Spotify, Chernin Entertainment Teams Up to Adapt Podcasts for Movies, TV Shows

Spotify has joined fingers with Chernin Leisure to develop TV and film pitches primarily based on Spotify-exclusive and authentic podcasts.

“Spotify has one of many largest libraries of unattached IP that exists on this planet today–and that library is being added to each day,” Chernin Leisure Chairman and CEO Peter Chernin stated in an official statement.

“This treasure trove of content material plus the acceleration of recent voices and tales gives an infinite alternative to remodel these addictive tales and IP into content material for the display screen,” he added.

The partnership will embrace entry to greater than 250 Spotify originals from around the globe. The assertion additionally revealed that Spotify and Chernin Leisure are already collaborating with Pineapple Road Media on the upcoming adaptation of the favored podcast sequence, The Clearing. Launch in 2019, it’s a true crime podcast set across the troubling experiences of April Balascio, the daughter of American serial killer Edward Edwards.

Chernin Leisure is understood for films comparable to Ford v Ferrari, The Planet of the Apes trilogy, The Best Showman, and Hidden Figures, together with TV sequence like New Lady, See, and Reality Be Instructed. The assertion stated that the partnership plans to construct on Spotify podcast diversifications to this point, that features Homecoming for Prime Video and proceed with a reimagining of The Two Princes for HBO Max and The Horror of Dolores Roach for Prime Video.

“As we proceed to develop our content material ambitions, we’re thrilled to collaborate with Peter Chernin, who, alongside together with his distinctive workforce, are the right companions to assist us share these tales with audiences throughout mediums and around the globe,” stated Spotify Chief Content material and Promoting Enterprise Officer Daybreak Ostroff in an official assertion.

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