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Disney struck a deal with BSkyB, the U.K.'s biggest pay-television company, to launch a pay-tv channel on its platform that will show new and old Disney films, Bloomberg News reported. Sky Movies Disney will begin airing on March 28 and will have first-run rights to Disney's latest crop of films, including "Brave," "Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings" and "Wreck-It Ralph." Older movies, such as "Cars" or "A Bug's Life," will also be available. Under the deal, BSkyB will also have first-run rights to movies from Disney's recently acquired Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios, »


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