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Production - How sequel rights work

Sequel and other derivative rights to a film - such as prequel, remake and TV or stage-adaptation rights - generally belong to the studio or production company that makes the film for the entire term of the copyright. Exceptions might occur when a script is written on spec or when the author of an underlying work, such as a novel, grants the production company the right to make just one film.

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