Steven Spielberg has entered into a partnership with Netflix in which his production company, Amblin Partners, will make multiple feature films per year.
The deal, which was announced on Monday, doesn’t specifically include any movies directed by Spielberg. He will release West Side Story theatrically with Disney’s 20th Century Studios this December. Amblin has a separate deal with Universal Pictures for theatrical releases.
Amblin’s roster includes Oscar Best Picture winner Green Book and 1917, which won three Oscars, two Golden Globes and grossed more than $385 million at the worldwide box office.
Netflix and Amblin previously worked together on the Academy Award-nominated The Trial of the Chicago 7 and are currently collaborating on Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein film, Maestro.