Spider-Man 2 isn't even in theaters yet, but Fox and FX have already wrapped up the TV rights. The two co-owned networks struck a 10-year deal with Sony Pictures Television said to be worth $50 million.
When the deal kicks in December 2006, Fox will get three plays in the first three years. Then the movie goes to FX. Sony could strike a deal for another broadcast window during the same period.
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