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re: Rowling not a good example
Posted by: DavidEsq 03:33 pm EDT 08/03/20
In reply to: re: Andrew Lloyd Webber reviews the CATS movie - fosse76 12:47 pm EDT 08/03/20

Rowling actually had fairly unprecedented rights over the films including approval of script and director. So while she may not have had final shot for shot approval of the film, the control she did have gave her significant power over the film (including demanding an all British cast).

Basically - rights holders get whatever rights they contract for. While there are some "standard" terms - those regularly get adjusted based on the relative bargaining power of the parties.
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