Amblin Partners of the famous American filmmaker Steven Spielberg has teamed up with media streaming giant Netflix for several films per year. The deal does not entirely involve any movies to be directed by Spielberg, but it could bring impressive ones, depending entirely on the partnership’s criteria.

Amblin Partners includes filmmakers and producers that use the banners of Amblin Entertainment and DreamWorks Pictures. It also includes Amblin Television, Reliance Entertainment, Alibaba Pictures, Entertainment One (eOne), and Universal Pictures. “At Amblin, storytelling will forever be at the center of everything we do, and from the minute Ted [Netflix’s chief content officer] and I started discussing a partnership, it was abundantly clear that we had an amazing opportunity to tell new stories together and reach audiences in new ways,” Spielberg said.

Amblin has helped produce a wide variety of movies besides Spielberg’s, such as “Green Book” and “1917.” Amblin and Netflix have also previously partnered in the movie “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” which it co-produced and sold to Netflix. When his 2019 issue about being “unsupportive” of streaming innovation was brought up, Spielberg clarified that a great story is the most important and everyone should have access to great stories, whether on a small or big screen. The beloved filmmaker is also set to release “West Side Story” in December with Disney’s 20th Century Studios.