- v. To produce a creative work together with someone else
- co- + produce (Wiktionary)
“So Disney has to give back - aka coproduce films with China to be "counted" as a Chinese production.”
“Antholis believed the show would make a great fit for the new Cinemax and struck a deal to coproduce Season 2 with Sky.”
“Within weeks, one of his friends would convince him to coproduce a reality show—giving him the excuse it would be a public service.”
“Since Fleetwood Mac had always produced their own records with an engineer, here I was being asked to coproduce this crucial second album.”
“The filmmaker will direct as his next film a contemporary adaptation of Mary Chase's play 'Harvey,' about a man and his friendship with an invisible six-foot tall rabbit. 20th Century Fox and DreamWorks will coproduce the project.”
“You're going to act in the movie, as well as coproduce.”
“After the tour ends in August, he'll coproduce Snoop's next album -- a smart move, considering that the rapper's last two efforts under the guidance of Master P's label were lukewarm.”
“In May 2005, Pakistan — by then a key Washington ally in the war on terrorism — snubbed a new U.S. offer of F-16s and instead joined with Beijing to coproduce its own front-line fighter, which it may export.”
“And even as an untested leading lady, she'll take home a whopping $2 million for a modern-day "Cinderella Story," which her mother, Susan, will coproduce.”
“Late last year, the network renewed the show's contract with 19 Entertainment and Fremantle Media, which coproduce the show, agreeing to pay at least $95.5 million for four more seasons.”
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