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Disney sells to Comcast's Fandango

Ticketing site, which Comcast purchased last year, will be able to provide more movie news and reviews information with the acquisition.

Fandango, the movie-ticketing company owned by Comcast since 2007, announced on Monday that it has acquired, a movie news and reviews aggregator. had previously been owned by Disney's Walt Disney Internet Group.

Financial details were not disclosed.

The aim of the acquisition is to provide a one-stop movie hub for the Web, executives said.

"We are pleased to expand our rich-entertainment reach through this strategic addition of," Chuck Davis, CEO of Fandango, said in a statement. The ticketing site currently sells admission to 15,000 theaters in the United States. "We'll be able to leverage our combined assets to offer millions of new moviegoers the best movie-related information available on the Web."