According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Home Video and Intermedia Film Distribution, a subsidiary of the Munich and Los Angeles-based Internationalmedia AG, have inked a 10-year exclusive distribution deal for Intermedia's entire film library.

The library includes such titles as the Jean-Claude Van Damme action-adventure Time Cop, the Demi Moore starrer GI Jane and Louis Malle's Vanya on 42nd Street.

WHV paid the company an advance of $3.5 million for worldwide home video rights to the library as well as pay-per-view, video-on-demand and television rights in the U.S., Canada and Germany, Intermedia said in a statement Wednesday. Intermedia also will receive a video royalty as part of the deal, the statement added.