Amazon may disrupt the movie theater business next.
Bloomberg News is reporting Amazon is looking to buy Landmark Theatres.
Citing people familiar with the situation, the media outlet said the movie chain's owners are working with investment bank Stephens and talking to "other suitors." It added that no decisions have been made and the discussions may not lead to a deal.
The news initially pressured other movie chain stocks.
Landmark Theatres was founded in 1974 and has 52 theaters with 252 screens in 27 markets. It is part of the Wagner/Cuban Companies and co-owned by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban. Landmark is the largest domestic movie chain focused on independent films, according to its website.
Amazon declined to comment for this story.