NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) --

Google

(GOOG) - Get Report

is reportedly looking to acquire the digital rights to

Miramax

films in order to improve YouTube's premium content offerings.

The

New York Post

reports that Google is in talks with

Filmyard

, citing sources close to the situation, which is close to completing its $664 million purchase of Miramax from

Walt Disney

(DIS) - Get Report

.

A licensing deal between Filmyard and Google would include the rights to more than 700 titles such as

Kill Bill

,

Pulp Fiction

and

No Country For Old Men

.

Sources said Google is looking to buy the film rights to enhance its content offerings at YouTube to compete with premium streaming services such as Hulu and

Netflix

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, which has also shown interest in Miramax's library.

"We're always talking to the studios about different things and Disney remains a valuable YouTube partner," a Google spokesman told the

Post

. "Outside of that, we don't comment on rumor or speculation."

The deal is expected to take place by the end of the year.

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