Comcast and Verizon join Disney as the latest companies to express interest in buying film and television assets from Twenty-First Century Fox.
A false narrative is being advanced by news outlets that the reason for multiple failed deals is China’s clampdown on foreign investment.
Walt Disney Co has been in talks for the last couple weeks to buy film and television assets from conglomerate Twenty-First Century Fox.
Series viewership outpaces overall growth because Netflix is using vast resources to become a dedicated content creator.
Netflix didn’t acquire as many titles as sales agents and producers were expecting, but they added to their diminished film library.
CBS Films did not acquire I, Tonya after all – Neon and 30WEST will distribute in the U.S. UK’s Icon Film Distribution runs out of money, again!
The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) is underway. There are plenty of films to wet the appetite of distributors and streamers alike.
China’s Recon Group fails to close its acquisition of Avi Lerner’s Millennium Films. All Hollywood-China deals are in peril, as many have failed to close this year.
Wanda Group dismissed “vicious rumours” that its chairman Wang Jianlin and China’s richest person, was detained by authorities and forbidden to leave China.
Tang Media is set to purchase Open Road Films for an undisclosed amount. The price might as well be one dollar, given Open Road’s massive debt load.