The unofficial expansion of the Chinese film quota system is taking place right now. So far in 2016 over 40 revenue-sharing films have screened.
Xinke New Materials is acquiring an 80% stake in Nicolas Chartier’s Voltage Pictures. The acquisition amount will range between $345 and $518M.
Relativity could soon hold the dubious distinction of becoming the fastest company in U.S. corporate history to go bust after restructuring.
Paramount Pictures made several commitments to the European Commission in their antitrust case against US studios and EU broadcasters.
China’s Perfect World Pictures will co-finance 25% of Universal’s B-slate over five years. The $500 million deal is the second major tie-up in a week.
In an attempt to cash-in on the television boom, eOne is building a greater presence in the U.S. But is eOne’s rush into television too little too late?
Financial backer of Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8, Fosun International, suspended trading on its stock after their chief executive went missing.
[Updated]: With Divergent: Allegiant and Now You See Me 2 both tracking around $120 million each, how is Lionsgate going to plug a $350 million hole in their slate?