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.
Brazil lost 600,000 subs over the last six months of 2015. It’s no surprise that Netflix’s growth has been spectacular. Sky lost 300,000 in the same period.
Will Relativity’s Kavanaugh be able to escape the legal actions in connection with misappropriating $10 million in P&A capital used to prop up the company?
Netflix’s top executive endorsed the pending $55B Charter and Time Warner merger, saying he views it as a positive development for streaming video.
Antitrust issues are on the horizon for Wanda Group: CEO Wang Jianlin, China’s richest individual, announced the acquisition of Legendary for $3.5 billion.
The makers of the Machete film franchise did not have their constitutional rights violated when Texas denied their application for a film incentive grant.
In August 2015, angry investors who lost money on Shan Jiuliang’s Fanya Metals Exchange, attacked, detained, and escorted him to the closest police station.
A group of small cable providers have complained to the FCC that content providers like AMC Networks Inc. hold too much leverage in carriage negotiations.
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?
Suspended California attorney and movie producer Peter M. Hoffman, who is awaiting sentencing in Louisiana for a film tax credit fraud.