The lawsuit never mentions the figure $1.5 billion that was widely ceased upon, and instead, opts for – “amount to be proven at trial.”
Relativity filed a $1.5B lawsuit against Netflix claiming breach of contract and trade libel, which a Netflix’s spokesperson called “baseless and ironic.”
Wanda’s CEO Jianlin is in Hollywood to purchase more media properties. The acquisition of Legendary for $3.5 billion was the biggest Hollywood-China tie-up.
Netflix reported subscriber data at the close of business on Monday that significantly outperformed expectations. The stock soared – closing up 19.62%.
Relativity could soon hold the dubious distinction of becoming the fastest company in U.S. corporate history to go bust after restructuring.
“Disney, which is very good in China, had their movie service shutdown. Apple had their movie service closed down. It doesn’t look good.” – Netflix CEO
At The New Yorker’s TechFest event last Friday the CEO of Netflix attacked the theater owners for the lack of innovation in the film business.
If there is one thing that Relativity Media’s Ryan Kavanaugh knows, it’s a comeback. Relativity Media’s Ryan Kavanaugh has given many successful pitches…
One week before Shanghai Film went public, state-owned Omnijoi Media, listed on the ChiNext. On the very next day, China Film made debut on the main board.
In a shocking spectacle of insider dealing, the Chairman of Baidu, along with others announced plans in February 2016 to buyout iQiyi from Baidu for $2.3B.