Lionsgate is refinancing $450 million of its existing high-yield debt in a move that will save over $20 million annually in interest expense. The studio made the announcement Monday in an 8-K filing…
Relativity Media has grown at a fast clip the past few years as Ryan Kavanaugh revved up his film and TV operations. But that expansion has been fueled by new investors and pricey debt, leading…
Financially strapped Digital Domain Media Group said its main lenders have agreed to a forbearance, meaning they won't force the company to repay $35 million it owes. That pressure could have pushed…
LONDON -- International film services company Reliance MediaWorks, part of Indian billionaire Anil Ambani's conglom, is raising $107 million to pay down debt, it announced Wednesday.
Billionaire supermarket magnate Ron Burkle is getting deeper into the Relativity business, opening his wallet for a third time in less than six months to back the company's latest fundraising efforts.
Having just made a final $40 million payment to settle its years-old credit lifeline with Goldman Sachs, The Weinstein Company is now mulling a new production fund, reviewing pitches from banks and…
Focus Features kick started Labor Day weekend box office on Wednesday, launching thriller "The Debt" at 1,786 locations and taking a reported $958,670.
Focus Features will release Miramax's "The Debt" on Aug. 31.
Lenders for MGM have agreed to forgive debt payments for the seventh time in a year, giving the storied studio six more weeks of breathing room to restructure.
A trio of Mossad agents are haunted by what they owe their country and one another.
Egypt TV is in debt to suppliers of foreign programs and news agencies to the tune of 3 billion Egyptian pounds (about $500 million), and every year is adding a whopping $135 million in debt…
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