As the ink dries on its new agreement with Universal, Legendary Entertainment is closing a deal to bring more money to its fresh partnership. Thomas Tull’s production shingle is upsizing its JP…
Paramount and Content Partners escalated their dispute over the returns from a slate of 25 films from the 1990s in the studio’s portfolio, in a complicated case that is shedding light on the…
Since 1999, David Shaheen has missed just three Cannes Film Festivals, but with good reason: The global financial crisis.
Wood Creek Capital Management has purchased the Concord Music Group from Village Roadshow Entertainment Group. Sources close to the transaction expect it officially close on Friday. Wood Creek made…
CBS is poised to add more cable to its asset mix as it nears a deal to scoop up JP Morgan Chase & Co.’s half of TV Guide Network, which has been on the block for some time. Sources said the Eye will…
Banking on the success of "The Hobbit" and "Skyfall," MGM is refinancing its debt in a deal that will give the Lion more financial flexibility than it's had in years, including the opportunity to…
David Shaheen, managing director and group head & William Hageman, exec director, JPMorgan’s Entertainment Industries Group
JP Morgan, which traces trace its Hollywood lending back to the silent films of the 1920s, has been involved in a striking number of the deals described on these pages.
A federal judge has approved JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s $150 million settlement of a lawsuit by the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists retirement fund and other investors over losses…
PARIS -- Technicolor, which emerged from bankruptcy protection two years ago, has found its white knight: U.S. investment firm JPMorgan Chase & Co. will inject up to €158 million ($195.4 million) for…
From dashed hopes to confidence boosts, the year's biggest film finance stories revealed new players and strategies in funding the movie industry. Wall Street may have fled Hollywood in the wake of…
Through decades of Hollywood's financial ups and downs, JP Morgan has been a steadying force, and its Entertainment Industries Group today has in place $10 billion in credit facilities.