Perhaps the best way to describe the hefty sums top talent agencies shell out for their headquarters comes from one of Hollywood's best-known tenpercenters, WME's Ari Emanuel: "Oy, gevalt. That's a…
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Today's MGM is a corporate anomaly — it's either primed for a moment of rebirth or sitting in a holding pattern.
MGM will be a step closer Friday to its dream of becoming a major studio once again, when the company closes a $650 million refinancing that will help the Lion fund ventures in new media and more of…
Visual effects company Digital Domain Sunday night confirmed it sale to Galloping Horse America and Mumbai-based Reliance Mediaworks for $30.2 million.
Sony has set a March 15, 2013, opening for "Carrie," MGM's remake of Stephen King's horror tale.
MGM's leaving its namesake lair at the MGM Tower in Century City for new digs in Beverly Hills.
Leo the Lion is coming back to life with MGM's restructuring plan becoming effective, fresh with $500 million in funding to revamp the storied studio.
With MGM on the verge of emergence from bankruptcy, Leo the Lion's cutting staff with about 45 slots disappearing.
Twentieth Century Fox is taking over the Farrelly brothers' "The Three Stooges" from MGM and is eyeing a March start date for the long-gestating feature.
MGM's long-murky future will come into focus this week, as a federal bankruptcy court is set to confirm its bankruptcy plan.
A Chinese company is trying to buy a stake in the debt-ridden Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as part of its reorganization plan, which is still awaiting regulatory approval, a senior biz official told local…
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