Media Rights Capital, the prolific financing and production shingle behind such films as “Ted” and “Elysium” and Netflix's “House of Cards” is looking to sell a share of the company to Guggenheim…
Mexican helmer Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu is developing a drama series for Media Rights Capital, marking his first foray in the U.S. TV market. Inarritu is co-creating the property and will direct…
Sony and MRC have agreed to co-produce and co-finance “Elysium” director Neill Blomkamp's next film, “Chappie.” The duo made the announcement on Tuesday. Starring Blomkamp regular Sharlto Copley…
Media Rights Capital and the Philip K. Dick Estate have resolved their claims against each other over proceeds from “The Adjustment Bureau.” Terms of the settlement were not disclosed in a statement…
After it had to leave Warner Bros. due to an expiring option, “The Accountant” may have found a new home with MRC and Sony in early talks to co-finance the film. No deal has been locked in yet, but…
Media Rights Capital and Universal Pictures have teamed up to co-finance the crime pic “Highwaymen” with John Lee Hancock (pictured) on board to direct. The two companies had previously teamed on the…
Media Rights Capital has upped Liz Jenkins to VP of corporate development.
Media Rights Capital's new deal with Universal represents the biggest rent-a-studio pact with a major since Disney joined hands with DreamWorks.
The CW has finally pulled the plug on Media Rights Capital's Sunday night time buy, ending an experiment that had quickly soured.
Despite a worldwide credit crunch, equity funding is still pouring into the movie business. Media Rights Capital has committed $250 million to fully finance eight films.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures