This glum, juiceless spy thriller is unlikely to find an audience on any frequency.
The Beaver Summit Entertainment
The three-decades-long love affair between Warner Bros. and Mel Gibson has hit a rough patch.
Summit Entertainment and Lionsgate have agreed to walk down the aisle, combining the town's leading minimajors in a complex cash and stock deal worth $412.5 million.
w 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (WB) $381,011,219 2. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Par) 352,390,543 3. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1* (Summit) 275,530,738 4. The…
HBO has stolen Summit Entertainment away from Showtime, signing an output deal with the minimajor that will cover four years beginning in 2013.
Mel Gibson delivers a performance very few could pull off in a film that can't navigate its seismic tonal shifts.
Summit Entertainment is planning to issue $800 million in new debt and, as a result, the mini-major has received its first debt ratings from Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poors.
Even with the economy rebounding, the majors are scrambling as never before to adjust to a fast-changing environment.
As Mel Gibson's PR woes mount, there are long-range questions about the effect on his career, as well as more immediate questions about the future of two completed films and two planned projects.
Abu Dhabi's $1 billion production arm Imagenation can't stop making deals.
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