I mean, both companies now have a new relationship ever since they co-financed The Hobbit movie trilogy and that their CEOs/chairmen are actually close friends, so I wonder if Warner Bros. should either buy MGM or sign a new distribution deal (i.e. theatrical, DVD and Blu-ray) for them. When it comes to home entertainment, MGM's distribution deal with Fox is about to expire sometime this year, so because Fox has poor DVD and Blu-ray sales and WB already owns MGM's pre-1986 library since the merger between Turner and Time Warner in 1996, they (WB) should team up with MGM itself and start handling the rest of their library and the other libraries that MGM bought over the years since WB has done a good job handling a lot of film and TV libraries, especially on DVD and Blu-ray. They should even begin using a license of MGM's logo/trademark for the pre-1986 library. So, does anyone think this might (or would likely) happen?