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MGM: Co-financing partners and Annapurna?

Discussion in 'Beginners, General Questions' started by Filmfanatic10, Jul 25, 2018.

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    Filmfanatic10

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    Is MGM still going to co-finance films with studio partners like Warner, Paramount, Sony and Universal and utilize their distribution services even after relaunching their theatrical distribution arm with Annapurna, or are they trying to break free from the studios they collaborate with and move back to financing movies on their own with the Annapurna deal?

    (I know Creed 2 and The Sun is Also a Star are co-financed by Warner and Bond 25 is being co-financed by Universal while outside moves like The Girl in the Spider's Web and A Star is Born (2018) are co-financed by MGM, but looking at the rest of their slate including The Addams Family, Legally Blonde 3, RoboCop Returns and the Child's Play reboot, they still could use co-financing from the other studios.)

    EDIT: It looks like I posted in the wrong category. Can someone move iy to Movies please?
     

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