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Lions Gate Entertainment Corp (LGF.A) Q4 2021 Earnings Call Transcript

LGF.A earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2021.

The Motley Fool | May 28, 2021

7 Best Media Stocks to Buy Now Amid The Big Merger Deals

M&A activity is heating up in the entertainment space, and these seven media stocks could be some of the next to do a deal.

Thomas Niel on InvestorPlace | May 26, 2021

DVD Rental Company Redbox Going Public Again In SPAC Merger: What Investors Should Know

Some investors might remember the DVD rental kiosk business Redbox as the unit of a publicly traded company during its successful early days. The company is coming back to the public markets in a SPAC merger. The SPAC Deal: Redbox is going public in a merger with Seaport Global Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ: SGAM ) valuing the company at $693 million. A PIPE of $50 million includes investments by media companies Screenvision, Thunder Road, Legendary Entertainment and Lions Gate Entertainment (NYSE: LGFA ) (NYSE: LGFB ). Apollo Global Management (NYSE: APO ) will remain the majority owner of Redbox. Current Seaport Global Acquisition shareholders will own 25.8% of the new company. About Redbox: With more than 40,000 kiosks and 150 retail partners, Redbox is the largest DVD rental kiosk compan...

Benzinga | May 17, 2021

'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' To Top Weekend Box Office As Theaters Rebound

After almost a year of uncertain times due to the COVID-19 crisis, "Spiral: From The Book Of Saw" is the first major movie to kick off the summer blockbuster season. What Happened: "Spiral: From The Book Of Saw ," a Lions Gate Entertainment Corp (NYSE: LGFA ) and Twisted Pictures movie, is expected to make close to $15 million in U.S. ticket sales this weekend. According to the research from Boxoffice Pro, the movie is expected to boost the overall box office, making it one of its strongest weekends in 2021. Starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, the "Saw" movie franchise has made a comeback after being away for four years … Full story available on Benzinga.com

Benzinga | May 15, 2021

Netflix Pays Reported $450M For 'Knives Out' Sequels

Netflix Inc (NASDAQ: NFLX ) has reportedly agreed to a deal worth $450 million to create two sequels to the popular 2019 film, “Knives Out.” What Happened: “Knives Out” was directed on a relatively modest $40 million and starred Daniel Craig as detective Benoit Blanc, with an all-star supporting cast including Chris Evans, Jamie Lee Curtis, Don Johnson, Christopher Plummer and Toni Collette. The film grossed $311.4 million and earned an Academy Award nomination for its screenplay. “Knives Out” was produced by MRC Entertainment and distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. (NYSE: LGF ). According to a report in the entertainment trade … Full story available on Benzinga.com

Benzinga | April 1, 2021

The State Of Streaming In 2021: A Fight For Content And Eyeballs

The now cliché expression “when one door closes, another opens” is attributed to Alexander Graham Bell, but this 19th century observation had uncommon resonance over the last 12 months in the entertainment industry. The door that closed — actually, thousands of doors — belonged to film exhibitors that were forced to close their theaters at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and could only reopen months later with severe new capacity restrictions. Not surprisingly, this slammed door wreaked havoc on the film world. The Motion Picture Association said this week that global box office revenues plummeted to $12 billion in 2020, a significant tumble from the record $42.3 billion generated in 2019. As for the corresponding door that opened, that belonged to the streaming industry. The MPA als...

Benzinga | March 19, 2021

Why Lions Gate Entertainment Stock Plummeted 29.3% in October

The entertainment stock has lost more than a third of its value year to date due to coronavirus-related headwinds.

The Motley Fool | November 5, 2020


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