2019 stars we've lost in the entertainment industry this year
Activist investor Carl Icahn has upped his stake on casino giant Caesars Entertainment
EXCLUSIVE: Annabella Sciorra, who earned an Emmy nom for her stint on HBO’s The Sopranos, is attached to star in God the Worm, an indie film written and to be directed by Eric Schaeffer. Mainstay Entertainment principals Norman Aladjem and Ray Moheet are producing the project, which will commence filming this month.
STX Entertainment, the upstart studio known for films such as “The Upside” and “I Feel Pretty,” has raised $700 million in new capital to fuel growth. The new funds for the five-year-old Burbank-based studio, founded by Robert Simonds, is a combination of equity and refinancing of debt, said STX’s
Bookmaker said new limit on FOBT stakes would not have material impact on business
EXCLUSIVE: Boat Rocker Media has made a significant financial investment in talent management/production company Untitled Entertainment. With the cash infusion, Untitled, in collaboration with Boat Rocker, plans to expand all aspects of its business with a focus on television, film and digital production. That includes new hires and development funding.
Entertainment firm Gate Ventures, of which the Duchess of York is executive director, is said to be facing collapse after posting £9.8million losses last year.