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(EXCLUSIVE): Could MGM merge three studios contacts into one?

For many years, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have partnered with five film studios: 20th Century Fox International, Universal Pictures (2001 only), Columbia Pictures (2005-2016), Warner Bros (started in 2012), and Paramount Pictures (started in 2013). 264 more words

MGM expects to be public company in 3-5 years

Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer expects to be a publicly traded company within five years, Chief Executive Officer Gary Barber said during a May 12 investors presentation.

“We envision in the next three to five years, within that period, to be a public structure so that we can unlock the value of this great company,” Barber said. 150 more words

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Remembering Cubby Broccoli's racehorse

Saturday was the 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby, which got us to thinking about the time James Bond producer Albert R. Broccoli had a horse in the race. 187 more words

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Annette Bening to star in a non-007 film for Broccoli

Annette Bening will star in a non-007 movie for producer Barbara Broccoli, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, VARIETY REPORTED.

Here’s an excerpt:

Shooting will begin in the U.K.

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A footnote about two of Wilson & Broccoli's non-007 films

We read a debate on a 007-related message board about the non-Bond films of Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.

Supporters of the Eon Productions co-bosses said it was great they were involved with other projects, it would keep them fresh and invigorated. 294 more words

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Barbara Broccoli named BAFTA VP for film

Barbara Broccoli, co-boss of Eon Productions, has been named vice president of film for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the organization said in a statement. 140 more words

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James Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli Appointed BAFTA Vice-President For Film

James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has been appointed BAFTA’s VP for film. Her appointment follows Greg Dyke coming aboard as BAFTA’s VP for TV. Previous VPs for film include Duncan Kenworthy and Lord Puttnam. 264 more words

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