Posts Tagged ‘ Box Office ’

False Representation vs. Breach of Contract in Film Financing – Who Wins?

May 7, 2015

Investment in film has the potential for high reward but is always combined with high risk. Little or no collateral, lack of liquidity, changing consumer demand, market competition and over zealous promises made by the filmmakers all contribute to the risk factor. Investors must rely on strong market analysis, distribution pre-sales and the integrity...
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Movies Aimed at Teenage Girls Bring Box Office Bank

June 13, 2014

In a recent interview with Conrad Wilson on American Pubic Radio’s “Marketplace” I shared my thoughts on the recent box office successes of girl driven teenage movies. For more on the topic, please read on. The Fault in the Stars, a teen drama about two young lovers bonded by Cancer was number one at...
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Can ‘Wolverine’ Claw Back Big-budget Hollywood Losses?

August 5, 2013

An article by Agence France Presse for which I was interviewed, AFP – “The Wolverine,” the latest “X Men’ spin-off, is hoping to claw back some Hollywood pride after a string of big-budget flops have left major Tinseltown studios licking their wounds.  Starring Hugh Jackman, the film is forecast to make over $70 million...
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