The first major studio in decades, Lionsgate is a global content platform whose films, television series, digital products and linear and over-the-top platforms reach next generation audiences around the world.
Lionsgate's Motion Picture Group encompasses eight film labels and more than 40 feature film releases a year. In addition to wide releases from its Lionsgate and Summit Entertainment labels, the Company's film business includes: Pantelion Films, Codeblack Films, Roadside Attractions, and the Lionsgate UK film & television production and ...
Lions Gate Entertainment Corporation, doing business as Lionsgate, is a Canadian-American entertainment company. It was formed by Frank Giustra on July 10, 1997, domiciled in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and is currently headquartered in Santa Monica, California, United States.
Lionsgate+ is the place where you can watch original titles such as Outlander, Station Eleven, The Serpent Queen, The Great, Power Book, Gaslit, Tokyo Vice, Blindspotting, Dr Death, Doom Patrol ...
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Lionsgate Films (formerly known as Cinépix Film Properties) is a Canadian-American film production and film distribution studio, headquartered in Santa Monica and founded in Canada, and is the flagship [vague] division of Lionsgate Entertainment. It is the largest and most successful mini-major film studio in North America.
Lionsgate continues to grow into a vertically integrated global content platform of increasing diversity, reach and scale. The Company’s portfolio of assets includes one of the largest independent television businesses in the world, a 17,000-title film and television library, a world-class film business and an expanding global distribution ...
Lionsgate's neo-noir action thriller "John Wick: Chapter 4" opened this weekend with North American ticket sales estimated at an impressive $73.5 million, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations reported Sunday.And in fifth, down one spot from last weekend, was sci-fi thriller "65" from Sony and Columbia Pictures, at $3.3 million.