Icahn renews Lionsgate push [New York Post]

The proposed merger between Lions Gate and MGM aren’t going at all smoothly thanks to Carl Icahn’s hostile takeover bid of Lions Gate. According to an article in the New York Post:

Merger talks between Lionsgate Entertainment and MGM are not going well, sources close to the situation said.

Lionsgate, the producer of the “Mad Men” series, and MGM, owner of the James Bond franchise, were in talks during the last few weeks. MGM has defaulted on its $4 billion in debt.

Read “Icahn renews Lionsgate push” at the New York Post

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One Response to “Icahn renews Lionsgate push [New York Post]”

  • Bernard Brule

    Personaly,I think it’s very long to find an accord for for starting to film Bond 23.We’re all waiting (including Daniel Craig)for the conclusion of that. What else can we do? We’ll see soon,I hope. Bernard