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Lions Gate Entertainment Corp.
2700 Colorado Avenue
Suite 200
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: 310-449-9200
Fax: 310-255-3870
Web Site:
http://www.lionsgatefilms.com

 

About Lionsgate

Lionsgate is a nearly $2 billion diversified global entertainment corporation with a leading presence in motion picture production and distribution, television programming and syndication, home entertainment, family entertainment, digital distribution and new channel platforms. Lionsgate's blueprint for growth combines the flexibility and entrepreneurial culture of an independent, with the financial and strategic relationship of a major studio and the structure and consumer focus of a top digital age company.

During the past 10 years, Lionsgate has grown into a leading filmed entertainment studio through a combination of organic growth and accretive strategic acquisitions. With the acquisitions of Artisan Entertainment, Trimark Holdings and other available libraries, Lionsgate now manages one of the most prestigious and prolific libraries in the entertainment industry with nearly 13,000 titles, a diverse portfolio of businesses, and an exciting, commercially potent feature film slate of approximately12 to 15 releases per year.

Lionsgate's feature film slate generated more than half a billion dollars at the North American box office in calendar year 2010, fueled by such box office hits as THE EXPENDABLES, Lionsgate's most profitable film ever, THE LAST EXORCISM, SAW 3D, KICK ASS, TYLER PERRY'S WHY DID I GET MARRIED TOO? and the critically-acclaimed PRECIOUS, which won two Academy Awards®. Other hits in the past two years included DAYBREAKERS, MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D, HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT, FORBIDDEN KINGDOM, RAMBO and THE BANK JOB. Lionsgate has earned 55 Academy Award® nominations and 10 Oscar® wins over the past 10 years, more than any other independent studio.

Last fall, the Company announced its plans to partner with Latin media giant Televisa to form Pantelion Films, which acquires, produces and distributes a full slate of English and Spanish language feature films for the fast-growing audience of 26 million Hispanic moviegoers in the U.S. Supported by the top U.S. theatrical exhibition circuits, Pantelion kicked off its slate with the January 28, 2011 debut of the comedy FROM PRADA TO NADA.

The highly diversified company also features a vibrant television production and syndication business with 15 prime-time cable and broadcast network series spanning 12 channels, including the Emmy® Award-winning drama series "Mad Men" and "Weeds," the critically-acclaimed "Nurse Jackie" and the comedy "Blue Mountain State." Lionsgate's television programming has earned 77 Emmy® nominations and seven Emmy® wins in the past 10 years, including 26 Emmy® nominations in the past year alone.

The Company also has a syndicated portfolio of television series through its Debmar-Mercury television distribution arm that includes Tyler Perry's hit "House of Payne," with 212 total episodes produced for Turner Broadcasting and the Fox syndicated station group, its spinoff "Meet the Browns," "The Wendy Williams Show," the recently launched comedy "Are We There Yet?" on TBS, the upcoming "Jeremy Kyle Talk Show" and such evergreen classics as "South Park," "Family Feud" and "Trivial Pursuit."

Lionsgate's $600-million-a-year home entertainment business has 7% market share and the industry's highest box office-to-DVD conversion rate, including such recent hit titles as THE EXPENDABLES, KICK ASS, PRECIOUS, the first five seasons of "Weeds," the first three seasons of "Mad Men" and the first season of "Nurse Jackie."

Lionsgate is also building a portfolio of new channel businesses, including FEARnet, the branded horror channel operated with partners Sony and Comcast, TV Guide Network, acquired in February 2009 and operated in conjunction with JPMorgan's One Equity Partners, EPIX, the new premium entertainment channel with partners Viacom and MGM, and Tiger Gate, which operates the branded action and horror channels Kix and Thrill in Asia in partnership with the Saban Capital Group.

TV Guide Network, a fully distributed channel reaching over 80 million homes, has achieved significant growth of its content and distribution businesses in its first two years under the Lionsgate banner, and it is airing the recently-acquired strips "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Weeds" and "Ugly Betty" with fresh original programming in the pipeline. TV Guide.com is a leading online navigation site which has grown from 5 million to 21 million unique monthly visitors in the past three years.

EPIX continues to gain momentum with its transformative carriage agreement with Netflix along with other recent carriage deals with Verizon, Charter, Cox, Suddenlink, Mediacom, NCTC and DISH Network. EPIX has gone from launch to profitability in its first year and is already available in more than 30 million homes.

Tiger Gate is expanding its distribution footprint across Asia, with recent launches in Hong Kong, Singapore and Indonesia, and it is scheduled to roll out to the Philippines and additional key Asian territories in the next year. Its Thrill channel showcases high-end local Asian horror films and thrillers and hit television series, and it will also leverage Lionsgate's vast stockpile of horror/thriller content as well as other Hollywood studio hits. The Kix channel is a fast-paced, action-packed channel featuring a mix of Asian blockbuster motion pictures, hit television series, cutting edge reality series, action game shows, anime, extreme sports, mixed martial arts events and classic martial arts masterpieces, bringing together a broad spectrum of Asian content as well as international content with an Asian influence.

Other companies within the Lionsgate family include Lionsgate UK (originally Redbus Film Distributors), acquired in October 2005, and the independent production and distribution company Mandate Pictures, acquired in August 2007, which subsequently released the box office hit and Best Picture Academy Award® nominee JUNO, as well as HAROLD AND KUMAR 2, NICK AND NORA'S INFINITE PLAYLIST and Sam Raimi's DRAG ME TO HELL.

Lionsgate has also made investments in Break.com, the leading online site for young men ages 18-34 with more than 80 million monthly unique users worldwide, and in Roadside Attractions, an independent film production and distribution platform that released the drama WINTER'S BONE, which earned four Academy Award® nominations this year, Best Foreign Language Film nominee BIUTIFUL which also earned a Best Actor nomination for Javier Bardem and last year's Academy Award® winning documentary THE COVE. Lionsgate has also created a vibrant global distribution infrastructure that includes the product of a growing roster of third parties including Relativity Media, Gold Circle Films, Televisa and StudioCanal, in addition to Lionsgate's own content.

During the past 10 years, Lionsgate has grown its revenues eightfold, from $180 million to nearly $1.6 billion, its theatrical box office market share tenfold, the size of its library 15 times over and its television revenues by a multiple of 50, from $8 million in 2000 to $351 million last year.


LIST OF THEATRICALLY RELEASED FILMS:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Lionsgate_films


LIST OF TELEVISION PRODUCTIONS:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lionsgate_Television

MOCKINGJAY PART 1: NOVEMBER 21, 2014


Box Office History for Lionsgate Movies
http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/series/LionsGate.php#

 




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LGF News: CBS FILMS AND LIONSGATE ANNOUNCE MULTI-YEAR FILM DISTRIBUTION PARTNERSHIP 11/13/2014 10:45:00 AM
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#937  Sticky Note Box Office History for Lionsgate Movies starbuxsux 03/24/14 02:05:54 PM
#1376   Good post and good points fung_derf 11/26/14 10:33:42 AM
#1375   These were bought last Thursday. LGF share price llessurK 11/25/14 07:08:38 PM
#1374   Ya know, if you're looking for a production fung_derf 11/25/14 04:58:01 PM
#1373   For the record, right now a Dec. 37 fung_derf 11/25/14 12:48:24 PM
#1372   Aha...I see now where my brain fart was starbuxsux 11/25/14 12:37:30 PM
#1371   Really? Again, this was the post.... fung_derf 11/25/14 12:31:58 PM
#1370   So wasn't that a winning bet if that starbuxsux 11/25/14 12:21:03 PM
#1369   Could have been 3200 people buying them, that's fung_derf 11/25/14 12:18:40 PM
#1368   If I own the stock and sold the starbuxsux 11/25/14 12:09:41 PM
#1367   Covered calls mean they own the stock, then fung_derf 11/25/14 11:46:43 AM
#1366   Not if they were "covered" calls right? starbuxsux 11/25/14 11:30:14 AM
#1365   I would say they lost that bet. fung_derf 11/25/14 09:48:14 AM
#1364   SA article on LGF out: llessurK 11/25/14 08:54:43 AM
#1363   Someone bought 8k LGF $37 Dec calls last llessurK 11/24/14 09:49:53 PM
#1362   They have the top opening weekend for the fung_derf 11/24/14 04:09:52 PM
#1361   Good to see the stock recover most of starbuxsux 11/24/14 03:40:14 PM
#1360   Yeah, the film industry is notoriously inconsistent, because InvestmentFan 11/24/14 01:03:59 PM
#1359   Buying movie production company stock is too fickle. fung_derf 11/24/14 11:33:43 AM
#1358   Hunger Games - Mockingjay 1 Opens With "Just" llessurK 11/23/14 07:00:35 PM
#1357   Lionsgate Stock Slides Following ‘Mockingjay’ Opening starbuxsux 11/23/14 08:22:37 AM
#1356   Unfortunately I was right...Fortunately on Thursday I sold starbuxsux 11/22/14 06:51:38 AM
#1355   Yea, got me a bit worried but ticket braindamaged 11/21/14 02:48:46 PM
#1354   This drop a good entry now? Wanka 11/21/14 01:17:50 PM
#1353   $150 Million Opening Expected for Latest 'Hunger Games' starbuxsux 11/20/14 05:40:22 PM
#1352   http://whatculture.com/film/hunger-games-mockingjay-part-1-10-reasons-sucks starbuxsux 11/20/14 12:44:22 PM
#1351   If the movie is decent, they will make fung_derf 11/20/14 12:35:49 PM
#1350   The critics are bashing the company for splitting starbuxsux 11/20/14 12:20:41 PM
#1349   Uh oh, if you're bearish everyone should be. fung_derf 11/20/14 11:53:40 AM
#1348   Reviews for MockingJay Part 1 are not nice...getting starbuxsux 11/20/14 10:41:18 AM
#1347   I know flexible ticket pricing has been kicked InvestmentFan 11/19/14 02:29:02 PM
#1346   At 'Mockingjay' premiere, glitz and glamour among the ruins starbuxsux 11/19/14 01:25:27 PM
#1345   EPIX Teams with National Hockey League for Two-Part, starbuxsux 11/19/14 01:24:09 PM
#1344   "Brit films should be cheaper at cinemas," says starbuxsux 11/18/14 02:32:21 PM
#1343   Oh yeah, those Hunger Games movies are huge. InvestmentFan 11/18/14 12:14:57 PM
#1342   Here comes the Hunger Games buzz for Lions starbuxsux 11/18/14 10:36:51 AM
#1341   That's good news. CBS Films is an up-and-comer InvestmentFan 11/14/14 04:26:30 PM
#1340   Lionsgate Takes Over CBS Films’ Distribution & Global Sales starbuxsux 11/13/14 11:42:03 AM
#1339   Very interesting article, thanks for posting it. I InvestmentFan 11/10/14 12:44:53 PM
#1338   Alibaba Billionaire Jack Ma Heads Out on Hollywood starbuxsux 10/28/14 10:42:42 PM
#1337   My agent tells me that Alibaba is buying AnimanFan99 10/28/14 08:14:50 PM
#1336   Redbox, Lionsgate Sign Multi-Year Agreement starbuxsux 10/28/14 08:12:39 PM
#1335   Could be starbuxsux 10/28/14 12:39:10 PM
#1334   Buy on rumor, sell on news? fung_derf 10/28/14 12:37:59 PM
#1333   Earnings Nov. 6 starbuxsux 10/28/14 12:36:05 PM
#1332   Something tells me they'd rather be in bed starbuxsux 10/27/14 12:35:37 PM
#1331   DJ Alibaba Going Hollywood? -- Barron's Blog fung_derf 10/27/14 12:32:40 PM
#1330   Alibaba already has a streaming deal in place starbuxsux 10/27/14 12:29:56 PM
#1329   Alibaba rumors have been running wild here...I suppose starbuxsux 10/27/14 12:27:50 PM
#1328   Is that a rumor or confirmed? fung_derf 10/27/14 12:25:20 PM
#1327   Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is reportedly set to starbuxsux 10/27/14 12:22:37 PM
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