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 China Recon Holdings acquired 51% stake in US film studio for $100 million

chinese-film-investor-millennium.jpgChinese firm Recon Holdings has acquired a 51% stake in US film production company Millennium Films for $100 million.

Best known for its franchise properties Rambo and The Expendables, Millennium has generated over $1.2 billion in worldwide box office revenues since 2011. Recon Holding (Recon Wenyuan Cable Co) was founded in 2001 and is based in Yixing, China. It is controlled by Recon Group, a multinational conglomerate which owns the Aston Villa football club.

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 China Wanda Group in talks to acquire stake in Lions Gate studio

wanda-lionsgate.pngChinese conglomerate Wanda Group is in talks to acquire a stake in Lions Gate Entertainment Corp the $4.7 billion studio behind "The Hunger Games" movies.

Wanda Group, which runs department-stores, tourism businesses and chain of movie theaters in China, acquired AMC Entertainment in 2012 for $2.6 billion to expand into the US. Talks with Lions Gate are at an early stage. Wanda has also held discussions about investing in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, the producer of James Bond films.

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 China Galloping Horse to acquire Hollywood studio for $30 million

galloping_horse_digital_domain.pngA joint venture led by Chinese film and TV company Galloping Horse has submitted a winning bid to acquire one of Hollywood's leading visual effects studios for $30 million.

Galloping Horse America, a division of the Beijing-based media company, has partnered with Reliance MediaWorks, the post-production company that is part of the Indian conglomerate Reliance ADA, to buy Digital Domain's visual effects studios in Venice and Vancouver, Canada.

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 Chinese Investor Wu formed joint venture with Fast Five director

sun-jin.jpgBruno Wu's, chairman of Sun Redrock Investment which is one of the largest privately-held media investment groups in China, has announced a joint venture with Fast Five director Justin Lin to form a media company .

The announcement comes within weeks of the launch of $800-million fund, Harvest Seven Stars Media Fund, which is a partnership between Chinese firm Harvest Alternative Investment and Mr. Wu's firm. The fund will invest across mergers & acquisitions and content.

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