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Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 Hires More Key Executive Team Members

Shaun Williams joins as chief financial officer, Lindsey Bayman will run business affairs and Mark Bakshi will oversee physical production

Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 Hires Former Fox Literary Exec Chris Goldberg

He helped acquire Fox projects including 'Gone Girl' and 'Fault In Our Stars'

The Second Acts of Former Studio Heads: Who Can Reinvent Himself?

Adam Fogelson, Tom Rothman, Jeff Robinov and Oren Aviv all are launching major ventures after losing top studio jobs. Will Hollywood (and help from China) provide a happy ending?

Jeff Robinov’s Studio 8 Finalizes Bank Funding (Exclusive)

The new company has secured $1 billion and plans to announce its first film project in the coming weeks

Inside SoftBank’s Studio Grab: Is a DreamWorks Deal Really Dead?

Japan's richest man begins a Hollywood courtship as Jeffrey Katzenberg floats a $4 billion sale to Rupert Murdoch, Legendary seeks an investor and everyone wonders what big deal is next

Jeff Robinov Unveils Sony Plans: “Visually Unique” Films, China Co-Productions

Studio envisions releasing 18 to 22 movies per year

China’s Fosun Pacts With Shanghai Film Group on Investment Fund

Fosun head Guo Guangchang says the deal will "inject new vitality" into its film and TV operations.

Jeff Robinov’s Challenge: Make Movies Before Chinese Investors Lose Patience (Analysis)

The former Warner Bros. exec may be able to bring an especially attractive project together fast thanks to his close relationships with such talent as Christopher Nolan.

Jeff Robinov Finds Financing From China’s Fosun International

UPDATED: The company announced its commitment in a filing with the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.

Jeff Robinov Close to Deal With Investors Worth Up to $300M

Chinese conglomerate Fosun will provide the bulk of financing while Huayi Brothers may also invest in the former Warner Bros. executive's Studio 8, which will distribute its films through Sony.

Box Office: Warner Bros.’ Stormy Summer Leads to Strategy Questions

Tom Cruise and Adam Sandler disappoint, "Jersey Boys" tracking is low, and a lack of proven franchises puts the usually dominant studio in a bind. Snarks one observer, "It's not so easy, post-Harry…

Hong Kong Filmart Abuzz With Talk of China Market Liberalization

Industry insiders at the annual market discuss a slew of recent developments that seem designed to make China a more open and hospitable market, but some remain cautious.