Lionsgate’s global consortium focused on remaking local-language movies has added new partners in Brazil and Colombia.
Globalgate Entertainment, the local-language film production and financing venture that’s aligned with Lionsgate, has added new companies to the consortium. Brazil’s Paris Filmes and Colombia’s Cine Colombia are now part of the group of 11 partners that also includes Televisa, Gaumont, Nordisk, Kadokawa, Lotte, Tobis, TME and Belga. Narcos producer Dynamo Productions also is in the mix now.
Vindicating Lionsgate’s launch of the Globalgate consortium to take advantage of the popularity of local-language titles, ‘No Manches Frida’, scored a first weekend Pesos 62 million (about $3.2 million) in Mexico, the third-highest opening for a Mexican movie of all time.
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