EOne preparing to complete takeover of Alliance Films

The proposed $225-million takeover of Alliance Films by Entertainment One has cleared a key regulatory hurdle. Entertainment One (also known as eOne) says a waiting period required under Canadian law has passed without intervention by the federal Competition Bureau. Entertainment One said it will now move to close the deal as soon as possible. Related […]

The proposed $225-million takeover of Alliance Films by Entertainment One has cleared a key regulatory hurdle.

Entertainment One (also known as eOne) says a waiting period required under Canadian law has passed without intervention by the federal Competition Bureau.

Entertainment One said it will now move to close the deal as soon as possible.

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Entertainment One confirms talks regarding Alliance acquisition

eOne specializes in the acquisition, production and distribution of film and television content in Canada, the United States and several other countries.

Alliance Films is one of the top five independent filmed entertainment companies in the world and is a leading film distributor, co-financier and producer.

Among its recent films is Looper – a sci-fi action film about time travel.

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