Legion M is a company that thinks if fans have equity in the project, then maybe they will be more motivated than the average moviegoer.
Today, SYFY WIRE is exclusively debuting a preview page, as well as Legion M’s Kickstarter campaign for the comic's presale — which could just land you a seat at the film's development table alongside co-producer Co-Op Entertainment.
Mark Hamill, Laurence Fishburne, Clark Gregg, Felicia Day and Tom Desanto shared laughs at a tribute to Stan Lee at the TCL Chinese Theatre on Jan. 30.
Stars including Wesley Snipes, Kevin Smith and Corey Feldman came out to pay tribute to comic book legend Stan Lee at a Hollywood memorial service. Lee's daughter J.C. Lee also made a rare public appearance, walking quickly along the red carpet and shouting thanks to fans and reporters.
Legion M, billed as the world’s “first fan-owned entertainment company,” has promoted David Baxter to vice president of development, where he will oversee the company’s development slate of film, television, and VR projects with COO and head of content, Terri Lubaroff.
There seems to be some confusion amongst Kevin Smith fans. Jay & Silent Bob Reboot has officially been picked up for theatrical distribution by Saban Films and Legion M.
There’s no doubt that Kevin Smith has changed a great deal since his heart attack, including the fact that he became a vegan and lost a great deal of weight. If this new life path is being reflected in his work, then fans have will likely continue to have much to look forward to in the coming years.
Saban Films has picked up the North American rights to Kevin Smith’s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, the sequel to the 2001 comedy Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
Using the ‘wisdom of the crowd’ mentality, they’re launching Scout, a platform that allows movie lovers to rate the movies they see, from the film itself to buzz and audience reaction.
More than two months after the death of Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee, fans and celebrities alike will gather to commemorate his legacy at a tribute event in Hollywood on Jan. 30.
Friends and fans will gather at LA's famed Chinese Theatre on Jan. 30, 2019 to celebrate the legacy of Marvel icon Stan Lee.
Late Marvel Comics creator will be honored on Jan. 30 at the TCL Chinese Theatre
A tribute to the late Stan "The Man" Lee has been announced for Wednesday, January 30 at Hollywood's TCL Chinese Theatre.
Two crowdfunded companies, Legion M and Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment have formed a strategic partnership to jointly develop original content while giving fans the chance to potentially invest and receive equity in the projects.
In 2000, Paul Scanlan and Jeff Annison had the prescient idea for MobiTV, a service that would stream live TV to phones. Thinking their business proposal had a real chance, the two pitched it to their friends and family, who agreed and wanted to show their financial support.
Erik Figi left his hometown of Baraboo to pursue his dream of screen writing in the cutthroat world of Hollywood.
After seeing Terri at LA Comic-Con in 2017, I was eager to talk to her about Legion M, their recent success with the Nicolas Cage revenge flick, Mandy, and what it means to be one of the owners of a crowdfunded movie studio.
“To spread a virus, you need patient zero,” Scanlan told Quartz. “You need someone infected to walk through a crowded airport. If you have a lot of people doing that right out of the gate, then you have a better opportunity.”
Panos Cosmatos’s Mandy is the surprise horror hit of 2018. It features a completely unhinged Nicholas Cage, mutant motorcycle riders, and a macaroni spewing Cheddar Goblin. Now, fans of the arthouse fever dream can load up on officially-licensed Mandy merchandise; in addition to shirts and hats, you can snag some temporary tattoos and even a box of Cheddar Goblin mac n cheese!
We literally just got done telling you guys about a Chicago restaurant that’s launching a Cheddar Goblin-inspired, Mandy tribute menu this month, and now director Panos Cosmatos lets us know that there’s a limited edition Cheddar Goblin Halloween mask, now available!
Mandy has been one of the most talked about genre releases this year, and whether you are looking for Mandy apparel to wear around the house, want to dress as Red for Halloween, or are throwing a Mandy-themed party, Legion M has got you covered.
Now, Legion M has released a new batch of merch that ties directly to the movie, for those looking to bring a little bit of the craziness home.
Girl With No Name is an upcoming movie and comic book from Co-Op Entertainment and Legion M. It was announced at New York Comic Con and looks to be a “female-led Western action-adventure movie.” That sounds like it could be really cool, and I tried confirming if this was attached to an existing property, but I couldn’t find anything that matched. This may be a very rare opportunity for us to support an original film!
Another gun-slinging, ass-kicking anti-heroine has arrived on the scene. “Girl With No Name,” a woman-driven Western comic universe, was unveiled at New York Comic Con on Friday. A 40-page comic book to be published in spring was announced, as was a film adaptation directed by Tanya Wexler (“Hysteria”).
Legion M and Co-Op Entertainment have announced plans to create a film and comic book universe around a project called Girl With No Name.
And today at New York Comic Con, Legion M announced plans for Girl With No Name, a female-led western action-adventure movie produced by Co-Op Entertainment’s Laura Ivey (Walking Out, Ithaca) and directed by Co-Op cofounder Tanya Wexler (Hysteria). Legion M is the project’s executive producer.
The co-production between Legion M and Co-Op Entertainment will also debut in a 40-page comic next year.
Thanks to fans demanding it be shown in more theaters, RLJ Entertainment, the distributor of "Mandy," has the movie booked in theaters until November.
Cinephilia is a year-round condition, and thus it’s always an ideal time to honor the best of the current movie crop. Now more than midway through 2018, a wide range of stellar offerings have illustrated that, no matter the genre, potential greatness abounds at both the multiplex and the art house.