Legion M partners with top Hollywood creators – from independent filmmakers to big Hollywood studios – to produce a slate of movies, TV, and digital content.
We’re also the first media company in history designed to be owned by fans. We’re using disruptive new equity crowdfunding laws that allow people to invest as little as $100 to own a piece of the company.
An entertainment company owned by fans is more than just a fun idea — it’s the foundation of a business model with the potential to change Hollywood forever.
As it turns out, I really enjoyed Colossal when I finally got around to watching it. And the presence of both David Tennant and Robert Sheehan in Bad Samaritan was a strong selling point for me, although I still need to watch that film. And now, Mandy is in the pipes and coming to US theatres and VOD on the 14th of September (blu-ray and DVD on October 30th) and to UK cinemas on the 12th of October (blu-ray and DVD on Oct 29th).
Although I personally decided (after a recent cinema experience) to stop watching movie trailers, I’m sharing those three right here so you may have an idea about what these films are about.
MANDY: HMV VHS range
What’s the point of this blog post, Yann? Well, I invested in Legion M so I’m not entirely detached from things they do and/or support. Still, if any of those films is a turd, I’ll say so. It does not detract from the fact that Legion M is a great idea, does it?
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