TSG Entertainment Finance LLC is a film financing entity which primarily funds live action films. Its logo is a depiction of a man with a bow shooting an arrow through several axe heads, similar to Odysseus from Homer's Odyssey.
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TSG was established after the U.S. theatrical release of Parental Guidance to replace Dune Entertainment as a result of Dune not renewing their deal with 20th Century Fox. 20th Century Fox was looking for a new long term co-financing arrangement and made a deal with TSG Entertainment. The financing entity was founded by former Dune partner Chip Seelig with majority funding from Magnetar Capital with additional funding from Seelig and others. Seelig had left Dune in May 2011 to launch a new funding company. TSG was also looking for some ($300-$400 million) debt financing from banks at this time. In November 2015, Bona Film Group, a Chinese film studio, invested $235 million in TSG.
- The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
- The Book Thief
- Baggage Claim
- The Counselor
- Black Nativity
- The Heat
- The Wolverine
- A Good Day to Die Hard
- Enough Said
- Percy Jackson Sea of Monsters
- The Way Way Back
- The Internship
- The Drop
- Let's Be Cops
- Devil's Due
- The Other Woman
- Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
- The Fault in Our Stars
- X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
- Gone Girl
- Birdman or (the Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)
- The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Exodus: Gods and Kings
- Far from the Madding Crowd
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
- Bridge of Spies
- The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
- The Longest Ride
- The Martian
- Fantastic Four
- Hitman: Agent 47
- Paper Towns
- Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
- Kingsman: The Secret Service
- The Other Side of the Door
- X-Men: Apocalypse
- Independence Day: Resurgence
- Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
- Hidden Figures
- Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
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