MGM creditors will be asked to approve a restructuring and pre-packaged bankruptcy plan for the studio within the next week or two, Bloomberg reports. This follows Spyglass chiefs Roger Birnbaum and Gary Barber’s signing non-binding letters of intent on Wednesday to become MGM co-chairmen/CEOs. So this next step of a pre-packaged bankruptcy proceeding has been expected for months. It would convert debt to equity and remove the $4 billion debt which has crippled the studio so that it can start generating films again. According to Bloomberg, Birnbaum and Barber would receive 5% of the merged company for their film library, valued at $100M.
Bloomberg: MGM Creditors To Vote On Pre-Packaged Bankruptcy Plan This Month
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