Lionsgate vice chairman Michael Burns appeared on CNBC this morning for a fairly wide-ranging interview that touched on the indie studio’s flirtation with Summit Entertainment, how it enjoys being a pure-play content creator and distributor, its slate, and how much it loves Netflix.
VIDEO: Lionsgate's Michael Burns On Summit, 'Hunger Games' And Netflix
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