August 23, 2010 by Post Team 

Like, Hollywood is returning to its star power as an investment. During the boom years of 2004-7, fund managers, private equity barons and bankers invested 15 billion and in the movies, only to leave scars mostly by experience. His departure has left the studio executives who lack funding and potentially changed the dynamic of the industry in a way to make an investment worth considering.

Wall Street investors were not the first to get star struck. Fund managers try to lock in the management fees continued to previous generations of Germans seeking tax shelters and the Japanese trying to get benefits by joining the movies with electronics. All the hype – along with a string of costly failures, a significant decrease in DVD sales and skewed economy – led to a more expensive lesson to intruders wealthy Hollywood.

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