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*''[[w:c:pacificrim:Pacific Rim Aftermath|Pacific Rim Aftermath]]'' (2018)
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*[https://mobile.twitter.com/Legendary?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Official Twitter page]

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Legend Pictures, LLC, also known as Legendary Pictures and Legendary Entertainment, is an American film production company based in Burbank, California.

History

Legendary Pictures, Inc. was founded and incorporated by Thomas Tull in California in 2000 after he raised $500 million from private equity firms. In 2005 it signed an agreement with Warner Bros. to co-produce and co-finance up to 40 films over seven years.

In July 2013, Legendary reached an agreement with Universal Studios where it would market, co-finance, and distribute Legendary's films for five years starting in 2014, the year that Legendary's similar agreement with Warner Bros. expired. Despite this, Legendary continues to collaborate with Warner Bros. on its MonsterVerse franchise of films, which include Godzilla, Kong: Skull Island, and both films' upcoming sequels.

Selected Films

Legendary Comics

The company's publishing arm is simply called Legendary Comics, and was founded in 2010. It has released at least one graphic novel or miniseries associated with each of Legendary's kaiju films.

External Links

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