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Jun 10, 2014

Mr. X Inc. Sold to Technicolor

On June 10, 2014, Mr. X Inc., a digital studio specializing in feature film animation and visual effects, was purchased by a Canadian subsidiary of Technicolor S.A., a worldwide media and entertainment technology leader.  Financial terms were not disclosed.  Mr. X will join Academy Award-winning Moving Picture Company in Technicolor’s Production Services division.  A&B’s Donald Johnston, David Takenaka, Reena Kotecha, Jacqueline Goslett and Barbra Miller advised Mr. X Inc. and its shareholders on the transaction.

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