Dune Entertainment

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Dune Entertainment or RatPac Entertainment
Industry Film
Headquarters Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Key people Brett Ratner, Steven Mnuchin, James Packer
Products Motion pictures
Owners Dune Capital
Website None

Dune Entertainment is an American motion picture financing company originally affiliated with 20th Century Fox.[1][2] After negotiations with Fox to renew their deal broke down, Dune went to Warner Bros. to replace Legendary Pictures as a key co-financing partner.[3] Before the deal closed, Dune partnered with filmmaker Brett Ratner and billionaire James Packer to form RatPac-Dune Entertainment, which provides $300/450 million to fund up to 75 upcoming Warner Bros. films.[4]

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With Warner Bros. (as RatPac)

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