Fan-Owned Entertainment Company Issues Last Call Before Sept. 2

Legion M, the world’s first fan-owned entertainment company, extended the deadline for their second round of funding to Sept. 2, 2017. With an eye toward leaving no fan behind, Legion M extended its second round for an extra week to accommodate overwhelming demand from fans. This is the last chance for fans to invest at the $7.47 share price. The highly successful second round has yielded more than $1.8 million in investments from more than 3,600 new investments and members into the Legion.
The closing of the second round of funding caps an amazing year for Legion M that saw the company present their first feature film with Colossal, starring Anne Hathaway, start production on the pilot episode for their groundbreaking VR series and immortalize Marvel legend Stan Lee with the first ever fan-hosted hand and footprint ceremony at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood. During the break from active fundraising Legion M will focus on developing its current slate of projects, which includes the unscripted series Pitch Elevator, the VR interview series Icons: Face to Face, and horror anthology The Field Guide To Evil. They will also look to acquire and develop new properties in the film, TV, and digital spaces.
Legion M intends to launch its next round of funding later this year.