Eon Productions posts 2021 financial results in U.K. filing

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Eon Productions, in a U.K, regulatory filing for the year ended Dec. 31, 2021, said it had a loss before taxes of 48.9 million British pounds ($59.1 million) before taxes.

After taxes, Eon reported a profit of 2.44 million British pounds (almost $2.97 million) after taxes.

To view for yourself and CLICK HERE and click on the entry for Dec. 29, 2022.

2021 was the year Eon’s most recent James Bond film, No Time to Die, was released. The bulk of Bond film finances come from its studio partner, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, now part of Amazon.

“The directors (of Eon) consider the results of the group to be in line with expectations,” the filing says. “The results for the year were considered more than satisfactory by the directors who anticipate an increase in the net profitability of the group during periods when a film is released.

“Looking forward, the directors the directors anticipate to display continued growth and profitability whilst concentrating on the next development of its next film toward its production.”

The filing is signed by “M Wilson CBE, Director.” Presumably, that means Michael G. Wilson of Eon Productions.

The financial results were first reported in a Variety story.

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  1. I listened to your podcast about Thunderball and you mentioned the stag statues at Château d’Anet.

    Apologies if you already know this stuff, but there’s a reason why Château d’Anet has so many stags on it. Château d’Anet was built at the site of the ancestral seat of the Seigneurs d’Anet by King Henri II for his mistress Diane de Poitiers who was married to the Seigneur d’Anet. A major theme of the grounds is the Roman goddess of the hunt Diana since they share a name and the artist representations of the goddess Diana is very much associated with the stag as one of big legends was when she transformed Actaeon into a stag

    Although Lana Turner is often associated with Sean Connery because of “Another Time, Another Place” (referenced in TB as Pat Fearing asks when she’ll see him again), but Lana Turner also starred in biopic on Diane de Poitiers first released in 1956 on where Henry the Dauphin was played by Roger Moore and his father King Francis I was played by Kerim Bey himself Pedro Armendáriz.

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