The company, Moon Express, is aiming to win the $20 million Google Lunar X Prize competition and become a payload delivery company.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 07, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - MOON AND BACK FILMS, INC.
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- Moon Express Sets Its Sights on Deliveries to the Moon and Beyond
By KENNETH CHANG - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
- Private company plans to bring Moon rocks back to Earth in three years
By Eric Berger - Wednesday Jul 12, 2017
The Moon could soon be open for business.
- Woody Allen’s ‘Wonder Wheel’ set to close NY Film Festival
By Deadline - Tuesday Jul 25, 2017
The film will go into limited release December 1.
- 'Detroit' Marks Milestone for Annapurna Pictures' Megan Ellison
Saturday Jul 29, 2017
"Detroit” is the first film both produced and distributed by Annapurna Pictures. Hollywood’s newest studio was founded in 2011 by Megan Ellison, only the fourth producer ever nominated for an Oscar twice for Best Picture in the same year. Mark Kelly looks back at Annapurna’s brief but acclaimed history. Photo: Everett/Getty Composite: Mark Kelly
- Hollywood Mourns Martin Landau: ‘A Full Life’
By Rosemary Rossi, provided by
- Monday Jul 17, 2017
The ladies always loved Martin Landau.With a career that spanned more than half a century, the death of Oscar-winning actor Martin Landau brought out his famous fans in droves on Twitter to pay their respects and offer their sympathies.Here is just a sprinkling of the thousands who poured out their admiration of the character actor who played everything from Bela Lugosi to a moon base commander.The ladies always loved Martin Landau.Martin Landau, Oscar-Winning 'Ed Wood' Actor, Dies at 89Great actor, Martin Landau leaves us at age 89.An actors actor pic.twitter.com/PCHNmGYu4EMartin Landau to Receive Career Award at Israel Film FestivalLong time member of the actor's studio and brilliant craftsman in our tradition.Tim Burton Taps Familiar Foursome for 'Frankenweenie'Martin Landau was the first person to make disguises cool. every Mission Impossible where he had to wear a fake nose was a gift.
- Hollywood blames Rotten Tomatoes for sales slump
By Brooks Barnes - Friday Sep 8, 2017
LOS ANGELES — Hollywood had a horrible summer. Between the first weekend in May and Labor Day, a sequel-stuffed period that typically accounts for 40 percent of annual ticket sales, box office revenue in North America totaled $3.8 billion, a 15 percent decline from last year. To find a slower summer, you would have to go back 20 years. America’s three biggest theater chains have lost roughly $4 billion in market value since May. Ready for the truly alarming part? Hollywood is blaming a website: Rotten Tomatoes. “I think it’s the destruction of our business,” Brett Ratner, the director, producer and film financier, said at a film festival this year.