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Dan Marino Stockholders Agreement

Hollywood Reporter: Digital Domain Enters IPO Ring. The market for initial public offerings is getting interesting, with a special effects company filing for an IPO, while a social networking firm has canceled one. The effects company, Digital Domain, wants to raise about $100 million to pay off debt and maybe produce films, apparently in an attempt to compete with the DreamWorks Animation and Disney’s Pixar Animation, though an executive declined comment Wednesday.

I’ve added Digital Domain contracts, which include a Stockholders Agreement with Dan Marino.