Robert Bruce Simonds and his wife Anne live in Los Angeles along with their son as well as four daughters. Robert Bruce Simond’s company the STX film division focused its efforts on creating a new model. In early 2015, the company signed a television production agreement for several years to launch films exclusively to Showtime Networks and its multiplex channels Showtime, TMC and Flix, which cover the STX releases in the cinema until 2019.

In June 2017, Robert Simonds Corporation the STX surreal announced a partnership with media services agency Horizon Media to develop and produce RV and immersive content for the brand’s new UNCVR unit. In 2018, STX surreal announced a list of original projects that include The Limit , a short live action series by Robert Rodriguez and starring Michelle Rodriguez; New Tricks , directed and produced by Ed Helms; and The Kiev Exchange , a spin-off of Mile 22 of STX films STX digital and Tencent teamed up to broadcast both shows on Tencent Video. In January 2018, the companies announced that they would also co-produce a live pre-exhibition of the Golden Globes red carpet in Chinese, to broadcast it live with the broadcast.

In April 2016, an international division devoted to STXinternational was inaugurated. Based in London, the division is led by the former director of Film4, David Kosse. The division was launched with six films that included the directorial debut of Andy Serkis Breathe that opened the London Film Festival 2017, Home Again starring Reese Witherspoon, and Wind River starring Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen. Additional titles on the STXinternational list include All Money in the World by Ridley Scott, The Daughter of King Marsh by Morten Tyldum and American Animals by Bart Layton, and titles from the main list of STXfilms.

In September 2017, it was reported that STX could be close to an initial public offering on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange SEHK. Although it is based in the USA. The company has numerous corporate and commercial relationships with China, and it has been reported that a quote on the SEHK could make it easier for Chinese companies to invest in Hollywood movies. STX make profit OF $ 1.5 billion In September 2017, the Wall Street Journal stated that the corporation could be make profit at $ 3.5 billion after raising an additional $ 500 million after the IPO. In April 2018, the company announced that it had submitted an IPO request on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs are the sponsors of STX for the initial public offering.

In 2014, for his work at STX, Simonds was introduced as one of the leading Hollywood negotiators in the Dealmakers Impact Report of Variety magazine. The Hollywood Reporter named Simonds one of the 100 most powerful people in entertainment in its first and second annual rankings in 2016 and 2017. In 2017, Variety presented Simonds in its first annual Variety500: List of leaders and entertainment icons.

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