Jim Stern's EndgameEntertainment has completed another round of financing, bringing the company'sequity to more than $100m in operating capital.

The new financing will allowEndgame greater flexibility to make bigger- budget features and financethird-party projects.

The private equity fundlaunched in March 2003 and has converted to a fully operational production andfinancing entity.

Its co-financing credits sofar include Hotel Rwanda, Lord Of War, Proof, White Noise, and Harold And Kumar Go To White Castle.

Endgame recently releasedthe horror film Stay Alive,jointly financed with Spyglass and released by Hollywood Pictures.

The ensemble comedy Lies& Alibis starring Steve Cooganand Rebecca Romijn was co-produced and financed with Summit and is set to be releasedthis summer through Sony Pictures.

"My goal in startingEndgame has always been to have a company that operates across the entireentertainment spectrum," Stern said. "We have now grown theequity base of the company to a level of operating capital which enablesus to develop, produce and finance a significant on going slate of commerciallyoriented projects."