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Full title: Application for compensation for Frank Jennings Wright, Debtor's Attorney, Period: 10/23/2020 to 5/31/2021, Fee: $1,589,410.00, Expenses: $2,796.43. Filed by Attorney Frank Jennings Wright Objections due by 6/21/2021. (Attachments: # 1 Exhibit A # 2 Exhibit B - Part 1 # 3 Exhibit B - Part 2 # 4 Exhibit B - Part 3 # 5 Exhibit B - Part 4 # 6 Exhibit B - Part 5 # 7 Exhibit B - Part 6 # 8 Exhibit C - E # 9 Proposed Order) (Wright, Frank)

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The Debtors in these Chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number, include: Studio Movie Grill Holdings, LLC (6546) (“SMG Holdings”); OHAM Holdings, LLC (0966); Movie Grill Concepts Trademark Holdings, LLC (3096); Movie Grill Concepts I, Ltd. (6645); Movie Grill Concepts III, Ltd. (2793); Movie Grill Concepts IV, Ltd. (1454); Movie Grill Concepts IX, LLC (3736); Movie Grill Concepts VI, Ltd. (6895); Movie Grill Concepts VII, LLC (2291); Movie Grill Concepts X, LLC (6906); Movie Grill Concepts XI, LLC (2837); Movie Grill Concepts XII, LLC (6040); Movie Grill Concepts XIII, LLC (5299); Movie Grill Concepts XIV, LLC (4709); Movie Grill Concepts XIX, LLC (9646); Movie Grill Concepts XL, LLC (4454); Movie Grill Concepts XLI, LLC (4624); Movie Grill Concepts XLII, LLC (2309); Movie Grill Concepts XLIII, LLC (9721); Movie Grill Concepts XLIV, LLC (8783); Movie Grill Concepts XLV, LLC (2570); Movie Grill Concepts XV, LLC (4939); Movie Grill Concepts XVI, LLC (1033); Movie Grill Concepts XVII, LLC (1733); Movie Grill Concepts XVIII, LLC (8322); Movie Grill Concepts XX, LLC (7300); Movie Grill Concepts XXI, LLC (1508); Movie Grill Concepts XXII, LLC (6748); Movie Grill Concepts XXIV, LLC (5114); Movie Grill Concepts XXIX, LLC (5857); Movie Grill Concepts XXV, LLC (4985); Movie Grill Concepts XXVI, LLC (5233); Movie Grill Concepts XXVII, LLC (4427); Movie Grill Concepts XXVIII, LLC (1554); Movie Grill Concepts XXX, LLC (1431); Movie Grill Concepts XXXI, LLC (3223); Movie Grill Concepts XXXII, LLC (0196); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIII, LLC (1505); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIV, LLC (9770); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIX, LLC (3605); Movie Grill Concepts XXXV, LLC (0571); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVI, LLC (6927); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVII, LLC (6401); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVIII, LLC (9657); Movie Grill Concepts XXIII, LLC (7893); Studio Club, LLC (3023); Studio Club 4 LLC (9440); Movie Grill Concepts XI, LLC (2837); Movie Grill Concepts XLI, LLC (4624); Movie Grill Concepts XLVI, LLC (2344); Movie Grill Concepts XLVII, LLC (5866); Movie Grill Concepts XLVIII, LLC (8601); Movie Grill Concepts XLIX, LLC (0537); Movie Grill Concepts L, LLC (5940); Movie Grill Concepts LI, LLC (7754); Movie Grill Concepts LII, LLC (8624); Movie Grill Concepts LIII, LLC (3066); Movie Grill Concepts LIV, LLC (2018); Movie Grill Concepts LV, LLC (4699); Movie Grill Partners 3, LLC (4200); Movie Grill Partners 4, LLC (1363); Movie Grill Partners 6, LLC (3334); and MGC Management Work with client, Keen-Summit, DIP Agent, and Committee on analysis of lease locations, selection of rejection locations, and negotiation of lease amendments  Review financial analyses to theater locations and periodic updates thereto  Draft pleadings related to multiple motions to reject theater leases, review objections thereto, and prosecute such motions through hearings  Draft pleadings related to deferral of theater lease obligations, review object

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Frank J. Wright Texas Bar No. 22028800 Jeffery M. Veteto Texas Bar No. 24098548 Jay A. Ferguson Texas Bar No. 24094648 LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. WRIGHT, PLLC 2323 Ross Avenue, Suite 730 Dallas, Texas 75201 Telephone: (214) 935-9100 COUNSEL TO STUDIO MOVIE GRILL HOLDINGS, LLC, et al. IN THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS DALLAS DIVISION § In re: § Chapter 11 § STUDIO MOVIE GRILL HOLDINGS, LLC, § Case No. 20-32633-SGJ et al., § § (Jointly Administered) Debtors.1 § 1 The Debtors in these Chapter 11 cases, along with the last four digits of each Debtor’s federal tax identification number, include: Studio Movie Grill Holdings, LLC (6546) (“SMG Holdings”); OHAM Holdings, LLC (0966); Movie Grill Concepts Trademark Holdings, LLC (3096); Movie Grill Concepts I, Ltd. (6645); Movie Grill Concepts III, Ltd. (2793); Movie Grill Concepts IV, Ltd. (1454); Movie Grill Concepts IX, LLC (3736); Movie Grill Concepts VI, Ltd. (6895); Movie Grill Concepts VII, LLC (2291); Movie Grill Concepts X, LLC (6906); Movie Grill Concepts XI, LLC (2837); Movie Grill Concepts XII, LLC (6040); Movie Grill Concepts XIII, LLC (5299); Movie Grill Concepts XIV, LLC (4709); Movie Grill Concepts XIX, LLC (9646); Movie Grill Concepts XL, LLC (4454); Movie Grill Concepts XLI, LLC (4624); Movie Grill Concepts XLII, LLC (2309); Movie Grill Concepts XLIII, LLC (9721); Movie Grill Concepts XLIV, LLC (8783); Movie Grill Concepts XLV, LLC (2570); Movie Grill Concepts XV, LLC (4939); Movie Grill Concepts XVI, LLC (1033); Movie Grill Concepts XVII, LLC (1733); Movie Grill Concepts XVIII, LLC (8322); Movie Grill Concepts XX, LLC (7300); Movie Grill Concepts XXI, LLC (1508); Movie Grill Concepts XXII, LLC (6748); Movie Grill Concepts XXIV, LLC (5114); Movie Grill Concepts XXIX, LLC (5857); Movie Grill Concepts XXV, LLC (4985); Movie Grill Concepts XXVI, LLC (5233); Movie Grill Concepts XXVII, LLC (4427); Movie Grill Concepts XXVIII, LLC (1554); Movie Grill Concepts XXX, LLC (1431); Movie Grill Concepts XXXI, LLC (3223); Movie Grill Concepts XXXII, LLC (0196); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIII, LLC (1505); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIV, LLC (9770); Movie Grill Concepts XXXIX, LLC (3605); Movie Grill Concepts XXXV, LLC (0571); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVI, LLC (6927); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVII, LLC (6401); Movie Grill Concepts XXXVIII, LLC (9657); Movie Grill Concepts XXIII, LLC (7893); Studio Club, LLC (3023); Studio Club 4 LLC (9440); Movie Grill Concepts XI, LLC (2837); Movie Grill Concepts XLI, LLC (4624); Movie Grill Concepts XLVI, LLC (2344); Movie Grill Concepts XLVII, LLC (5866); Movie Grill Concepts XLVIII, LLC (8601); Movie Grill Concepts XLIX, LLC (0537); Movie Grill Concepts L, LLC (5940); Movie Grill Concepts LI, LLC (7754); Movie Grill Concepts LII, LLC (8624); Movie Grill Concepts LIII, LLC (3066); Movie Grill Concepts LIV, LLC (2018); Movie Grill Concepts LV, LLC (4699); Movie Grill Partners 3, LLC (4200); Movie Grill Partners 4, LLC (1363); Movie Grill Partners 6, LLC (3334); and MGC Management I, LLC (3224).

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COVER SHEET FOR FIRST AND FINAL FEE APPLICATION OF THE LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. WRIGHT, PLLC, AS COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS, FOR ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION AND REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES FOR THE PERIOD OF OCTOBER 23, 2020 THROUGH MAY 31 , 2021 Final Fee Application Of: Law Offices of Frank J. Wright, PLLC Capacity: Counsel to Debtors and Debtors in Possession Time Period: October 23, 2020 through May 31, 2021 Bankruptcy Petition Filed On: October 23, 2020 Date of Entry of Retention Order: December 10, 2020 Status of Case: Confirmed Amount Requested: Reductions: Fees: $1,554,410.00 Voluntary Fee Reductions: - Expenses: $2,796.43 Expense Reduction: - Other: - Total Reductions: - Total: $1,557,206.43 Draw Down Request: Expense Detail: Retainer Received: $250,000.00 Copies – per page cost and total: $2,113.86 Previous Draw Down(s): $0 Fax – per page cost and total: - Remaining Retainer (now): $250,000.00 Computer Research: - Requested Draw Down: $200,000.00 Other (Courier): $111.57 Retainer Remaining (after): $50,000.00 Other (Recording/Filing): $570.00 Hourly Rates Attorney Paralegal Highest Billed Rate: $900.00 - Total Hours Billed: 2,211.8 - Blended Rate: $702.78 -

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ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020
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ATTORNEYS None None None None None
Professionals Position and Year First
Licensed to Practice
None Hourly
Rate
Total
Billed
Hours
Total
Compensation
Frank J. Wright Partner 1981 $750.00 508.90 $381,675.00
Jeffery M. Veteto Associate 2015 $400.00 257.70 $103,080.00
Jay A. Ferguson Associate 2015 $450.00 23.90 $10,755.00
Total Hours and Fees for Attorneys in First Period: None None None 790.50 $495,510.00
ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020 ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR SECOND PERIOD January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021
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ATTORNEYS None None None None None
Professionals Position and Year First
Licensed to Practice
None Hourly
Rate
Total
Billed
Hours
Total
Compensation
Frank J. Wright Partner 1981 $900.00 796.30 $716,670.00
Jeffery M. Veteto Associate 2015 $550.00 594.60 $327,030.00
Jay A. Ferguson Associate 2015 $500.00 30.40 $15,200.00
Total Hours and Fees for Attorneys in Second Period: None None None 1421.30 $1,058,900.00
ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020 ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR SECOND PERIOD January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021 ATTORNEY SUMMARY FOR TOTAL COMPENSATION PERIOD
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ATTORNEYS None None None None None
Professionals Position and Year First
Licensed to Practice
None Hourly
Rate
Total
Billed
Hours
Total
Compensation
Frank J. Wright Partner 1981 $750.00 508.90 $381,675.00
Frank J. Wright Partner 1981 $900.00 796.30 $716,670.00
Jeffery M. Veteto Associate 2015 $400.00 257.70 $103,080.00
Jeffery M. Veteto Associate 2015 $550.00 594.60 $327,030.00
Jay A. Ferguson Associate 2015 $450.00 23.90 $10,755.00
Jay A. Ferguson Associate 2015 $500.00 30.40 $15,200.00
Subtotal Hours and Fees for Attorneys: None None None 2211.80 $1,554,410.00

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Table 1 on page 4. Back to List of Tables
Additional d Fees for Preparation of this Application: $10,000.00
Additional Estimated Fees for May 2021 (which will be
supplemented prior to the hearing on this Application)
$25,000.00
Total Hours and Fees for Attorneys (Billed and Estimated): 2211.80 $1,589,410.00
COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020
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Task Code/Description Hours Amount
002 - Asset Analysis and Recovery 7.60 $5,595.00
003 - Asset Disposition 102.30 $62,480
004 - Assumption/Rejection of Lease/Contracts 138.80 $86,825.00
007 - Business Operations 87.10 $55,035.00
008 - Case Administration 96.40 $55,135.00
009 - Claims Administration and Objections 16.30 $9,915.00
010 - Corporate Governance and Board Members 3.60 $2,700.00
011 - Employee Benefits and Pensions 18.00 $10,140.00
012 - Employment/Fee Application 36.70 $24,480.00
013 - Employment/Fee Application Objections 17.40 $7,030.00
014 - Financing and Cash Collateral 86.90 $59,610.00
016 - Meetings/Communications with Creditors 31.30 $18,330.00
018 - Plan and Disclosure Statement 71.90 $51,685.00
019 - Real Estate 24.30 $17,565.00
020 - Relief from Stay and Adequate Protection 17.00 $9,985.00
021 – Reporting 32.40 $17,125.00
022 – Tax 2.50 $1875.00
Total: 790.50 $495,510.00
COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020 EXPENSE SUMMARY FOR FIRST PERIOD October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2020
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Cost Description Amount
Courier Service $23.57
Photocopying Charges $425.53
Recording / Filing Fees $180.00
Total: $629.10

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COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR SECOND PERIOD January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021
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Task Code/Description Hours Amount
002 - Asset Analysis and Recovery 10.20 $9,145.00
003 - Asset Disposition 111.40 $83,775.00
004 - Assumption/Rejection of Lease/Contracts 190.30 $123,040.00
007 - Business Operations 55.50 $44,625.00
008 - Case Administration 98.10 $61,445.00
009 - Claims Administration and Objections 81.90 $53,655.00
010 - Corporate Governance and Board Members 9.80 $8,820.00
011 - Employee Benefits and Pensions 1.60 $1,440.00
012 - Employment/Fee Application 21.50 $17,565.00
013 - Employment/Fee Application Objections - -
014 - Financing and Cash Collateral 12.10 $9,130.00
016 - Meetings/Communications with Creditors 59.90 $43,235.00
018 - Plan and Disclosure Statement 637.20 $495,010.00
019 - Real Estate 91.00 $80,920.00
020 - Relief from Stay and Adequate Protection 36.70 $23,755.00
021 – Reporting 2.20 $1,630.00
022 – Tax 1.90 $1,710.00
Total: 1421.30 $1,058,900.00
COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR SECOND PERIOD January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021 EXPENSE SUMMARY FOR SECOND PERIOD January 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021
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Cost Description Amount
Courier Service $88.00
Photocopying Charges $1,688.33
Recording /Filing Fees $391.00
Total: $2,167.33

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COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR TOTAL COMPENSATION PERIOD
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Task Code/Description Hours Amount
002 - Asset Analysis and Recovery 17.80 $14,740.00
003 - Asset Disposition 213.70 $146,255.00
004 - Assumption/Rejection of Lease/Contracts 329.10 $209,865.00
007 - Business Operations 142.60 $99,660.00
008 - Case Administration 194.50 $116,580.00
009 - Claims Administration and Objections 98.20 $63,570.00
010 - Corporate Governance and Board Members 13.40 $11,520.00
011 - Employee Benefits and Pensions 19.60 $11,580.00
012 - Employment/Fee Application 58.20 $42,045.00
013 - Employment/Fee Application Objections 17.40 $7,030.00
014 - Financing and Cash Collateral 99.00 $68,740.00
016 - Meetings/Communications with Creditors 91.20 $61,565.00
018 - Plan and Disclosure Statement 709.10 $546,695.00
019 - Real Estate 115.30 $98,485.00
020 - Relief from Stay and Adequate Protection 53.70 $33,740.00
021 – Reporting 34.60 $18,755.00
022 – Tax 4.40 $3,585.00
Total: 2,211.80 $1,554,410.00
COMPENSATION BY PROJECT CATEGORY FOR TOTAL COMPENSATION PERIODEXPENSE SUMMARY FOR TOTAL REIMBURSEMENT PERIOD
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Cost Description Amount
Courier Service $111.57
Photocopying Charges $2,113.86
Recording/Filing Fees $571.00
Total: $2,796.43

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FIRST AND FINAL FEE APPLICATION OF THE LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. WRIGHT, PLLC, AS COUNSEL TO THE DEBTORS, FOR ALLOWANCE OF COMPENSATION AND REIMBURSEMENT OF EXPENSES FOR THE PERIOD OF OCTOBER 23, 2020 THROUGH MAY 31, 2021 NO HEARING WILL BE CONDUCTED HEREON UNLESS A WRITTEN RESPONSE IS FILED WITH THE CLERK OF THE UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT AT 1100 COMMERCE STREET, 12th FLOOR, DALLAS, TEXAS 75242 BEFORE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2021, WHICH IS AT LEAST 24 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF SERVICE HEREOF. ANY RESPONSE SHALL BE IN WRITING AND FILED WITH THE CLERK, AND A COPY SHALL BE SERVED UPON COUNSEL FOR THE MOVING PARTY PRIOR TO THE DATE AND TIME SET FORTH HEREIN. IF A RESPONSE IS FILED A HEARING MAY BE HELD WITH NOTICE ONLY TO THE OBJECTING PARTY. IF NO HEARING ON SUCH NOTICE OR MOTION IS TIMELY REQUESTED, THE RELIEF REQUESTED SHALL BE DEEMED TO BE UNOPPOSED, AND THE COURT MAY ENTER AN ORDER GRANTING THE RELIEF SOUGHT OR THE NOTICED ACTION MAY BE TAKEN. The Law Offices of Frank J. Wright (“FJW”), as Counsel to the Studio Movie Grill Holdings, Inc. and its affiliates, the above-captioned debtors and debtors in possession (collectively, the “Debtors”), pursuant to Section 330 of Title 11 of the United States Code (the “Bankruptcy Code”), Rule 2016(a) of the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure (the “Bankruptcy Rules”), and Rule 2016-1 of the Local Bankruptcy Rules of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas (the “Local Rules”), hereby files its First and Final Fee Application (the “Application”) for Allowance of Compensation and Reimbursement of Expenses. By this Application, FJW seeks: (i) final approval of $1,554,410.00 in fees and $2,796.43 in expenses incurred from October 23, 2020 through April 30, 2021 and fees of $10,000.00 for preparation and presentation of this Application as well as estimated fees of $25,000 for the month of May, which will be detailed in a supplement to this Application prior to the hearing, (the “Application Period”); and (ii) payment of the balance of $310,882.00 in fees incurred but unpaid during the Application Period (for a total of $345,882), which after application of the Retainer (as defined below) results in a total balance due of $145,882.00. In

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support of this Application, FJW submits the declaration of Frank J. Wright, a shareholder of FJW (the “Wright Declaration”), which is attached hereto as Exhibit “A” and incorporated by reference. I. INTRODUCTION 1. During the Application Period, FJW represented the Debtors, professionally and diligently, advising them on a variety of complex matters and issues, which resulted in the Debtors obtaining confirmation of their joint Chapter 11 plan just over five (5) months after the Petition Date. 2. The Debtors are engaged in the dine-in movie theater business. In addition to its movie offerings, Debtors’ theaters include a bar and lounge area, with direct to seat service for guests before and during their movies. Prior to the filing of the bankruptcy cases, which were administered under the complex case guidelines, Debtors’ operated 33 movie theaters in 10 states. Together, all sixty-one (61) entities associated with the Debtors’ business operations were filed into chapter 11 cases by FJW. 3. On the Petition Date, Debtors estimated their debt obligations to be approximately (i) $102.0 million in secured debt; and (ii) $231.1 million in unsecured debt, including $82.0 million of loans at the senior holding company level. To ease the transition into bankruptcy, thirteen (13) first day motions were filed. The jointly administered cases involved approximately 17,000 parties in interest. 4. FJW respectfully submits that, based on the pleadings filed and actions taken on behalf of the Debtors to date, as well the descriptions of the services provided in the contemporaneous time records maintained by FJW which are attached hereto Exhibit “B”, the services performed and amounts charged by FJW are reasonable and appropriate, and provided a material and tangible benefit to these bankruptcy estates. FJW respectfully requests that this Application be granted as set forth herein.

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II. JURISDICTION 5. This Court has jurisdiction over this Application pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1334. This matter is a core proceeding pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 157(b)(2)(A) and (O). Venue in this Court is proper pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 1408 and 1409. 6. The bases for the relief requested herein are Sections 330 and 331 of the Bankruptcy Code, Rule 2016 of the Bankruptcy Rules, Rule 2016-1 of the Local Rules, and the Court’s Order Granting Amended Application for an Order Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 327(a) and Bankruptcy Rules 2014 and 2016 Authorizing Employment and Retention of the Law Offices of Frank J. Wright, PLLC as Counsel to Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession Effective October 23, 2020 [Dkt. No. 327] (the “Employment Order”). III. BACKGROUND 7. On October 23, 2020 (the “Petition Date”), the Debtors each filed voluntary petitions for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code. 8. Pursuant to Sections 1107 and 1108 of the Bankruptcy Code, the Debtors remained in possession of their property and managed their business as debtors in possession. The Official Unsecured Creditors’ Committee was appointed by the United States Trustee in accordance with Section 1102 of the Bankruptcy Code effective November 16, 2020. 7. On October 28, 2020, the Debtors filed their Application for an Order Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 327(a) and Bankruptcy Rules 2014 and 2016 Authorizing Employment and Retention of the Law Offices of Frank J. Wright, PLLC as Counsel to Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession Effective October 23, 2020 [Dkt. No. 59]. On October 29, 2020, the Debtors filed their Amended Application for an Order Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 327(a) and Bankruptcy Rules 2014 and 2016 Authorizing Employment and Retention of the Law Offices of Frank J. Wright, PLLC as Counsel to Debtors and Debtors-in-Possession Effective October 23, 2020 [Dkt. No. 89] (collectively, the “Retention Application”).

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8. On December 10, 2020, the Court entered the Employment Order. 9. On March 31, 2021, the Court confirmed the Debtors’ joint Chapter 11 plan and entered its Finding of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Order Confirming the Debtors’ Fourth Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization [Dkt. No. 875]. The Effective Date of the Plan occurred on April 15, 2021. See Notice of (I) Entry of Order Confirming the Debtors’ Fourth Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization and (II) Occurrence of the Effective Date [Dkt. No. 917]. IV. SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL COMPENSATION 10. During the course of these Chapter 11 Cases, FJW has sought and received interim compensation and reimbursement of expenses in accordance with the Employment Order. Such interim applications were submitted on a monthly basis. Following the requisite objection period after service of each interim application, hearing no objections, the Debtor paid FJW from the professional fee escrow established in connection with the DIP financing an amount equal to 80% of its compensation for services rendered and up to 100% of its actual and necessary expenses. Copies of the interim applications are attached hereto as Exhibit “B” and incorporated herein by reference and summarized below2:
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INTERIM APPLICATIONS None None None None None
Period Covered Fees Expenses 100%
Compensation
Total Paid Outstanding
Balance
10/23/20 – 10/31/20 $78,715.00 $23.57 $78,738.57 $62,995.57 $15,743.00
11/01/20 – 11/30/20 $192,560.00 605.53 $193,165.53 $154,653.53 $38,512.00
12/1/20 – 12/31/20 $224,235.00 - $224,235.00 $179,388.00 $44,847.00
01/01/21 – 01/31/21 $282,260.00 $422.16 $282,682.16 $226,230.16 $56,452.00
02/01/21 – 02/28/21 $276,365.00 $944.99 $277,309.99 $222,036.99 $55,273.00
03/01/21 – 03/31/21 $407,775.00 $800.18 $408,575.18 $327,020.18 $81,555.00
04/01/21 – 04/30/21 $92,500.00 - $92,500.00 $74,000.00 $18,500.00
Total: $1,554,410.00 $2,796.43 $1,557,206.43 $1,246,324.43 $310,882.00
2 This chart does not reflect any estimated fees for preparation and prosecution of this Application.

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11. By this Application, FJW seeks allowance of final compensation for professional services rendered to the Debtors during the Application Period in the amount of $1,554,410.00, plus fees for preparation and prosecution of this Application in the amount of $10,000 plus an additional estimate of fees and expenses for the month of May in the amount of $25,000. 12. FJW presently holds a prepetition retainer in the amount of $250,000.00 (the “Retainer”). FJW requests that it be authorized to draw down $200,000.00 on the Retainer in partial satisfaction of the fees and expenses requested herein and to retain $50,000.00 of the Retainer to cover fees and expenses incurred and to be incurred in connection with the five Debtor cases which pursuant to the Plan were converted to Chapter 7 cases. After accounting for the Retainer draw down, the estimate fees, and the $1,243,528.00 in fees and $2,796.43 in expenses paid pursuant to the Employment Order, FJW seeks payment of the outstanding balance of $145,882.00 in fees from the Professional Fee Escrow Account, as provided for by the Debtors’ confirmed Fourth Amended Joint Plan or Reorganization for Studio Movie Grill Holdings, LLC and Jointly Administered Debtors [Dkt. No. 869] (the “Plan”). A. Hourly Rates 13. FJW’s professionals rendered services to the Debtors during the Application Period. During the Application Period and effective January 1, 2021, professionals throughout the firm received hourly rate increases in the ordinary course of firm business. As a result, FJW segregates for the purpose of this Application the Application Period into the First Period, being October 23, 2020 through December 31, 2021, and the Second Period, being January 1, 2021 through May 31, 2021. 14. FJW’s professionals and the hourly rates charged by each, are as follows: Professional Hourly Rate Year Admitted Frank J. Wright First Period $750.00 1981 Second Period $900.00 Jeffery M. Veteto First Period $400.00 2015 Second Period $550.00

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Jay A. Ferguson First Period $450.00 2015 Second Period $500.00 15. The average hourly rate for professional services rendered by FJW during the First Period was $626.83. The average hourly rate for professional services rendered by FJW during the Second Period was $745.02. The average hourly rate for professional services rendered by FJW during the entire Application Period was $702.78. 16. Attached hereto as Exhibit “B” are FJW’s interim application for compensation, covering the entirety of the Application Period. These exhibits show the itemized services rendered by FJW to the Debtors during the Application Period, broken out by specific project category and reflecting the name of the professional rendering the service, the service provided, the professional’s billing rate and the amount of time expended on the service recorded in tenths (1/10) of an hour. These exhibits were compiled from the contemporaneous time records maintained by FJW in the ordinary course of its business. The reflected rates are those customarily charged by FJW to its bankruptcy clients. 17. Attached as Exhibit “C” is a summary chart showing the professionals who billed time in conjunction with FJW’s representation during the Application Period and related information thereto. 18. Attached as Exhibit “D”is a summary chart showing the aggregate amount of time and fees expended during the two portions of the Application Period in connection with each billing category. 19. Attached as Exhibit “E”is a summary chart showing the actual and necessary expenses incurred by FJW during the two portions of the Application Period in connection with rendering services to the Debtors. All such expenses are reflected in the books and records of FJW, contemporaneously maintained in the ordinary course of business. 20. FJW represents that it has no agreement or understanding which may be prohibited by 18 U.S.C. § 155.

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V. SUMMARY OF SERVICES RENDERED 21. FJW respectfully submits that its services have provided a benefit to the Debtors and their estates. All professional services rendered by FJW in the Application Period have been separately itemized into categories. On a category-by-category basis, set forth below are descriptions of the services rendered by the professionals of FJW on Debtors’ behalf during the Application Period.
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SERVICES RENDERED BY CATEGORY None None None None
Category Description General Description of
Services Rendered
First
Period
Total
Hours
Second
Period
Total
Hours
Total Fees
Requested
Asset Analysis and Recovery Time spent in this category relates to
identification and review of potential
assets including causes of action and
non-litigation recoveries
7.60 10.20 $14,740.00
Asset Disposition Time spent in this category relates to
sales, leases (Section 365 matters),
abandonment and related transaction
work related to asset disposition.
102.30 111.40 $146,255.00
Assumption/Rejection of
Lease/Contracts
Time spent in this category relates to
analysis of leases and executory
contracts and preparation of motions
specifically to assume or reject.
138.80 190.30 $209,865.00
Business Operations Time spent in this category relates to
issues related to debtor-in-possession
operating in chapter 11 such as
employee, vendor, tenant issues and
other similar problems.
87.10 55.50 $99,660.00
Case Administration Time spent in this category relates to
coordination and compliance activities
not specifically covered by another
category.
96.40 98.10 $116,580.00
Claims Administration and
Objections
Time spent in this category relates to
specific claim inquiries; bar date
motions; analyses, objections, and
allowances of claims.
16.30 81.90 $63,570.00
Corporate Governance and
Board Members
Time spent in this category relates to
preparation for and attendance at
Board of Directors meetings; analysis
and advice regarding corporate
governance issues, including trustee,
examiner, and CRO issues; review and
preparation of corporate documents
(e.g., articles and bylaws, etc.).
3.60 9.80 $11,520.00

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Time spent in this category relates to review and preparation related to employee and retiree benefit issues, Employee Benefits and including compensation, bonuses, 18.00 1.60 $11,580.00 Pensions severance, insurance benefits, and 401K, pensions, or other retirement plans. Time spent in this category relates to Employment/Fee preparation of employment and fee 36.70 21.50 $42,045.00 Application applications for self or others; motions to establish interim procedures. Time spent in this category relates to Employment/Fee review of and objections to the 17.40 - $7,030.00 Application Objections employment and fee applications of others. Time spent in this category relates to Financing and Cash matters under Sections 361, 363 and 86.90 12.10 $68,740.00 Collateral 364 including cash collateral and secured claims; loan document analysis. Time spent in this category relates to Preparation for and attendance at Meetings/Communications Section 341(a) meeting and any other 31.30 59.90 $61,565.00 with Creditors meetings with creditors and creditors’ committees. Time spent in this category relates to formulation, presentation and confirmation; compliance with the plan Plan and Disclosure confirmation order, related orders and 71.90 637.20 $546,695.00 Statement rules; disbursement and case closing activities, except those related to the allowance and objections to allowance of claims. Time spent in this category relates to review and analysis of real estate- Real Estate related matters, including purchase 24.30 91.00 $98,485.00 agreements and lease provisions (e.g., common area maintenance clauses). Time spent in this category relates to matters relating to termination or Relief from Stay and continuation of automatic stay under 17.00 36.70 $33,740.00 Adequate Protection 11 U.S.C. 362 and motions for adequate protection under 11 U.S.C. 361. Time spent in this category relates to statement of financial affairs, schedules, monthly operating reports, Reporting and any other accounting or reporting 32.40 2.20 $18,755.00 activities; contacts with the United States Trustee not included in other categories.

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Time spent in this category relates to Tax analysis of tax issues and preparation of 2.50 1.90 $3,585.00 federal and state tax returns. Total: 790.50 1,421.30 1,554,410.00 22. Specific services rendered in each category by FJW include without limitation, the following: (a) Asset Analysis and Recovery ($14,740.00)  Conferences with client and participation in the analysis of intangible asset valuation  Conferences with state court counsel and review of documents related to Panterra litigation and prospects on same  Review related to landlord efforts to obtain abandonment of theater location personal property assets  Review and analysis of potential recoveries from insurance policies (b) Asset Disposition ($146,255.00)  Work with client, EFA Partners, DIP Agent, and Committee on proposed sale of substantially all of the Debtors assets  Prepare and negotiate in excess of fifteen (15) separate non-disclosure agreements for potential interested purchasers  Draft pleadings related to the Section 363 sale process, including without limitation bid procedures, sale motions, and assumption and assignment notices; review objections thereto and prosecute such motions through hearings  Review and respond to inquiries made by prospective buyers, taxing authorities, and creditors  Prepare and distribute notices of sale transaction  Prepare form of asset purchase agreement  Work with client and DIP Agent on proposed sale of other personal property assets of Debtors, including without limitation the Chisholm Trail theater assets  Draft pleadings related to sale of other personal property assets of Debtors, review and negotiate objections thereto, and prosecute sale of Chisholm Trail theater assets  Work with purchaser and DIP Agent on transactional documents for sale of Chisholm Trail theater assets  Confer with Tampa location landlord regarding issues related to respective theater property (c) Assumption/Rejection of Lease/Contracts ($209,865.00)  Work with client, Keen-Summit, DIP Agent, and Committee on analysis of lease locations, selection of rejection locations, and negotiation of lease amendments  Review financial analyses to theater locations and periodic updates thereto

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 Draft pleadings related to multiple motions to reject theater leases, review objections thereto, and prosecute such motions through hearings  Draft pleadings related to deferral of theater lease obligations, review objections thereto, and prosecute such motion through hearing  Work with client and DIP Agent on lease assumption analysis  Successfully draft and negotiate twenty (20) lease amendments and assumptions for go-forward theater and office locations, including significant communications with client, Keen-Summit, DIP Agent, and respective landlords  Successfully draft and negotiate equipment lease amendments and assumptions  Work with landlords and lessors on issues related to abandonment of personal property in conjunction with rejection of leases (d) Business Operations ($99,660.00)  Work with client and DIP Agent on post-petition expenses, financials, budgets, cash usage, and business strategy  Draft pleadings related to multiple first day motions regarding continuity of business operations post-petition and prosecute such motions through final hearings  Field and review media requests  Work on matters related to Blackbox Management Group consulting agreement  Confer with creditors and state agencies regarding various operational issues  Work with movie studios regarding critical vendor status and treatment  Work with client and DIP Agent on liquor license issues, including renewals  Communications with utility providers regarding adequate assurance and other post-petition activities  Communications with taxing authorities regarding audits  Work with client on matters related to warranties and health insurance claims  Review and analysis of post-petition COVID relief legislation related to motion picture theater operators  Review and assist client with post-petition payment per leases  Review and revise post-petition operational contracts for vendors and suppliers (e) Case Administration ($116,580.00)  Review and revise Chapter 11 Petitions, top twenty creditors lists, lists of vendors, and matrixes  Draft first day pleadings related to case administration, including joint administration and client declarations, and prosecute such motions through final hearings  Work with client, United States Trustee, and DIP Agent regarding first day motions and post-filing operational issues  Work with client and DIP Agent regarding preparation and completion of Schedules and Statements of Financial Affairs  Review and respond to inquiries from United States Trustee

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 Review and respond to inquiries to and from the Court, including filings and hearing settings  Review and respond to inquiries from Committee regarding various information  Preparation for various hearings, including drafting of witness and exhibit lists and agendas  Draft motions to convert certain cases to Chapter 7 and prosecute through confirmation hearing  Review and respond to Rule 2004 examination by creditor  Work with client post-effective date on open items  Work with Donlin Recano regarding notices of hearings and deadlines (f) Claims Administration and Objections ($63,570.00)  Review and respond to inquiries from DIP Agent, landlord, creditors, and other interested parties related to claims and claims administration process  In particular, and without limitation, work with PACA creditors, contractors, equipment providers, personal injury claimants, vendors, and taxing authorities regarding their claims  Draft motion for interim administrative bar date and related pleadings, and prosecute through hearing  Review numerous filed administrative expense claim applications and negotiate with respective parties to reach solutions thereto  Draft objections to administrative expense claim applications where unable to resolve  Work on claim issues related to movants for 2004 examination  Work with Donlin Recano as claims agent (g) Corporate Governance and Board Members ($11,520.00)  Review company organizational documents  Work with company on Communications for Board  Meetings with Board regarding case status  Meet with Restructuring Committee on case process  Review and revise resolutions related to case operations, including officer appointment (h) Employee Benefits and Pensions ($11,580.00)  Review proposed KEIP and draft motion for approval thereto, and prosecute through hearing  Work with former health insurance administrative regarding lagging claims  Correspond with former employees  Review and confer with client regarding termination and severance of employees

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(i) Employment/Fee Application ($42,045.00)  Preparation of the employment application for FJW, CR3 Partners, Keen-Summit, EFA Partners, Donlin Recano, and Blackbox Management Group, work with United States Trustee on same, and prosecute application through final hearings  Draft motion for employment of ordinary course professionals, including communications with such professionals, and prosecute through hearing  Review ordinary course professional invoices and work with client on payment  Prepare interim applications for compensation for FJW and CR3 and work with client on administrative of professional fee escrow and payments therefrom (j) Employment/Fee Application Objections ($7,030.00)  Review United States Trustee’s objection to application to employ professionals and confer with United States Trustee on resolution of the same (k) Financing and Cash Collateral ($68,740.00)  Draft pleadings related to DIP Financing and Cash Collateral Motion, review objections thereto, confer with DIP Agent and objecting parties on same, and prosecute through final hearing;  Work with DIP Agent’s counsel on loan documentation for DIP Financing  Work with DIP Agent on periodic financing amendments related to extensions of time;  Work with DIP Agent, Committee, and client on issues related to DIP Budget  Review invoices in relation to DIP Financing and budget (l) Meetings/Communications with Creditors ($61,565.00)  Communications with major parties-in-interest with respect to case filing, first day motions, and hearings  Communication through the cases with major parties-in-interest, including without limitation DIP Agent and Committee and their respective counsels, regarding operations, leases, sale process, and various other pleadings  Prepare for and attend Section 341 creditor’s meeting  Review and respond to specific inquiries from creditors (m) Plan and Disclosure Statement ($546,695.00)  Review documents and available information, compiling the same, for Disclosure Statement and Plan preparation for 61 Debtors including numerous schedules;  Communications with DIP Agent and its counsel on plan formulation  Work with client on restructuring matters and preparation of schedules to disclosure statement  Communications with other parties regarding alternative proposals for incorporation into plan of reorganization

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 Draft plan of reorganization and accompanying disclosure statement, review and revise with input from DIP Agent and Committee, and prosecute through confirmation hearing  Revise and prepare amendments up to the final fourth amended plan of reorganization  Revise and prepare amendment to the disclosure statement  Revise and prepare five (5) plan supplements  Work with client, DIP Agent, and noticing agent on ballots, solicitation, and voting tabulation  Review in excess of twenty (20) objections related to confirmation and negotiate resolutions to substantially all of the same, including specifically communications with United States Trustee related to its objection to confirmation  Work with DIP Agent and client regarding closing of plan of reorganization transaction, including the exit facility and other related closing matters  Work with DIP Agent on occurrence of effective date and notice thereof (n) Real Estate ($98,485.00)  Additional work related to negotiation of real property lease amendments for twenty go-forward theater and office locations, including review and negotiation of draft amendments and significant communication with client, Keen-Summit, DIP Agent, and respective landlords  Work with client and counsel for reorganized equity regarding post-effective date lease negotiations (o) Relief from Stay and Adequate Protection ($33,740.00)  Review and confer with pertinent counsel on bankruptcy stay filings in pending proceedings  Confer with state court counsel in Panterra regarding automatic stay scope inquiry  Draft motion to lift stay with respect to Panterra litigation, review objection thereto, amend same, and negotiation of agreement on same  Review, respond, and negotiate agreed orders on several motions to lift stay related to equipment lien claims, state court personal injury claims and employment matters (p) Reporting ($18,755.00)  Review, analyze, and advise client regarding schedules, top twenty creditors lists, and statements of financial affairs in advance of filing  Confer with client on and review monthly operating reports in advance of filing (q) Tax ($3,585.00)  Confer with client, DIP Agent, and Committee on tax issues and tax relation to plan of reorganization  Review and respond to ordinary course professional regarding tax returns

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VI. LEGAL STANDARD FOR ALLOWANCE OF FEES AND EXPENSES 23. Section 330 of the Bankruptcy Code authorizes the Court to award an applicant, as counsel for a trustee, debtor, creditors’ committee or other professional employed pursuant to 11 U.S.C. § 327, reasonable compensation for its services and reimbursement of its expenses. Specifically, Section 330 of the Bankruptcy Code states as follows: (a)(1) After notice to the parties in interest and the United States Trustee and a hearing, and subject to sections 326, 328, and 329, the court may award to a . . . professional person employed under section 327 or 1103 — (A) reasonable compensation for actual, necessary services rendered by the . . . professional person, or attorney and by any paraprofessional person employed by any such person; and (B) reimbursement for actual, necessary expenses. 11 U.S.C. § 330(a)(1). 24. Section 330(a)(3) of the Bankruptcy Code provides that in determining the amount of reasonable compensation to be awarded, the Court should consider the nature, extent and value of the services rendered to the estate, taking into account all relevant factors, including: (A) the time spent on such services; (B) the rates charges for such services; (C) whether the services were necessary to the administration of, or beneficial at the time at which the service was rendered toward the completion of, a case under [the Bankruptcy Code]; (D) whether the services were performed within a reasonable amount of time commensurate with the complexity, importance, and nature of the problem, issue, or task addressed; (E) with respect to a professional person, whether the person is board certified or otherwise has demonstrated skill and experience in the bankruptcy field; and (F) whether the compensation is reasonable, based on the customary compensation charged by comparably skilled practitioners in cases other than cases under [the Bankruptcy Code]. 11 U.S.C. § 330(a)(3). 25. As analyzed below, Applicant believes that the elements governing awards of compensation justify the allowance prayed for herein.

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1. Time Spent on Services. As more specifically described in the Application, a total of 2,211.80 hours of professional services were rendered by FJW on behalf of the Debtors during the Application Period. FJW respectfully submits that its time spent performing services for the Debtors were reasonable. FJW’s records of the time expended for rendition of professional services to the Debtors, as well as for any rendition of services to all of FJW’s other clients, consist of handwritten or computer-generated time entries by individual attorneys and paraprofessionals which have been placed in computer records maintained by FJW. All professionals rendering services in the case have made a deliberate effort to avoid any unnecessary duplication of work and time expended. When more routine tasks were involved, FJW utilized the talents of its less-experienced attorneys or paraprofessionals to reduce the overall fees in this matter without sacrificing the quality of services rendered. No time for paraprofessionals is being billed as part of this Application. 2. Rates Charged for the Services. FJW represents and would demonstrate that the hourly rates charged by FJW for the services performed in these proceedings, including as increased, are competitive and customary for the degree of skill and expertise required in the performance of similar services rendered by other experienced bankruptcy counsel and other professionals in matters of this type. The fees requested herein have been computed in accordance with FJW’s standard hourly rates for services rendered to clients. The average hourly rate for professional services (attorneys only) performed and billed by FJW during the Application Period was $702.78. 3. Benefit of the Services. FJW respectfully submits that its services to date have been beneficial to the bankruptcy estate and the Debtors’ creditors. As detailed above, FJW’s efforts during the Application Period were in furtherance of the Debtors’ discharge of their fiduciary duties and their overall restructuring efforts, including but not limited to (i) drafting various first

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day pleadings and notices during the initial days of this case, (ii) negotiating lease amendments in furtherance of reorganized operation; (iii) negotiating, and obtaining confirmation of the joint chapter 11 plan, and (iv) communicating with various parties to throughout the Debtors’ chapter 11 cases. 4. Board Certification and/or Skill and Experience. Professional services rendered in this case have been performed under the leadership of a board certified business bankruptcy attorney with 40 years of experience. Each professional has broad experience and a high level of skill in the areas for which they have been employed. FJW submits that its attorneys, who have varying levels of seniority, have been used effectively and efficiently. FJW’s expertise and experience in these matters has enabled these cases to progress in an efficient manner to the benefit of the Debtors and all creditors. 5. Whether Compensation Is Reasonable. FJW represents and would demonstrate that the compensation sought in connection with the services rendered and expenses incurred in connection with this case during the Application Period is reasonable and is commensurate with those rates charged by comparable, skilled practitioners at national and Texas-based law firms handling matters of this type. Each professional at FJW who rendered services to the Debtors, the hourly billing rate for each individual, and the number of hours worked by the individuals during the Application Period is set out in the summary included in the front of this Application. Taking into consideration the time and labor spent, the nature and extent of the representation and the nature of these proceedings, FJW believes the allowance sought herein is reasonable, in light of the rates charged, the services performed, and the results achieved. 26. Furthermore, under the lodestar approach to fee calculation, which was first articulated by the Third Circuit in Lindy Bros. Builders, Inc. v. American Radiator & Standard Sanitary Corp., 487 F.2d 161, 167 (3d Cir. 1973), and is now the settled method for calculating reasonable attorneys’ fees in the

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federal courts, see generallyPerdue v. Kenny A. ex rel. Winn, 559 U.S. 542 (2010); Louisiana Power & Light Co. v. Kellstrom, 50 F.3d 319, 323-24 (5th Cir. 1995), cert. denied, 516 U.S. 862 (1995), the Court must make an initial objective determination of attorneys’ fees by multiplying FJW’s reasonable hourly rate by the number of hours reasonably expended by FJW in performing services. The lodestar amount may then be adjusted by taking the twelve (12) subjective factors set forth in Johnson v. Georgia Highway Express, Inc., 488 F.2d 714 (5th Cir. 1974), into consideration, even though the Johnson factors are generally subsumed within the lodestar calculation. Pennsylvania v. Delaware Valley Citizen’s Council for Clean Air, 478 U.S. 546, 563-64 (1986). 27. The Johnson factors are: (1) the time and labor required; (2) the novelty and complexity of the issues presented; (3) the skill required to properly perform the legal services rendered; (4) preclusion of other employment due to acceptance of the engagement; (5) customary fee charges for like work; (6) whether the fee is fixed or contingent; (7) time limitations imposed by circumstances or the client; (8) the amount in controversy and results obtained; (9) the experience, reputation and ability of counsel; (10) the undesirability of the case; (11) the nature and length of the professional relationship between counsel and client; and (12) fee awards in similar cases. See Johnson, 488 F.2d at 717-19. Most of the Johnson factors were previously discussed in this Application. With respect to the remaining factors, FJW states that: it was not precluded from accepting other employment; the only time limitations imposed on FJW were those imposed by Court orders, the Local Rules, the Bankruptcy Rules, or that were otherwise existing at the time of FJW’s retention; this representation was not undesirable; FJW had no relationship with the Debtors before it was retained, except as otherwise disclosed in its Retention Application; and the fees sought herein are modest in comparison to fees awarded in other Chapter 11 cases of this size in the United States and in this District. In addition, FJW was prudent in its expenditure of time and money, to ensure that neither resources nor value was squandered. FJW respectfully submits that, based upon the objective and subjective factors, the fees sought herein are reasonable.

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28. A reasonable hourly rate is the prevailing market rate in the community for similar services rendered by attorneys of comparable skill, experience and reputation. Blum v. Stenson, 465 U.S. 886, 895 (1984). FJW respectfully submits that its rates are generally comparable to those of other firms of a similar size with comparable bankruptcy practices and similar expertise that have a presence in the Northern District of Texas. 29. FJW has done its best to minimize the number of professionals and paraprofessionals working on this case to ensure that this case proceeded smoothly, expeditiously and in a cost effective and efficient manner. 30. Accordingly, for all of the above reasons, FJW respectfully submits that the fees sought in this Application are reasonable under Section 330 of the Bankruptcy Code and applicable case law standards, and should be awarded in full. VII. SUMMARY OF EXPENSES 31. FJW has incurred actual expenses on the Debtor’s behalf in the amount of $2,796.43 during the Application Period, as set forth in Exhibit “E”. Records for courier services, photocopying charges, recording and filing fees, and any other expenses are those charged to FJW. There is no minimum dollar charge with respect to any expense item and the charges set forth are those charged routinely to other clients. With respect to photocopying charges, all such expenses are outside copy service charges, billed at actual rates charged to FJW, without inclusion of any in-house photocopying charges. These charges are intended to cover FJW’s actual costs for the services. WHEREFORE, FJW respectfully requests this Court enter an order (i) awarding final compensation to FJW of $1,554,410.00 for services rendered to the Debtors during the Application Period, as well as approval of its estimated fees related to this Application; (ii) allowing and approving reimbursement to FJW of $2,796.43 in expenses incurred in connection with services rendered for the

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Debtors during the Application Period; (iii) allowing FJW an additional $10,000 for preparation and presentation of this Application; (iv) allowing FJW an additional $25,000 for estimated fees for May; permitting FJW to draw down $200,000 on its Retainer and to retain $50,000 of its retainer for the converted cases; (iv) after application of the Retainer, directing the Debtors to pay FJW the balance of $145,882.00 in fees; and (v) granting FJW such other and further relief as may be just and proper. DATED: May 28, 2021 Respectfully submitted, LAW OFFICES OF FRANK J. WRIGHT, PLLC By: /s/ Frank J. Wright Frank J. Wright Texas Bar No. 22028800 Jeffery M. Veteto Texas Bar No. 24098548 Jay A. Ferguson Texas Bar No. 24094648 2323 Ross Avenue, Suite 730 Dallas, Texas 75201 Telephone: (214) 935-9100 Emails: frank@fjwright.law jeff@fjwright.law jay@fjwright.law COUNSEL TO STUDIO MOVIE GRILL HOLDING, LLC, et al. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the foregoing document was served on the parties listed below, on all parties consenting to electronic service of this case via the Court’s ECF system for the Northern District of Texas on all parties electronically accepting service on the 28th day of May, 2021. /s/ Jeffery M. Veteto Jeffery M. Veteto

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