KPS receivers are expecting a commitment from a company willing to bail out the video chain within the next four days, it emerged yesterday. The seven-store Movieland chain is widely rumoured to be among the companies interested in taking over debt-ridden KPS, which went into receivership on Thursday night. Movieland owner Colin Grant last night refused to confirm whether he was dealing with receivers Ernst & Young. Park'N Shop is also believed to be among the eight firms interested in KPS. 'Somebody should make some indication of firm interest within three to four days - that's what we're hoping, anyway,' Ernst & Young partner Wilf Timso said. Meanwhile, KPS outlets may be opened for a day or two to allow members to return rented videos and laser discs, said Ernst & Young principal Stephen Liu Yiu-keung . 'It is estimated there are about 11,000 tapes and discs in the hands of the members who could not return them in time before the closure of the company,' Mr Liu said. 'They will not be punished for late returns but they may be liable for court action if they refuse to return them.' KPS operations director Kerry Lee Wai-siu said employees should be able to staff selected outlets for one day. 'We are aiming at big outlets in convenient locations around the territory. It is hoped an arrangement can be finalised in one or two days,' she said. KPS went into receivership after rapid expansion and legal action over a failed pre-paid coupon scheme.