Heads Keep Rolling in Hollywood

November 2013
Variety;11/5/2013, Vol. 321 Issue 18, p18
Trade Publication
The article focuses on executive changes in the movie industry in Hollywood as of November 5, 2013. The author highlights the increase in the number of production and marketing chiefs who have been dismissed or terminated including Adam Fogelson and James Schamus of movie studio Universal and Marc Weinstock of production company Sony. The author asserts that the executives affected by the changes have been performing well at their former jobs.


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