Peter Oillataguerre has been named president of manufacturing for Spyglass Media Group, Chairman and CEO Gary Barber introduced Monday.
Oillataguerre will start his place efficient instantly, and can report back to Barber, working theatrical manufacturing together with inventive growth, bodily manufacturing advert post-production.
“Peter and I have worked together for nearly 20 years on a diverse slate of large-scale productions, global franchises and hit films,” Barber mentioned in an announcement. “He has a keen eye for commercial material and possesses an even temperament with a cool demeanor that keeps productions on track. Peter is the consummate producer and ideal leader to execute Spyglass’ film strategy.”
Oillataguerre added: “Gary is a long-time mentor and industry leader with exceptional business acumen. I have a tremendous amount of respect and trust in him. This next phase of my career is not only one of the most exciting, it is also one of the most challenging as our industry is facing a global transformation. I look forward to being part of the Spyglass team and collaboratively building a supportive and engaged approach with filmmakers as we create new and diverse content.”
Previously, Oillataguerre served because the president of bodily manufacturing for MGM for 9 years, the place he oversaw bodily manufacturing of movies like “Creed,” “Creed 2,” “The Addams Family,” “Tomb Raider,” “Overboard,” “Me Before You,” “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Fargo” and “Vikings,” in addition to James Bond movies “Skyfall,” “Spectre” and “No Time to Die.”
Before MGM, he labored at Spyglass Entertainment the place he oversaw movies like “27 Dresses,” “The Vow,” “Leap Year” and “The Count of Monte Christo.” He additionally served because the SVP pf manufacturing at Universal Studios from 2001-2005, the place he labored on movies similar to “Van Helsing” and “Meet the Fockers.”
Spyglass is a partnership between Barber and Lantern Entertainment Co-Presidents Andy Mitchell and Milos Brajovic, and has strategic funding backing from Warner Bros. Pictures. Spyglass’ credit embody “The King’s Speech,” “Inglorious Basters,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” “The Hateful Eight,” “Django Unchained” and the “Paddington” franchise.
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