Paramount Pictures has extended its First Look contract with Temple Hill Entertainment for several years. The two companies recently collaborated on the horror thriller Smile, which grossed $200 million worldwide.
Under the deal, Temple Hill Entertainment will continue to produce films for the Paramount Pictures and Paramount Players labels. On the TV side, Temple Hill is still in a big deal with Lionsgate.
“Temple Hill has a proven track record of making films that truly touch people. In the ten years we’ve known Vic Marty and Isaac, we’ve been great collaborators and, more importantly, friends,” said Michael Ireland and Paramount Pictures Group co-chairman Daria Sircic. We couldn’t be happier to expand so we can continue to find new ways to delight audiences together.”
Paramount Pictures and Temple Hill are developing several films, including Rogers’ books, Italian Summer, Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Children of Blood and Bone. & Hammerstein and Alice’s adaptation of RPG Lost.
Temple Hill Entertainment was founded in 2006 by Vic Godfrey and Marty Bowen. Godfrey served as president of Paramount Motion Picture Group from 2017 to 2020 before returning to production at Temple Hill Entertainment. On the campaign, Bowen and Godfrey are joined as team producers by Isaac Klauner, President of Motion Pictures, John Fisher, Senior Vice President of Development, and Laura Quicksilver, Vice President of Development.
Together, Godfrey and Bowen directed several successful film franchises, notably The Twilight Saga and Maze Runner Trilogy, as well as The Fault in Our Stars, Hate, Grant and Love, Simon. . ”
Godfrey, Bowen and Klausner announced. “They’ve been fantastic partners at Smile in making the films and creating great marketing campaigns, and we’re excited about what we’ll be doing together in the years to come.”
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