Morgan Creek Productions Enters Into a First-Look Deal With Program Pictures
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LOS ANGELES, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan Creek Productions has entered into a first-look deal with the newly formed Program Pictures. The announcement was made jointly by David Robinson, Senior Vice President of Production at Morgan Creek, and LT Hutton, CEO of Program Pictures. Program Pictures was founded by multi-platinum music producer LT Hutton. The company is dedicated to producing high-quality urban mainstream entertainment, including feature films and television programming. "Expanding into the motion picture business was a natural transition for me since many of the artists I've worked with already have, or are about to make, the same transition," said Hutton. "Being able to identify that next artist who can make the jump from music to film is going to give us the creative edge we need." Hutton has been involved in the creative process for such high profile artists as P Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Mariah Carey, Bow Wow, Omarion, and Ashanti. Hutton added, "I've known (Morgan Creek Chairman/CEO) Jim Robinson for close to ten years, so when I made the decision to form Program Pictures, he was the first person I called." About Morgan Creek For over twenty years, Morgan Creek still remains as one of Hollywood's most successful production companies, having produced over 60 feature films that have received over 50 awards. Films such as the Young Guns and Major League franchises; Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves; and the hit comedy Ace Ventura: Pet Detective are but a few of the classic films created under the Morgan Creek banner. Morgan Creek recently released The Good Shepherd, starring Matt Damon, Angelina Jolie and Robert De Niro. SOURCE Morgan Creek Productions Greg Mielcarz of Morgan Creek Productions, +1-310-432-4851, or +1-213-675-6476, email@example.com
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