A perennial element of the Doomsday Scenario has arisen again
Amid flying rumors all day, it’s been confirmed that DC Entertainment has undergone a huge reorganization, with three VPs laid off and DC Collectibles removed to Consumer Products.
But founder Mike Richardson still owns a “significant chunk” of the company.
DC’s new corporate head has her own vision for the characters.
In an organizational shake-up, DC Entertainment is now part of a new division and has a new head.
More upheaval over at DC Entertainment as Geoff Johns is stepping down as president and CCO, THR reports. Co-publisher Jim Lee will take the role of CCO while continuing as co-publisher. Johns, who has been instrumental in developing DC’s hugely successful TV slate and not as successful movie slate, will move to his own production […]
Yet another massive personnel move in the comics space, as Diane Nelson, president of DC Entertainment, is leaving WB permanently, as THR reports. Nelson had been on a leave of absence since March but she announced that the move would be permanent this week. Nelson originally took the time out to deal with family issues. […]
Diane Nelson, whose leadership as president of DC Entertainment and president of Warner Bros. Consumer Products has seen many changes at the company, is taking a leave of absence, THR reports, The leave starts April 2nd and has no end date. The moves was announced in a company email from WB head Kevin Tsujihara. DC Entertainment […]
Marvel has filled its publisher position – vacated when Don Buckley ascended to President – by hiring John Nee, a former DC VP and currently CEO of the company he co-founded, Cryptozoic. Comicbook.com has the news and EIC CB Cebulski confirmed in a tweet. Welcome to Marvel, @johnnee! https://t.co/68oYuaZUjs — C.B. Cebulski (@CBCebulski) January 16, […]
WB has found yet another savior for its crucial DC Films shingle: Walter Hamada, the producer of the Conjuring films and, most crucially, IT, the box offie smash remake. Borys Kit writes: The ascension takes place after the December departure of Jon Berg, Warner Bros.’s co-president of production who was the studio’s point man for […]