MUMBAI: Paramount Pictures has promoted Marc Evans as president of production.
He will continue to report to Paramount Film Group president Adam Goodman in his new role.
Evans, who is currently Paramount Pictures executive vice president of production, joined the company in 2003 as vice president – Production. He has supervised production on films like Star Trek, Mission: Impossible III and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. He is currently supervising upcoming titles namely Transformers 3, Super 8, Rango, Morning Glory, The Last Airbender and Mission: Impossible 4, which is slated to start production in August.
"Marc has grown into an invaluable contributor to the creative process and he is a natural choice to fill this role. His track record demonstrates his great ability to juggle highly complex productions with complete grace and ease. He has terrific relationships, a passion for filmmakers, and a great work ethic. We felt it very important to find someone within our outstanding team to fill this position, and we’re all so excited to be working with Marc in this new capacity," said Goodman.