Film and TV studio Miramax has appointed Jonathan Glickman as its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Glickman, the former President of MGM Motion Picture Group, founded the independent film and television production company Panoramic Media in 2022, where he previously served as its CEO.

2. Miramax. Jonathan Glickman, Chief Executive Officer, Miramax. Image Courtesy beIN Media Group

Jonathan Glickman, Miramax

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He replaces former Miramax CEO Bill Block who left the company last October.

Glickman has produced more than 40 films including the Rush Hour franchise. At MGM, he oversaw the production of James Bond films Skyfall, Spectre, and No Time To Die as well as the revival of the Rocky franchise with the Creed movie series.

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Through Panoramic Media, Glickman produced Creed 3, as well as the Emmy-nominated television series Wednesday, which is currently the second most watched English language show in Netflix’s history.

Miramax is a joint venture between beIN Media Group and Paramount Global and has a first-look deal with Paramount Pictures.

Miramax’s recent credits include the Oscar-winner The Holdovers, action thriller The Beekeeper and Netflix series The Gentleman. The company’s library comprises over 700 titles, including Chicago, The English Patient, Shakespeare in Love, Pulp Fiction, Halloween, Scary Movie, Rounders, and Gangs of New York.

Glickman said: “With its world-renowned library and the united desire from its shareholders to produce IP-based as well as original projects, Miramax is uniquely placed to be the leading independent film and television studio for the years to come. I cannot wait to join Miramax’s dedicated team, alongside my partners at beIN and Paramount Global, and continue this company’s tradition of creating unforgettable stories for film, TV and beyond.”

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