Sony has named the successor to ousted executive Amy Pascal. The company said Tuesday that Tom Rothman will take over as head of the film division at Sony Pictures Entertainment — a role Pascal had held for 12 years before her removal earlier this month.
Rothman joined Sony SNE two years ago and is currently the head of TriStar Productions, a film studio under the Sony Pictures umbrella. Rothman previously served as chair and CEO of Fox Filmed Entertainment, a division of Fox that includes film production companies 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlig...
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