MGM Film Boss Jonathan Glickman Exiting; Will Transition To Producer Role For Studio

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MGM Film Boss Jonathan Glickman Exiting; Will Transition To Producer Role For Studio
Breaking: We’ve confirmed that MGM Motion Picture Group president Jonathan Glickman is stepping down and transitioning to the role of being a producer for the studio.

Former New Line-DreamWorks-Sony exec and Fifty Shades of Grey franchise producer Michael De Luca is rumored to replace him.

Glickman is in charge of the studio’s film development, production and co-financing arrangements, as well as their live stage productions. He’s been at the studio since 2011 when he arrived to MGM with Gary Barber and Roger Birnbaum from Spyglass Entertainment. Following Barber being ousted as MGM CEO in 2018, Glickman has been leading the studio. Glickman’s current contract, renewed in 2016, expires in February 2020.

He’s expected to see through the completion of the next James Bond movie No Time to Die which opens Easter weekend on April 10 (Universal is handling overseas).

During Glickman’s run MGM formed a joint
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