Bryan Grant, who was responsible for setting up “The General” as a four-hour miniseries for TNT, has been upped to director of development for Trilogy Entertainment Group’s feature division, the company said Tuesday.
Grant will seek out feature material for Trilogy to develop. He reports to Charyl LaSasso, senior VP of production as well as the Trilogy partners, Richard B. Lewis, Pen Densham and John Watson.
“Bryan has a keen instinct for great material and, since joining us last year, has developed a nose for the kind of projects we want to produce,” Lewis said.
Grant recently set up the Bruce McKenna feature “Chaos” for Trilogy with Spelling Films.
Grant was formerly a story editor for the company.
Trilogy’s feature arm has yielded such pics as “Moll Flanders,” “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,” “Backdraft,” “Larger than Life” and “Blown Away.”