Bob Brassel has joined Warner Bros. Pictures as senior VP of production. He will report directly to Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Warners president of worldwide production.
Brassel previously worked at Warners from 1986 to 1995, when he ankled to take a post as VP of production at DreamWorks.
He was involved in the development and production of such WB films as “The Fugitive,” “Outbreak,” “Interview With the Vampire,” “Just Cause” and “Something to Talk About.”
Brassel joined Warners in 1986 as executive assistant to Mark Canton. In 1987, he was promoted to production executive and rose through the ranks to become senior VP of production in 1993.
Before joining Warners, Brassel was a merchandising executive with the Liz Claiborne organization.