Megan Colligan and Guy Endore-Kaiser have been upped to co-heads of marketing at Paramount Vantage.
Colligan will continue to oversee publicity, while Endore-Kaiser will continue to oversee creative advertising.
In their expanded gigs, duo will work together on release strategies and marketing campaigns for the specialty arm, as well as devise new marketing initiatives for all domestic titles.
Vantage has a busy release sked. Upcoming films include docu “Arctic Tale,” Sean Penn-directed “Into the Wild,” Noah Baumbach’s “Margot at the Wedding,” Marc Forster’s “The Kite Runner” and Paul Thomas Anderson’s “There Will Be Blood.”
“Megan and Guy have helped shepherd such projects as ‘Babel’ and ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ to great success with innovative thinking and skillful execution,” said Vantage prexy John Lesher, who runs the unit with co-prexy Nick Meyer.
Prior to joining Vantage, Colligan was VP of publicity at Fox Searchlight, spearheading campaigns for titles including “Thank You for Smoking,” “Napoleon Dynamite,” “Antoine Fisher” and “Bend It Like Beckham.” She also oversaw the kudos campaign for Alexander Payne’s “Sideways.”
Endore-Kaiser previously worked at trailer powerhouse the Ant Farm, where he worked on films including “Sin City,” “Spy Kids 3,” “Over the Hedge” and “Match Point.”