Mitchell began working at Landscape in 2011 as head of feature films and has served as a producer on films like “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,” “Lucky Number Slevin” and “The Angriest Man in Brooklyn,” which will be distributed later this year. He also worked as a writer and producer of the NBC shows “Kidnapped” and “My Own Worst Enemy.” Mitchell will now oversee Landscape’s film and TV slates, including projects being developed at Warner Bros., Disney, New Regency, HBO, Fox, WGN, TNT, and USA.
“Tyler’s production savvy and incredible work have helped move Landscape to a new level,” Cooper said in a statement. “In this leadership role he will continue to raise our creative ante.”
Landscape and eOne will focus on developing and producing projects targeted primarily for cable.