A pair of execs have ankled from Graham King’s GK Films — chief operating officer Bahman Naraghi and senior VP Grey Rembert.
Naraghi’s stepped down to pursue his producing interests outside of the company. He had joined GK Films from Netflix in 2008 to oversee financial matters and spearhead the overall distribution strategy domestically and internationally after heading Netflix’s push into the acquisition and distribution of original content, including the development and operation of Red Envelope Entertainment.
Rembert’s focus was developing books. She had joined King’s company, which was then called Inital Entertainment Group, in 2006 after heading up DreamWorks literary department.
Films going into production this year at GK Films include “Jersey Boys,” the untitled Freddie Mercury biopic and “Little White Corvette.” Those projects will be overseen by King directly.