Legendary Entertainment has named a pair of new board members — Univision executive Isaac Lee, and Jackie Robinson Foundation CEO-president Della Britton Baeza.

Lee is president of news and digital for Univision and the CEO of Fusion. The board includes Nikesh Arora (SoftBank), Jim Breyer (Accel and Breyer Capital), A.G. Lafley (Procter and Gamble), Tom Werner (Carsey Werner Company) and Legendary chairman-CEO Thomas Tull.

“We are very fortunate to have such an exceptional group of directors on Legendary’s board whose counsel and advice is invaluable to our shareholders,” Tull said in a statement. “Isaac’s and Della’s unique experience and individual viewpoints will bring additional value, as we continue to grow our core film business and diversify Legendary’s asset offerings into analytics, international markets and digital platforms.”

Legendary has a co-financing deal with Universal Pictures. Its notable recent releases include “Unbroken” and “Interstellar,” and its upcoming films include “Jurassic World” and “Crimson Peak.”

Lee serves on the board of directors of the Associated Press, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and the International Center for Journalists, as well as the ProPublica journalism board, the advisory board for the Peabody awards, and the Institute of Politics of the University of Chicago.

Della Britton previously served as assistant general attorney for ABC, president of Hillside Publishing, and president of AJM Records. She has been a member of the New York Times Institutional Task Force on Race Relations and the boards of Inwood House, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the Washington Ballet.