Elizabeth Raposo
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United States


After 12 years with the studio, Raposo was appointed Paramount’s president of production in June 2017. And she’s been prolific, scoring hits with the pitch-dark “Pet Sematary” remake and the Elton John biopic “Rocketman” and taking leadership roles in upcoming sequels “A Quiet Place 2” and “Top Gun: Maverick” and fall releases “Gemini Man” and “Terminator: Dark Fate,” the latter three in partnership with Skydance Media. Down the line are Eddie Murphy’s “Coming to America” sequel and two “Mission: Impossible” films for summers 2021 and 2022. The company is also pairing with Hasbro on a new “G.I. Joe” movie focusing on the Snake Eyes character and a cinematic take on classic board game “Dungeons & Dragons,” due in 2021. Prior to Paramount, she was development director for NYC’s Protozoa Pictures.


  • Georgetown University (DC, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
  • Women's Impact
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Paramount Pictures' Elizabeth Raposo Steps Down as Production President

Paramount Pictures' Elizabeth Raposo Steps Down as Production President

Longtime Paramount Pictures executive Elizabeth Raposo is leaving her post at the studio, Variety has learned.Raposo has served as Paramount's president of production since 2017, where she's been the studio shepherd for all franchise material and event-based intellectual properties.  News of Raposo's exit was announced by newly-minted motion picture group president Emma Watts."Elizabeth Raposo is leaving Paramount Pictures. She has been an invaluable part of the Paramount family for 15 years, including the past three years in her role as...


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