Marc Platt
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United States

Marc Platt Productions



Known as a gentleman in a cutthroat business, Platt is also an ambitious risk-taker. After his gamble on Reese Witherspoon and the big-time payoff of the first “Legally Blonde,” the former TriStar executive went on to amass an enviable catalog that included “La La Land,” “Bridge of Spies” and “Into the Woods” — Oscar nominees, all. A producer of the Broadway mega-hit “Wicked” and such live TV events as “Grease,” Platt thrives on musicals and is readying several for the screen, including “Wicked” and, later, “Oliver!” and “Little Shop of Horrors.” He’s reuniting with his Oscar-winning “La La Land” composers for an animated musical, currently titled “Foster.” And then there’s the long-awaited “Legally Blonde 3,” for which Platt Productions is joining with Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine.


  • Wicked
  • Legally Blonde


  • University of Pennsylvania (PA, USA)
  • New York University (NY, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
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'Shinobi' Video Game Being Adapted Into Movie by Marc Platt

'Shinobi' Video Game Being Adapted Into Movie by Marc Platt

Producer Marc Platt is partnering with Stories International, the production arm and joint venture of renowned video game brand SEGA Group and Hakuhodo DY Group, to develop and produce the movie adaptation of SEGA's iconic video game franchise, "Shinobi."Platt and Adam Siegel will produce through the Marc Platt Production banner alongside Stories President and CEO Tomoya Suzuki."We love the Shinobi games and believe that the world of ninjas has never been properly explored onscreen," Platt said. "We now have the opportunity...


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