Neal H. Moritz
Alex J. Berliner/Universal Pictures
United States
2019

Original Film

Neal
H.
Moritz

Producer

Moritz’s active involvement in the multibillion-dollar “Fast and the Furious” franchise may have ended with his lawsuit against Universal, but it hasn’t slowed the producer’s output. This year, he released decade-in-the-making film “The Art of Racing in the Rain” (Fox 2000) and “Escape Room” (Sony), which itself grossed more than $160 million worldwide. In January, his first-look deal commenced at Paramount, where he has four projects in the mix: the sequel to “Escape Room” and the comic-book adaptation “Bloodshot” for Sony, “Sonic the Hedgehog” for Paramount and “Wonderland,” based on the “Spenser for Hire” novels, for Netflix. Moritz also has several series via his deal with Sony TV (re-upped in August), including “The Boys” (Amazon), “SWAT” (CBS) and “Preacher” (AMC).

Career

  • 21 JUMP STREET
  • THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS
  • THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

Education

  • University of Southern California (CA, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 10 Producers to Watch
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Chuck Hogan Tapped to Write Adaptation of 'Crossfire' for Neal H. Moritz

Chuck Hogan Tapped to Write Adaptation of 'Crossfire' for Neal H. Moritz

Veteran scribe Chuck Hogan is set to write an adaptation of the popular online game "Crossfire" for Korean game developer Smilegate and Neal H. Moritz’s Original Film.Tania Landau and Toby Ascher will be producers on the film along with Moritz.Last year, Original Film and Smilegate announced that they had partnered to turn the popular game into an action franchise. Released in 2007, "Crossfire" is a first-person shooter game that has recorded global sales of $1.5 billion in 2015 alone, and boasts...

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