Toby Emmerich
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United States

Warner Bros. Pictures


Chairman, Pictures Group

Emmerich survived several rounds of executive shuffling at the studio in 2020 and wound up on top with exclusive greenlight power for all feature production at Warner­Media’s Studios and Networks Group, including worldwide theatrical releases and original films for HBO Max. In spite of the coronavirus pandemic forcing everyone to work from home starting mid-March, Emmerich was able to keep the full development and pre-­production slate moving forward, and when the time came, he was able to resume production on “Matrix 4,” “The Batman,” “Elvis” and “Fantastic Beasts 3.” He has also locked down a steady stream of content from a diverse collection of perspectives that will hit theaters in 2021, including “In the Heights,” “King Richard” and “Judas and the Black Messiah” — all of which will stream on HBO Max day-and-date with their theatrical releases, alongside the rest of the 2021 Warner Bros. slate.





  • Wesleyan University (CT, USA)

Variety Honors

  • 2017 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • 2019 Variety500 Honoree
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Lyra Belacqua's story is getting a closing chapter.HBO and the BBC have renewed "His Dark Materials," the series adaptation of Philip Pullman's classic novels, for a third and final season. The first two seasons have mirrored the books relatively closely, so it's no huge surprise the show is being given one last outing to take a crack at "The Amber Spyglass," the final book in Pullman's trilogy.News of the renewal comes less than a week after the season 2 finale...


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