(March 20, 2003 – Burbank, CA) – Bob Brassel has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Production, Warner Bros. Pictures. The announcement was made today by Jeff Robinov, President, Production, Warner Bros. Pictures. Brassel, who moves up from his position as Senior Vice President, Production, at the Studio, is currently overseeing the development of “Superman”; “Constantine,” starring Keanu Reeves; “Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride”; and Oliver Stone’s “Alexander the Great.” “Bob has excellent taste and the ability to get things done,” said Robinov. “Filmmakers and talent love working with him, and it’s great to have Bob on our team.” Brassel joined Warner Bros. in 1989 as an assistant to Mark Canton, who was President of Production at the Studio at that time. He became a Vice President of Production in 1993 and was named Senior Vice President there in 1994. During those years Brassel was involved with productions including “The Fugitive,” “Outbreak” and “Interview With the Vampire.” In 1995, Brassel left Warner Bros. for a production position at DreamWorks; he returned to Warner Bros. Pictures in 2001.
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