May 19 2024


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Kurtzman’s Production Company Signs Deal

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Alex Kurtzman has created a new production company, Secret Hideout, and he has just signed a three-year production deal.

The production deal was signed with Universal Pictures.

“I adore the entire team at Universal: from Jeff Shell and Donna Langley‘s hands-on leadership and global vision, to Jeff Kirschenbaum and Peter Cramer’s unwavering partnership,” said Kurtzman. “I’m so proud to keep building my home here at Universal, where so many of my favorite movies were made.”

Kurtzman will work on “franchise and multi-quadrant films.”

“Alex has proven experience on a range of films and his prolific body of work speaks for itself,” said Universal‘s Donna Langley.

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3 thoughts on “Kurtzman’s Production Company Signs Deal

  1. Universal may have made his favorite movies, and many of mine, it certainly doesn’t mean I want him anywhere near the Universal legacy (especially their monster movies), and prolific does not mean good. Sacrificing quality for quantity will only damage the Universal legacy as a whole. As for it speaking for itself? yes, it does speak for itself, it speaks of a writer with little to no original though, no respect for intellectual properties let alone a fan base that grew up with a franchise. If you look at his body of work it’s not just speaking, it’s begging for mercy for someone to end its suffering. He’s helped destroy the Star Trek Universe and now he’s going after classic monster movies and anything else that catches his eye and can con universal into letting him touch. As for Universal’s “hands on leadership,” if this is an example, then they have their hands on the steering wheel alright, and they’ve aimed the bus at the guardrail along the edge of the cliff…

  2. Is there anybody else making movies anymore?!? Seems like Kurtzman and Orci’s names on on ever goddamn thing.

  3. Some days it feels like Orci, Kutzman and Abrams are all that’s left in Hollywood! Be afraid, be very afraid!

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