Saturday, July 15, 2006
J.J. says goodbye to Touchstone
Uber-producer, J.J. Abrams, is saying goodbye to his fruitful relationship with Disney-owned Touchstone Television. Abrams will move over to Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. TV with a six-year deal worth more than $55 million. The move comes as a suprise since under the Touchstone banner, Abrams produced such gems as Felicity, Alias and LOST. However, Abrams recently produced Mission: Impossible 3 with Paramount. Abrams own production company, Bad Robot, will relocate outside of Disney's lot.
wait does that mean damon lindeloff and carson cruse are going to be leaving touchstone? does that affect lost at all?Post a Comment