Content material government Allie Goss has joined Bruna Papandrea’s firm Made Up Tales, within the function of government vp of improvement and manufacturing in movie and tv.
Goss joins the Culver Metropolis-based store from Netflix, the place she served for practically 15 years in content material licensing and later improvement.
“We’re so thrilled to have any person of Allie’s immense expertise and expertise be part of Made Up Tales” mentioned Papandrea. “We first got here to know Allie once we labored along with her at Netflix, and have been struck by her sensible grasp of fabric, her capability to establish and allow expertise and her plain ardour. Having her on board to assist lead the growth of our slate and model is past thrilling.”
Goss joined Netflix simply earlier than thencompany launched streaming and originals, overseeing cornerstone initiatives like “The Crown” and the latest breakthrough hit “Unbelievable.” She was additionally concerned in Marvel’s TV portfolio at Netflix, with reveals together with “Jessica Jones,” “Luke Cage,” “Iron First” and “The Punisher.”
Goss mentioned she admires “Bruna’s imaginative and prescient for Made Up Tales – empowering storytellers to inform daring narratives and assembling extraordinary artistic groups. Our partnership was seamless from day one.”
The manager was additionally on the crew producing “Items of Her,” Made Up’s new Netflix sequence from the likes of Charlotte Stoudt, Minkie Spiro, Lesli Linka Glatter, and Papandrea, which is presently in pre-production with star Toni Collette.
The label can also be at work on “9 Excellent Strangers,” primarily based on best-selling creator Liane Moriarty’s ebook, written by David E. Kelley and John Henry Butterworth, and starring Nicole Kidman and Melissa McCarthy for Hulu. Their HBO sequence “The Undoing,” starring Kidman and Hugh Grant, directed by Susanne Bier and created by David E. Kelley, will premiere within the fall.
On the movie facet, Made Up Tales will quickly launch Glendyn Ivin’s “Penguin Bloom” starring Naomi Watts, Andrew Lincoln and Jacki Weaver, in addition to Robert Connolly’s “The Dry” starring Eric Bana.