Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and James Weaver’s Point Grey Pictures Inks Wide Ranging Multi-Platform Content Partnership with Lionsgate

Global content leader Lionsgate today kicked off its CinemaCon presentation to exhibitors by announcing a joint venture with Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, partner James Weaver and their Point Grey Pictures (Pgp) to produce multi-platform content.

Pgp is the successful multi-genre film and television production company behind hit films such as Blockers, Neighbors,Sausage Party, The Night Before, This is the End, the television shows “Future Man,” “Black Monday,” and “Preacher,” as well as Lionsgate’s highly-anticipated Rogen and Charlize Theron romantic comedy event of the summer Long Shot, which won the Audience Award in the Headliners section of SXSW and will be released in the Us and select markets on May 3 before expanding worldwide.

Pgp will continue to operate autonomously under Rogen, Goldberg and Weaver’s leadership while working closely with Lionsgate’s executive teams to develop content for the Company’s motion picture, scripted and unscripted television, digital and location-based entertainment businesses.

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