Legendary Entertainment’s Thomas Tull on Making Movies and Connecting With Fans (Video)

Here are the video highlights from the head of the studio that released “The Hangover” and “The Dark Knight.”

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Chairman and CEO
Legendary Entertainment

The string of testosterone-fueled hits Tull has ushered into being in conjunction with Warner Bros. is impressive enough – The Hangover (1 and 2), 300, Inception, The Dark Knight, just for example – but then there’s also his creative side. He conceived of and produced the music documentary It Might Get Loud, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and was released by Sony Pictures Classics. He founded Legendary in order to combine his entrepreneurial acumen, deep understanding of film finance and true passion for movies, comic books, video games and fantasy fare, and fandom will be forever grateful. When he isn’t deep in the movie biz, Tull is a minority partner in the Pittsburgh Steelers football franchise.

Posts With Thomas Tull

Legendary Entertainment’s Thomas Tull on Making Movies and Connecting With Fans (Video)

Here are the video highlights from the head of the studio that released “The Hangover” and “The Dark Knight.”
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Legendary’s Thomas Tull Says Having Superheroes Isn’t Enough

At D: Dive Into Media, the CEO of Legendary Pictures said that with so many activities competing for limited leisure time, it’s more important than ever to build a relationship with fans.
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More Stars for D: Dive Into Media — Jason Kilar, Dick Costolo and Martha Stewart Join Us Onstage

Our first-ever media conference kicks off in a litte more than a month. And we’ve added the heads of Hulu, Twitter and Martha Stewart Living to a star-studded cast.
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Game On! ESPN’s New Boss, John Skipper, Debuts at D: Dive Into Media.

Time to introduce another D: Dive Into Media speaker, and this one’s very timely: The first onstage interview with the new head of cable TV’s MVP.
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Hollywood Meets Silicon Valley, Up Close and Personal: YouTube CEO Salar Kamangar Comes to D: Dive Into Media

North meets South, tech meets content, and the rest of the world gets a rare opportunity to meet one of Google’s most important — and least known — players.
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More Moguls for D: Dive Into Media — Clear Channel, Legendary Pictures and Vevo Join the Cast

Heavyweights from radio, Hollywood, and Web video join a star-studded roster for All Things Digital‘s first-ever media conference: Bob Pittman, Thomas Tull and Rio Caraeff come aboard.
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