Warner Bros Names Michele Imperato Stabile President Of Worldwide Physical Production – Deadline

Warner Bros Names Michele Imperato Stabile President Of Worldwide Physical Production – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Film industry veteran Michele ‘Miss’ Imperato Sablile has been appointed President, Worldwide Physical Production, Warner Bros. Pictures. He will report directly to Warner Bros. Pictures Group Co-Chair and CEOs Michael DeLuca and Pam Abdy. He will join the studio in the coming weeks.

In his new role, Imperato Stabile will lead the division responsible for all aspects of Warner Bros. film productions. Pictures Group (WB Pictures, DC Films, Warner Animation Group), including digital effects, post-production services and product placement.

“We think Missy is one of the best in the business,” said DeLuca and Abdy. “We’ve had the pleasure of working with him before and have seen how well he works with our creative partners and production teams to deliver a top-notch filmmaking experience, resulting in great films. We can’t wait for him to get started.”

Imperato has been a producer, executive producer and production manager on more than 40 films in his long career.

He most recently served as President of Physical Production at MGM, where he oversaw both MGM and Orion films, including Ridley Scott’s House of Guccito Ron Howard Thirteen Livesto George Clooney The Men in the BoatPaul Thomas Anderson’s Licorice Pizzato Chinonye Chukwu Untilto Joe Wright Cyrano, Creed III and to Sarah Polley woman speaking, Besides others.

He was previously an Executive Producer on Twentieth Century Fox’s hybrid franchise Garfield, Alvin and the Chipmunks and Dr. Dolittleto Sony Ghostbusters, and 2 America will come for Paramount. He also created Chris Meledandri’s HOP for Lighting Entertainment.

Throughout his career, Imperato Stabile has worked with many esteemed directors and A-List talent such as Mike Nichols in Lobo, About Henry, Primary Colors and The Birdcage; Brian DiPalma on The Untouchables; Ridley Scott GI Jane; and Paul Feig in It’s hot.

He has been a member of the Director’s Guild of America since 1994.