Charles Roven is a movie producer from America, President & Co-Founder of Atlas Entertainment. His career was never a cake walk, rather travel which is to cherish as a memory of major struggle. Charles Roven is a well-known American producer. Charles started his career in the 1980s; Charles was responsible for producing some of the most successful films in Hollywood history. His credits include Twelve Monkeys (1993), Three Kings (1999) and Batman Begins (2005). Roven was born on 2nd August 1949 and graduated from University Of Southern California, Los Angeles California. Through years, Roven has built a reputation for creative collaboration and innovation and has garnered international acclaims for his work in film, television and music. Charles is best known as the Academy Award-winning producer and leader in the entertainment industry for over three decades Atlas Entertainment most recently collaborated with David O Russell on the critically acclaimed Box Office Hit American Hustle, which has grossed more than 200 million dollars in worldwide Box Office. Among its many accolades, the film won three BAFTA Awards, and was nominated for ten Academy Awards, including a Best Picture nomination for Roven & Atlas Richard Suckle, it also nominated seven Golden Globe Awards and nomination, winning three including Best Modern Picture, Comedy and Musical.

The first of a some motion pictures designed to expand the DC universe and Characters in the film. Roven produced the $668 million dollars worldwide Box Office hit Man of Steel, directed by Zack Snyder, after which most of his movies were blockbuster hits. Currently, in post-production is the highly anticipated feature film Warcraft from Legendary pictures and universal. Additionally in pre-production is Zhang Yimou’s first English language film the great wall from Legendary Pictures and Universal. The Mystery film starring Matt Dannon and Pedro Pascal is dated to release this November. However Charles Roven has an impressive record, This filmography strikes to an impressive number of 77.Charles also produced many films like 12 Monkeys (2015) TV series, American Hustle (2013), Man of Steel (2013) which got him a great fame in the industry. Charles Roven’s future projects which are expected to be released in 2016, The Whole Truth (2016), Warcraft (2016), The Great Wall (2016), Suicide Squad (2016), Wonder Woman (2016), The Justice League Part One (2017),Unchartered (2017), The Flash (2018), The Aquaman (2018), Scooby-Doo(2018). He was married to producer Dawn Steel until her death in 1997.He was now married to Stephanie Haymes, the daughter of entertainment Dick Haymes and Fran Jeffries. But the heart thing is temporary by a commitment to movie making that knows no bounds.”I put in a lot of hours into my work, and if you talk to those close to me, they would say I’m a workaholic” Roven notes.

Charles Newirth English Actor

Charles Newirth

Charles Newirth is an American executive film producer who was born on August 22, 1955. He was raised in New York’s Scarsdale, Neuwirth studied at the Ohio State University and graduated with a BA degree in Photography and Cinema. He began as a location manager, serving for films like Flashdance, Pretty in Pink, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. As years passed by, he became production manager with RoboCop (1987) to his credit. As an associate producer, he debuted with “The Package”, released in 1989. Set amidst the Cold War, “The Package” did not fail to impress the audience with its smart political thriller storyline. He teamed up with Barry Levinson to present three films directed by the latter. The first one, Bugsy (1991) revolved around the life of mobster Bugsy Siegel. Bugsy received ten Academy Awards nominations and won two of them namely Best Art Direction-Set Decoration and Best Costume Design. They also worked on Toys (1992) and Avalon (1990). Neuwirth co-produced Forrest Gump, directed by Robert Zemeckis in 1994. With Tom Hanks playing the titular role, it depicts the story of a slow-witted but kind protagonist who achieves glory with persistent efforts and never-say-die efforts. This feel-good movie won various awards including six Academy Awards including the Best Picture at the 1995 ceremony. Later in the 2000s, he became associated with Revolution Studios where he oversaw the physical production of the projects under the company. During his tenure at Revolution Studios, 47 films were released. This list includes XXX (2002), Anger Management (2003), Peter Pan (2003), Hellboy (2004), Rocky Balboa (2006), Freedomland (2006) and much more. In 2007, he parted ways the group and resumed his position of independent producer. Since then, he has been involved in flicks such as Perfect Stranger, Across the Universe, The Water Horse, Zookeeper, Hugo, Iron Man 3, Doctor Strange, and Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018). Among these films, Hugo, Iron Man 3, and Doctor Strange proved to be highly profitable projects. Hugo is a 2011 motion picture directed by Martin Scorcese which won five Oscars, especially in the technical categories. One of his blockbuster projects, Iron Man 3 released in the summer of 2013 broke many records at the Box-Office, marking his profitable maiden partnership with Marvel Comics. In 2016, he acted as an executive producer for Doctor Strange, a movie based on a Marvel character dealing with sorcery and alternate realities. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Dr. Stephen Strange who becomes the supreme sorcerer, the film got rave reviews for visual effects. Doctor Strange was in the fray for Best Visual Effects at the 2017 Academy Awards ceremony.


Charlotte Huggins

Charlotte Clay Huggins was born on 13th February 1938. She was born in Lazio in Rome which makes her an Italian by birth. She is a producer. She married Thomas Huggins on 9th April 1980, and they have two children. She is the club member of Board of Directors of The International 3D Society, The Producers Guild New Media Council and The Visual Effect Society. Charlotte was advertised in the Women Impact Report on the Daily Variety in 2008. She was also featured on the “Digital 50” in the Hollywood Reporter in 2008. The Digital 50 is a body of innovators and producers who differentiate themselves in the field of storytelling in new media. Charlotte Huggins has 25 years’ experience in the field of production. During the last 15 years, she specialized in animated and 3-D live action productions. Her production journey started in 1993. She was the producer of the film “Journey to Technopia” in 1993. In 1994 she was the Visual Effects Producer of the short film, ‘Honey, I’ Shrunk the Audience. In 1995 she was the Visual Effects Producer of Three movies namely ‘Wings of Courage’, ‘Virtuosity’, and ‘Ahead of Time’. In 1996 she was the executive producer and producer of the short documentary, Special Effects: “Anything Can Happen”. It was directed by Ben Burtt. It was released on 4th July. The runtime of the documentary was 40 minutes. In 1997 she produced another short documentary titled Thrill Ride: The Science of Fun. It was an adventure documentary. The runtime was 38 minutes, and it was directed by Ben Stassen. In 1999 Charlotte Huggins produced two short films, ‘Encounter in the Third Dimension’ and ‘Alien Adventure’. The former was directed by Ben Stassen and Sean Macleod Phillips, and the latter was directed by Ben Stassen. She produced the short film ‘Haunted Castle’ in 2001. It was directed by Ben Stassen, and it was released on February 23. In 2003 she produced another short documentary produced by Ben Stassen, “S.O.S. Planet”. It was released in November. Charlotte Huggins then produced two 3D short films “Misadventures 3D” in November 2003 and “Wild Safari 3D” in April 2005. Both these short films were directed by Ben Stassen. In 2008 Charlotte Huggins produced the 3D film “Fly Me to the Moon 3D”. It was directed by Ben Stassen, and it was released on August 29. It was an animated family adventure film. In 2008 she produced another popular animation science fantasy adventure film, “Journey to the Center of the Earth”. The film earned 240 million dollars. She then produced two documentaries ‘Flying over America’ and ‘Flight of the Dragon’ in 2009 and 2010 respectively. In 2012 she produced the sequel to “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island”. It was also a box office hit and earned 335 million dollars. In 2013 Charlotte produced the IMAX thriller concert film of the band Metallica, Metallica through the never. She is also the producer of upcoming movies “Journey 3 and 4” and “Blue Man Group: Mind Blasts”.

Charlotte Huggins English Actress