Mary Parent is an American film producer. She started out as a former studio executive and then as an executive producer of the 1996 crime action film, Set It Off. She donned the same job in a few more films, including Trial and Error (1997), Pleasantville (1998), The Kingdom (2007), and Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (2008). In 2006, she co-produced Anthony Russo’s romantic comedy film, You, Me and Durpree, Mary was also the producer of David Wain’s comedy film, Role Models in 2008.

In 2013, she has produced the sci-fi monster film, Pacific Rim and its sequel, Pacific Rim: Uprising, which is slated to release in February 2018. Mary also worked on several hit films like Godzilla (2014), The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water (2015), Kong: Skull Island (2017), and many more. She has been the co-founder of the Disruption Entertainment, a major film and TV production company that had its first-look deal with California’s Paramount Pictures. Mary is a former Chairperson of the media company, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s Worldwide Motion Picture Group.

She also worked for Universal Studio as the President of Production, and was responsible for the success of several films like Serenity (2005), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), Meet the Fockers (2004), and many more. In 2004, she was named Vice Chairman of Universal Pictures’ Worldwide Productions, together with Scott Stuber. She took the 28th place on The Wall Street Journal’s list of 50 Women to Watch 2008. Mary is currently working on the production of Michael Carney’s Same Kind Different of Me, which will be released this year. She is also working on the upcoming films Anubis (2018), Godzilla: King of Monsters (2019), Godzilla vs. Kong (2020), and Beyblade (TBA).

Ronald Gilbert English Actor

Ronald Gilbert

With a vocation crossing from the 1960s to present, veteran maker, Ron Gilbert has delivered more than 80 ventures for film and TV. His library of work has aggregately prevailed upon 50 grants including two Oscars, 27 Emmys, two Golden Globes, seven BATFA grants, and a Cannes' Golden Palm and had more than 125 designations. He began as a collaborate with David Susskind in Talent Associates in New York, which delivered movies, TV and Broadway. Ron was depicted in the anecdotal book ""David Susskind: A Life Televised"" by Stephen Battaglio as ""the person who watched Susskind's back on monetary issues."" Ron later joined Leonard Hill Films in delivering numerous TV tasks and inevitably shaped Ron Gilbert Associates which he fills in as CEO today. He is capable and impacted individual. He comprehends that he needs to put in unprecedented shows a day in and a day out, and that is how he has some expertise in this field. Managing the impact, he has helped different individuals in this industry according to their international zones. He is an individual with a noteworthy yearning to search for after his imperativeness. He wishes to achieve something progressively undeniable in life that will enable him to meet new people, go tovisit new places, satisfy his prolonged imaginative needs, and inspire him to be better at it. Fervor and fun are constantly on a proportion in case one is genuinely made plans to progress toward becoming showbiz sovereignty in the showbiz. In like way, it is excellent not to get unnecessarily worried in work as it will affect the presentation on set. A peaceful and surrounded entertainer appeared to energize during the majority of his introductions. Ronald Gilbert is a prepared official maker situated in Montreal, Canada. He's worked in different Canadian territories and European nations.


Arash Amel

Arash Amel known for screenwriting and film producing was born in 1976. He was born and raised in Aberystwyth, Wales. But later, Arash moved to the United States and is now a resident of Los Angeles, California. Some of his notable works are "Erased," in which he contributed as a writer The screenwriter is best known for "Grace of Monaco" in which he contributed as a writer as well as a producer. Arash wrote the story of "The Titan," "A Private War," and so on. One of his most controversial works includes, "Grace of Monaco," which has been written and produced by him. The film is the life story of a princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly. The motion picture is directed by the veteran film director, Olivier Dahan, and the characters were played by Nicole Kidman, Tim Roth, and Frank Langella. The script of "Grace of Monaco" received great appreciation and was nominated as a Black List. It became the most popular script written in the year 2011. Despite getting a positive response from the audiences and the critics, the movie was highly criticized at the Cannes Film Festival 2014. The screenwriter has worked for "Erased" which got mostly bad reviews. But, a few failures didn’t stop him from achieving immense fame and recognition. Arash also wrote the sequel of "I am Legend," which was directed by Warner Bros. Amel has also worked for a science-fiction screenplay, "Soldiers of the Sun," a new action franchise. Vin Diesel acted in the film. "Soldiers of the Sun" was produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Samantha Vincent. On April 13, 2013, he also worked for the biopic of Marie Colvin, who was a slain war journalist. Basil Iwanyk and Charlize Theron produced the biopic. The movie's inspiration was the article "Marie Colvin’s private war." Amel also worked on the script of a Romantic movie, which is based on Chris Greenhalgh's novel, "Seducing Ingrid Bergman." The novel was originally published in 2012 in England and published in the US in 2014. His contribution to the Industry also rewarded him; his name got enlisted in one of the Screen International’s British Stars of Tomorrow in 2013, he also got nominated for an Emmy for Grace of Monaco in 2015. His contribution to the Industry is commendable. Apart from working in various successful films, Amel has also produced an American graphic novel, called, "BOOM! Studios." Thus, the talented, Persian screenwriter and producer has made a name for himself in the Hollywood world.

Arash Amel English Actor