Birthday: 1970

Thomas Tull is a renowned film producer, writer, and entrepreneur. He was born and raised up in Endwell, New York, USA. Tull used to play baseball and football during his youth. He completed his studies at Hamilton College in the year 1992. Post college, he dropped his plans of becoming a lawyer and entered the business field, as he started a chain of laundromats. He then started to finance, buy and sell many tax and accounting offices. Later, he headed the Convex Group and subsequently became the Chief of Operations of Tax Service in the USA. His firm later ventured into the entertainment industry and in 2003, he quit Convex and raised equity of $600-million to fund movies under the banner of Legendary Pictures. The company merged with Warner Bros. in the year 2005 to finance and produce quality films. Tull became a major stockholder of the Legendary Pictures in 2009. In 2013, this was followed by a similar deal with the Universal Pictures. He also assisted in producing the action thriller mystery film, Blackhat, in 2015. Tull is a confessed comics’ fanboy, and many of the films that Legendary Pictures produced were his favorites. Zack Snyder’s Watchmen had been under development for many years when Tull settled everything and acquired the rights. He co-founded the American video game publisher, Brash Entertainment, in 2007. He is one of San Diego Zoo, Carnegie Mellon University, and AFI’s (American Film Institute) Board of Trustees.

Tull is also a co-owner of the football team, Pittsburgh Steelers. He is a billionaire and has donated a total of $1-million to the independent expenditure political action committee called Priorities USA Action, who has supported Hillary Clinton’s presidential candidate in the 2016 election cycle. Tull has been the executive producer of films like Superman Returns (2006), The Any Bully (2006), 300 (2007), 10,000 B.C. (2008), The Dark Night (2008), The Hangover (2009), Ninja Assassin (2009), Clash of the Titans (2010), The Hangover Part II (2011), Wrath of the Titans (2012), The Dark Night Rises (2012), The Hangover Part III (2013), Man of Steel (2013), Interstellar (2014), Jurassic World (2015), and many more. He produced films like It Might Get Loud (2008), Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope (2011), 42 (2013), Pacific Rim (2013), 300: Rise of an Empire (2014), Seventh Son (2015), Crimson Peak (2015), Warcraft (2016), Spectral (2016), and The Great Wall (2016). He is currently working in the production of the upcoming monster film, Kong: Skull Island, which is set to release in the year 2017 and the sequels of Godzilla and Jurassic World to be release in 2018.

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