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Watch: 50-Minute Producers Roundtable Featuring Mark Wahlberg, 'American Hustle' Exec Charles Roven & More

  • By Kevin Jagernauth
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  • November 21, 2013 1:49 PM
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Mark Wahlberg might be the most famous face at this table, but while those surrounding him may not be on billboards, they are some of the most powerful players in the biz. David Heyman ("Gravity"), Charles Roven ("American Hustle," "Man Of Steel"), Pam Williams ("Lee Daniels' The Butler," "The Amazing Spider-Man"), Michael De Luca ("Captain Phillips") and Dede Gardner ("12 Years A Slave," "World War Z" and longtime producing partner for Brad Pitt) are some of the movers and shakers behind the year's biggest films. And when THR gets them all in one place to talk, you know it's going to be fascinating stuff.

Producer Charles Roven Says Ben Affleck Provides Mature Juxtaposition For “Batman Vs. Superman’; Film Shoots Feb. 2014

  • By Edward Davis
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  • November 19, 2013 4:33 PM
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We know what Warner Bros.' tentatively titled “Batman Vs. Superman” is about. Tired, aged and embittered Batman faces off against, younger, more naïve Superman (we kinda guessed as much in the early days). Their moral codes are already at odds. Batman more akin to vigilante, Superman skewing closer to every day hero (though like we said, expect Batman to exploit the fact that Superman killed Zod). While not a direct adaptation of Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Rises” graphic novel, the friction between the two heroes—essentially the differences in said values—is the perfect jumping off point for “Batman Vs. Superman.”

'Man of Steel' Producer Charles Roven Talks Altering The Mythology, Oscar Chances Of 'American Hustle' & More

  • By Charlie Schmidlin
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  • June 11, 2013 2:25 PM
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Christopher Nolan’s name sits central to “The Dark Knight” trilogy, with three distinct entries, a towering worldwide box office take, and a new vision of how superhero films could be created. But alongside him and writer/producer David Goyer, producer Charles Roven was and continues to be a key collaborator to that duo’s creative process.

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