Dan Levine (XII)
DAN LEVINE (producer) is President of Shawn Levy's production company, 21 Laps Entertainment, based at Fox. Levine recently produced director Denis Villeneuve's "Arrival" starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner which was just released and upcoming director John Hamburg's "Why Him?" starring James Franco and Bryan Cranston, out this upcoming December. Prior to that, he produced the Disney hit "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" starring Steve Carell and Jennifer Garner. Prior to that, he was an executive producer on Shawn Levy's "The Internship" starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson as well as "Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb." He joined Levy's company in 2010 after serving as Paramount Pictures Executive Vice President of Production, working on such projects as Matt Reeves' monster blockbuster "Cloverfield", Matthew Vaughn's "Stardust", global hit "G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra," the relaunching of the horror franchise "Friday the 13th", and the Mark Wahlberg actioner "Shooter". Levine has alternated between producer and studio executive during his career. He was Senior VP of Production at Dimension for two years, overseeing features such as "The Amityville Horror." He previously served as Senior VP of Production at Jersey Films. There, he executive produced the Ben Stiller-Jennifer Aniston comedy hit, "Along Came Polly," and Richard LaGravenese's "Freedom Writers," co-produced Todd Graff's "Camp" and served as production exec on the 2001 indie hit "Super Troopers." Prior to that, Levine was a Vice President at New Regency, where he worked on Curtis Hanson's Oscar (R)-winning "L.A. Confidential," David Fincher's "Fight Club," Joel Schumacher's courtroom thriller, "A Time to Kill," and "City of Angels."