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THE ITALIAN JOB

DONALD DE LINE (Producer) With an instinct for big movies with big movie stars and broad appeal, Donald De Line has segued from being one of Hollywood's fastest rising studio executives to one of it's most dynamic and respected independent producers. His De Line Pictures has had a first look agreement with Paramount Pictures to develop and produce motion pictures since 1998 and is based on the studio's lot.

Previously, in eight years at Touchstone Pictures-a tenure during which he was named it's president at age 35 - - the films he oversaw, racked up more than $2.5 billion in worldwide box office receipts as well as the acclaim of 24 Academy nominations.

Under De Line's leadership Touchstone produced such box office hits as "Pretty Woman," "Sister Act," "Phenomenon," "Ransom," "ConAir," "The Horse Whisperer," "Armageddon," "The Waterboy" and Wes Anderson's first studio feature "Rushmore".

During that period, De Line worked with esteemed directors Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann, Jonathan Demme, Ron Howard, Frank Oz, Robert Redford. Michael Bay and Garry Marshall, and marquee actors such as Julia Roberts, Whoopi Goldberg, John Travolta, Mel Gibson, Adam SandIer, Nicolas Cage, Richard Gere, Steve Martin, Bill Murray, Bruce Willis, Al Pacino, Russell Crowe and Robert Redford.

"The Italian Job" is his second produced feature under his De Line Pictures banner at Paramount, the first being "Domestic Disturbance" which starred John Travolta, Vince Vaughn and was directed by Harold Becker.

At present, his company De Line Pictures, is co-producing "The Stepford Wives" with Academy Award winner Nicole Kidman and Scott Rudin, which begins filming in June of this year.

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