EXCLUSIVE: Following another successful year, Loki and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness scribe Michael Waldron is launching a new feature film and TV production company, Anomaly Pictures, with his producing partner Adam Fasullo.
The duo says their new banner believes that popcorn entertainment can also be prestige entertainment, and at the heart of every project lies the question: What if this was good?
The launch comes on the heels of Waldron renewing his overall deal with Disney and Marvel Studios, where he has seen hits as creator, writer and executive producer of Loki (with Season 2 premiering this year) and as writer of the Doctor Strange sequel, which became Marvel’s top-grossing film of 2022. He also recently was tapped to pen Marvel’s Avengers: Secret Wars.
As for how the company came together, Waldron and Fasullo first met and became fast friends developing and setting up the acclaimed series Heels at Starz. That show’s second season is set to premiere this year, and the duo will look to develop more projects in years to come.
Fasullo hails from Mike Flanagan and Trevor Macy’s Intrepid Pictures, where he served as VP Development and Production throughout the company’s deal with Netflix. During his tenure he oversaw the hit series Midnight Mass, The Haunting of Bly Manor and The Midnight Club. Before Intrepid, Fasullo spent six years at Paramount where he aided in the studio’s relaunch of Paramount Television. There he oversaw development and production of Intrepid’s hit The Haunting of Hill House for Netflix, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan for Amazon, the Emmy-nominated Station Eleven for HBO Max, and the upcoming The Venery of Samantha Bird for Starz.
Waldron is repped by CAA and Grandview.
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