Bryan Brucks To Head Luber Roklin Lit Division

Bryan Brucks is joining Luber Roklin Entertainment to head up their literary division. Brucks who ran his own company, will bring over his clients including Black List writers Carrie Evans and Emi Mochizuki, Emmy nominee Ben Schwartz, Fernley Phillps, Andy Burg, Adam Mason and Simon Boyes, Rachel Specter/Audrey Wauchope, and Paul Sloan. As a producer he has two films in post: the Joe Johnston-directed Not Safe For Work for Universal and Blumhouse, and Kill For Me at Sony and Stage Six. He’s also producing Boy Scouts vs Zombies at Paramount, which has Etan Cohen attached to direct.

“Bryan is a seasoned veteran in this town with valuable experience as an executive and a manager,” said Luber Roklin principal Matt Luber. “He has great taste in material, has great clients and understands how to put movies together. We are happy to have him.”

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