Imprint Entertainment

Imprint Entertainment
Production company
Industry Entertainment
Founded Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA (1992/2001)
Founder(s) Michael Becker
Headquarters Burbank, California, United States
Key people

Michael Becker, President and CEO

Cain McKnight, Managing Director
Products Motion pictures, television programs
Website [1]

Imprint Entertainment, which is based on the Universal Studios Lot in Burbank, California, was founded in 2008. In 2011, Michael Becker was named President and CEO of the company. Imprint Entertainment is a full service film / television production and management company.

History

Imprint Entertainment is a full service film/television production company. Imprint Entertainment has over two dozen projects currently in development, pre-production and production. The Company’s credits include “Twilight”, “Twilight Saga: New Moon”, and “Twilight Saga: Eclipse”, based on the best-selling novels of the same names for Summit Entertainment.Imprint also has company credit on “The Stepfather” for Sony Screen Gems and produced “Soulja Boy: The Movie” for Image Entertainment.  The company produced the independent film “Slightly Single in LA”starring Haylie Duff, Lacey Chabert, Jenna Dewan Tatum, Simon Rex; and the web series “Ask The Easy Chick”.Imprint Entertainment is in post-production on the films “Kid Cannabis” starring Ron Perlman, John C. McGinley, Jonathan Dainiel Brown, Kenny Wormold with writer/director John Stockwell; “Monica” starring James Remar, Briana Evigan, Mariel Hemingway, Ali Cobrin; “My Man Is A Loser” starring John Stamos and Michael Rapaport with writer/director Mike Young.Imprint’s latest release is the stylized thriller “Pawn” starring Forrest Whitaker, Michael Chiklis, Ray Liotta, Stephen Lang, Nikki Reed, Jessica Szohr and Common.Imprint is in development on the films “Foxy; My Life In Three Acts” based on the autobiography of Pam Grier; as well as the films, “Hood Ratz”, with Jamie Foxx and “Camp Morningwood”, with director John Stockwell.

Productions

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