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(written from a Production point of view)
K/O Paper Products is a television and movie production company founded by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci around 2009. The company co-produced the 2013 sequel Star Trek Into Darkness and will according to their Wikipedia article also produce the 2016 sequel Star Trek Beyond. The company is located in Beverly Hills, California and has been operating worldwide.
Beside producing television projects such as Fringe, Hawaii Five-0 (2010-2015), Transformers Prime (2010-2013, with the voices of Jeffrey Combs, Frank Welker, Tania Gunadi, and Kevin Michael Richardson), Sleepy Hollow (2013-2015, with recurring guest stars John Cho and Clancy Brown), Scorpion (2014), and Matador (2014), the company also worked on the science fiction western Cowboys & Aliens (2011, production design by Scott Chambliss and set decoration by Karen Manthey), the drama People Like Us (2012, starring Chris Pine), the crime thriller Now You See Me (2013, music by Brian Tyler), the science fiction film Ender's Game (2013), the television drama Identity (2014), and the superhero sequel The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014, co-produced by Stan Lee and cinematography by Daniel Mindel).
More recently, the company is working on a reboot of The Mummy set for a 2016 release and directed by Kurtzman. Other future projects include two The Amazing Spider-Man sequels, a Van Helsing reboot, and the comic adaptation Locke & Key.
- Alex Kurtzman - Founder
- Roberto Orci - Founder
- Bobby Cohen - President Features
- Heather Kadin - President TV
- Jay Williams - President Global Marketing and Brand
- Kim Cavyan - Creative Executive
- Ben Kim - Creative Executive
- Tim Jones - General Manager
- Aaron Baiers - Manager TV
- Kim Rosen - Film Executive