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Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Knowledge Identifier: +Scott_Mitchell_Rosenberg


Scott Mitchell Rosenberg

Film, television producer, comic book publisher, and the chairman of Platinum Studios, an entertainment company that controls a large independent library of comic book characters and adapts them for film, television and other media add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1963.

Countries: United States (63%), United Kingdom (13%), Canada (13%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Marvel Comics, Harrison Ford, Olivia Wilde

Linked to: Marvel Comics, The Walt Disney Company, University of Denver




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Scott Mitchell Rosenberg was born in 1963 add something


This led to Rosenberg's 1986 financing of Malibu Comics, as well as the small publishers Malibu Comics later created, acquired, and distributed, including Eternity Comics and Adventure Comics add something


Rosenberg's experience with Sunrise, however, was not as fortuitous, as the distributor began to suffer cash flow issues in 1987, and abruptly folded in 1988 during the infamous "black-and-white implosion add something


Malibu survived and Rosenberg brokered a deal in 1992, in which seven top-selling artists defected from Marvel Comics to form Image Comics add something


Married since 1992, Rosenberg lives in California with his wife and two daughters Karlee and Kendall Rosenberg add something


By the beginning of 1993, however, Image's financial situation was secure enough to publish its titles independently, and it left Malibu add something


Malibu was sold to Marvel Comics in 1994 add something


Rosenberg established Platinum Studios in 1997 add something


Rob Liefeld - This new enterprise, announced in April 1997 as a partnership between Liefeld and Malibu Comics founding partner Scott Mitchell Rosenberg, concentrated its efforts on newer properties


Daniel Craig - Craig co-starred with Harrison Ford and Olivia Wilde in "Cowboys & Aliens", an American science fiction Western film, based on Scott Mitchell Rosenberg's 2006 graphic novel of the same name


Adam Beach - The film is based on the 2006 graphic novel of the same name created by Scott Mitchell Rosenberg


In 2012, Platinum Studios was de-listed by the SEC and placed on it's "pink sheets" list add something


When last reported in early 2013, Platinum Studios itself seemed to consist only of Rosenberg, running what was left of the company out of his apartment add something


In January 2013, in a public struggle between Rosenberg and Platinum president Chris Beall, Rosenberg was accused of transferring company intellectual property from Platinum into a series of shell companies add something


In 2014, 27 million shares of Platinum were acquired by KCG Holdings add something


In 2017, Rosenberg began guest lecturing at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School, California State University, Northridge David Nazarian College of Business and Economics, Cal Tech, and the University of La Verne to MBA students discussing his successful Men In Black and Cowboys & Aliens properties as well as his comic book and television shows add something


In addition, Mr. Rosenberg was a panelist at the University of Southern California Innovation Conference in 2018 add something