Jason Blum

Producer, CEO of Blumhouse Productions

Guest

Head of Blumhouse Productions and producer of Paranormal Activity and Paranormal Activity 2

Jason Blum on KCRW

Hollywood is still feeling the aftershocks of WarnerMedia’s announcement that it would stream all its 2021 movies on HBO Max the same day they open in theaters.

‘I would have called my lawyer’: Jason Blum on Hollywood’s WarnerMedia upheaval

Hollywood is still feeling the aftershocks of WarnerMedia’s announcement that it would stream all its 2021 movies on HBO Max the same day they open in theaters.

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The Business contributor John Horn interviews producer Jason Blum about his unique approach to making low budget horror films that hit big with audiences.

Horror Producer Jason Blum

The Business contributor John Horn interviews producer Jason Blum about his unique approach to making low budget horror films that hit big with audiences.

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