Legendary SVP Jillian Share Exits Company Following Regime Change

She had worked at the company since its inception, serving as an executive producer on “Crimson Peak”

Longtime Legendary executive Jillian Share is leaving the company following a regime change that saw Mary Parent replace Jon Jashni in the top post beneath CEO Thomas Tull, TheWrap has learned.

Share had worked at Legendary since its inception, most recently serving as the company’s senior VP of production after starting out as Jashni’s assistant. She joined¬†Legendary¬†in 2006 and was promoted to creative executive in 2008, director of development in 2010 and vice president in 2011 before being named SVP in May 2014.

Share recently served as an executive producer on Duncan Jones‘ “Warcraft,” for which she oversaw production on Legendary’s behalf. She also executive produced Guillermo del Toro‘s “Crimson Peak,” the upcoming Matt Damon movie “The Great Wall” and Nic Mathieu‘s “Spectral.”

Additionally, Share co-produced several Legendary titles, including del Toro’s “Pacific Rim,” Sergei Bodrov’s “Seventh Son” and Brian Helgeland‘s Jackie Robinson biopic “42.”

It’s unclear whether Share will remain actively involved in the “Pacific Rim” sequel that will be directed by Steven S. DeKnight. Regardless, Share is a well-respected executive who should have no problem finding a new job.