Film producer Allison Shearmur, whose credits include “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” and the upcoming “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” along with the “Hunger Games” film franchise, died on Friday, according to multiple reports. She was 54. The cause of death was not made public.
Shearmur was also an executive producer on 2017’s “Power Rangers.”
Beginning her career at Columbia/TriStar, Shearmur held executive positions at Disney, Universal, Paramount and most recently Lionsgate, where beginning in 2008 she served as president of motion picture production, overseeing the “Hunger Games.” She struck out on her own as a producer in 2011.
A 1985 graduate of University of Pennsylvania, Shearmur attended law school at USC and was a member of the California bar association.