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Dylan Sellers Exiting Weinstein Company as Production President

The executive, who also oversaw acquisitions, will transition back into producing

Dylan Sellers is exiting as the Weinstein Company’s president of production and acquisitions at The Weinstein Company,

Sellers will be leaving the company after a two-year run and return to producing films, the company said Tuesday.

It been a slow year at the box office for TWC so far. Neither “Begin Again” nor “The Giver” connected and “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” which it distributed but didn’t finance, bombed. That leaves TWC to bank on awards hopefuls like the Bill Murray comedy “St. Vincent,” the Keira-Knightley-Benedict Cumberbatch drama “Imitation Game” and Tim Burton‘s “Big Eyes.”

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Prior to joining TWC, Sellers produced such films including “Passenger 57,” “Footloose” and”Agent Cody Banks.” series. He was also a senior production executive at Warner Brothers’ Unique Feature.

Deadline Hollywood first reported the news.