EXCLUSIVE: Prolific film and television writer, producer and director Akiva Goldsman and his Weed Road Picture have signed with TFC Management, the boutique lighting management company launched in 2020 by WME’s David Stone and UTA’s Ben Jacobson.
Oscar winner Goldsman has four series currently on the air, which he created/co-created and executive produces: Paramount+’s Star Trek: Strange New Worldswhose first season is currently running, and star trek picard, whose second season premiered earlier this year, Apple TV+’s the crowded roomthat production has begun, and HBO Max’s titans, which is shooting its fourth season. Goldsman will also executive produce the upcoming series. The amazing adventures of Kavalier and Clay.
“Great partners are a rare find, and I feel tremendously fortunate to have connected with David,” Goldsman said. “Working collaboratively, TFC is a force multiplier for us at Weed Road Pictures. We are delighted with the prospect of what we can achieve together.”
Goldsman’s feature writing credits include An amazing mindwhich earned him an Oscar, The Client, Batman Forever, A Time to Kill, Practical Magic, Cinderella Man, I Am Legend, The Da Vinci Code, Angels & Demons, Insurgent and I, Robot. Upcoming features include Brilliance, Major Matt Masonand the sequel to I’m legend.
On television, Goldsman also worked as a writer, director and producer on Stripe Y Underground. Under his Weed Road Pictures banner, Goldsman has produced Deep Blue Sea, Constantine, Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Hancock, Without Remorse, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things, Back to the Outback, Y Fire starter. Upcoming feature production includes The Billion Dollar Spy, Meet Cute, Y Shrews nest.
“Akiva is a singular talent; a truly brilliant creator and filmmaker, producer, talent magnet, world builder and showrunner,” said Stone. “This next chapter for both Akiva and Weed Road promises to be deeply satisfying and prolific. We are honored to be a part of this!”
Goldsman is also represented by CAA and Barry Littman and Steve Warren at Hansen Jacobson Teller.