Movie producer Peter Loehr will step down as the chief executive of Legendary Entertainment’s Chinese subsidiary, the company said Thursday.
Loehr, who has run Beijing-based Legendary East for about five years, will leave the production company June 1. No reason was given for the exit, and no replacement has yet been named.
His departure marks the latest executive shake-up for Chinese-owned Legendary Entertainment, and comes just four months after founder Thomas Tull resigned as chairman and chief executive.
Legendary East, owned by Chinese property and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group, recently produced “The Great Wall,”