Twentieth Century Fox Executive Vice President Michael London and producer Paul Schiff are forming a company to make two or three films a year under a three-year deal with the studio.
London is a former Times staff writer. He later was senior vice president for Simpson-
Bruckheimer Productions before moving to Fox, where he worked on films such as "Sleeping With the Enemy" and "Die Hard 2" for the studio. Schiff produced "My Cousin Vinny" and the upcoming "Tenderfoot," among other movies. He formerly was an executive at Morgan Creek Productions.
London and Schiff will be based on the Fox lot. Among the projects they are developing are "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir" and "Niagara." Their company has not yet been named.
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