The move is one Beaubaire, whose credits include last year’s “All the Money in the World,” has been eyeing for a years, according to a source familiar with the situation.
Beaubaire has all ready begun working toward the transition, which will see him serve as a producer on the studio’s “Men in Black” spinoff starring Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Liam Neeson. That film is expected in theaters next June.
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Beaubaire was executive vice president of production at Paramount Pictures before joining Sony, and he was at Dreamworks before that.
Outside of Beaubaire’s transition to a new role, Sony has, in the last week,