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Lee Stobby

producer; Literary Manager
A graduate of the University of Michigan, Lee Stobby focuses on championing strong independent voices and quality cinema and television. He is a literary manager, producer and principal of Lee Stobby Entertainment. Before starting his own shingle in 2014, Stobby worked at Misher Films, Double Feature Films, Industry Entertainment, Innovative Artists, and Caliber Media, where he began representing literary clients in 2012. Stobby is an executive producer on SISTER AIMEE, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, WILDLING starring Bel Powley, Liv Tyler and Brad Dourif and premiered at SXSW, and has other producing projects set up with Matt Reeves' 6th and Idaho, Ben Stiller's Red Hour, and David Gordon Green's Rough House.
Stobby is a staple of the yearly Black List of Hollywood's top unproduced scripts, having 6 client scripts on the 2017 list. Some of his client highlights include: Shay Hatten, who was a writer on JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3, had his pilot (FUTURE) CULT CLASSIC filmed for SyFy Channel with Lorne Michaels producing, sold his female action script BALLERINA to Lionsgate that they are turning into a JOHN WICK spinoff, is writing the upcoming feature ARMY OF THE DEAD for Netflix and director Zack Snyder with Dave Bautista starring; Rodney Ascher (ROOM 237, THE NIGHTMARE), who is directing the upcoming GLITCH IN THE MATRIX; Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy (THE TRIBE), who is directing THE TIGER for Focus with Darren Aronofsky and Plan B producing; Thomas Brandon, whose pilots TRANSIENCE and LADY IN THE MASK sold to CW, wrote TAPPED for Freeform and also has TV projects with James Wan and Amazon; Kate Trefry, who made the Black List in 2013 (PURE O) and 2016 (REVOLVER) and is a writer on STRANGER THINGS; and Isaac Adamson (#1 Black List script BUBBLES), who also has an adaptation of the novel THE ICE TWINS at Alcon, '51 DONS at Walden Media, an adaptation of his own novel TOKYO SUCKERPUNCH at Lionsgate with Greg Silverman producing, sold a pitch, HELIOS, to Fox 2000, and wrote CHIPPENDALES for David Permut, Bold Films and Red Hour with Dev Patel and Ben Stiller attached to star.