Elizabeth Cantillon is executive vice president, production at Columbia Pictures, a role she has held since 2005.
During her tenure at Columbia Pictures, she has overseen the production of such Academy Award-winning films as director David Fincher’s “The Social Network” and “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”; the last three installments of the James Bond franchise, “Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace” and “Skyfall”; and the recent films “Captain Phillips,” directed by Paul Greengrass, and “The Monuments Men,” directed by George Clooney.
Prior to joining Columbia Pictures, Ms. Cantillon served as executive vice president at MGM Studios, where she was responsible for “Be Cool,” F. Gary Gray’s sequel to “Get Shorty,” and director Carl Franklin’s “Out of Time,” starring Denzel Washington, among others.
Ms. Cantillon produced “The Banger Sisters” for Fox Searchlight, “Galaxy Quest” for DreamWorks and co-produced “Sunset Park” for TriStar Pictures and “How I Got Into College” for 20th Century Fox.
Ms. Cantillon received her bachelor of fine arts degree in film theory and criticism from the University of California, Berkeley. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Steve Wyler. Her daughter, Grace Wyler, is a journalist in New York and her son, Hank Wyler, also works in the film industry.