Golden State Warriors Star Stephen Curry In Vehicle Accident, But Not Injured

MVP Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors crashed his Porsche today while driving in Oakland. Two-time National Basketball Assn. The star guard was unhurt, but his car sustained damage.
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Based on the Sony Pictures studio lot in Culver City, Curry’s production company Unanimous Media focused on film and TV projects regarding family, faith and sports themes. Sony Pictures Entertainment and Curry have a multi-year development and production deal covering film and TV. The deal extends to opportunities in partnerships, electronics, gaming, and virtual reality. The pact is Sony's biggest-ever media deal with an athlete.
Curry, who is currently out with a groin injury but leading the NBA in scoring, was on his way to the team practice when the crash happened on Highway 24 before 9 AM. Police blamed weather for the incident. California Highway Patrol said Curry's vehicle was hit twice, once by a car that spun out and then by a vehicle that rear-ended his Porsche, causing damage.

Sony Pictures Ups Michael Marshall To President Of Business Affairs Across All Labels

Since joining Columbia Pictures nearly a decade ago as Senior Vice President, Business Affairs for Columbia, Mike has negotiated some of our biggest development and production-related deals for feature projects including Venom, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood, and Men in Black, along with rights acquisitions and a broad spectrum of deals for writers, directors, producers, and actors including our studio-wide deal with Stephen Curry’s production company Unanimous Media. Mike’s excellent relationships with our talent and filmmakers continues to further our goal as a studio to be a choice home for top talent.
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In the email sent to staffers, Rothman lauded Marshall achievements since joining Columbia Pictures almost 10 years ago. This includes negotiating deals for features such as Venom, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Once Upon A Time…in Hollywood as well as talent deals like Stephen Curry’s Unanimous Media first-look pact.
Read the full memo below.
Sony Pictures Entertainment boss Tom Rothman announced today that Michael Marshall will move from President of Business Affairs for Columbia Pictures to overseeing the film slate across all Sony labels as President, Business Affairs, of the SPE Motion Picture Group.
Dear colleagues –
In this role, Mike will assume expanded oversight across our film labels, including business affairs for TriStar Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation. I’m very pleased to share that Mike Marshall, currently our President of Business Affairs for Columbia Pictures, is being promoted to President, Business Affairs, of the Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group.
Please join me in thanking Mike for his continued hard work and dedication to our business, and in congratulating him on this well-deserved role expansion.
Variety was first to report this news.