Producer Zanne Devine Inks Overall Deal With Disney Channels Worldwide

EXCLUSIVE: Zanne Devine, executive producer of the upcoming Disney+ movie Secret Society of Second Born Royals, which recently wrapped principal photography, and the Disney Channel Original movie Kim Possible, has signed an overall deal with Disney Channels Worldwide. Under the deal, Devine will develop and produce movies for Disney Channel and the upcoming Disney+ streaming service.

“Working with Zanne on Kim Possible and Secret Society of Second Born Royals was such a thoroughly enjoyable and rewarding experience for everyone involved that there was no question that we wanted to extend our relationship with her,” said Nancy Kanter, executive vice president, Content and Creative, Disney Channels Worldwide. “This deal will give us the opportunity to further mine her extraordinary production know-how, her deep relationships in the community and her love of great storytelling for the original movies we will be making for Disney Channel and Disney+. We couldn’t be more excited to have her as part of our movie-making family.”

In addition to her recent projects with Disney Channel and Disney+, Devine produced Needle In a Timestack, directed by Oscar winner John Ridley. In addition to producing the original Easy A, Devine is also attached to produce the newly announced spinoff with writer/director Bert Royal.

Devine’s other credits include the Oscar and Golden Globe-winning I, Tonya; the Halloween sequel, Southside With You and HBO’s multi-Emmy-nominated Cinema Verite.

Devine currently serves as president of Montana North Media, an independent development and production company consulting for various content creators, multimedia platforms and investor groups. Prior to leading her own company, Devine held leadership positions at Miramax, Kennedy/Marshall Company and Universal Pictures.

“I am thrilled to continue working with Nancy Kanter, Lauren Kisilevsky and the entire team to develop unique, new content for the network and Disney+,” said Devine. “It is such a dynamic time in the television industry, with no shortage of creative talent, and I look forward to collaborating with innovative and diverse storytellers to inspire today’s young audience.”

Devine was repped for the deal by attorney Robin Russell.

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