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Before they ruled the land, Hollywood’s power players were once up-and-comers — and The Hollywood Reporter‘s Next Gen list recognized many of them when they were talents on the rise.
As THR debuts its 2014 Next Gen list honoring 35 execs under 35, let’s take a look back at some of the recognizable names who’ve made the list in year’s past.
Read more Next Gen 2014: Hollywood’s New Class
The fist class, in 1994, boasted notables such as WME co-CEO Ari Emanuel, 20th Century Fox co-chairman Stacey Snider, Paramount vice chairman Rob Moore and CAA’s Kevin Huvane, Bryan Lourd and Richard Lovett. Also on that inaugural list were producers Michael De Luca, Nina Jacobson and Gavin Polone.
See more Next Gen Class of 2014
Showtime president David Nevins was inducted into the 1996 Next Gen class alongside soon-to-be TBS and TNT head Kevin Reilly, while 1998’s class included producers Scott Stuber and Sue Naegle. Other heavyweights who’ve been honored include Universal Pictures chairman Donna Langley (2002), Fox Networks Group chairman and CEO Peter Rice (’99), chairman of Universal Filmed Entertainment Group Jeff Shell (’98), producers Eric Tannenbaum (’95), Todd Lieberman (2001) and many other power players.
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