STXfilms, a division of Bob Simmonds’ Eros STX, has promoted Keri Moore to president of marketing.
Moore previously served as executive vice president in the department, taking the full post after colleague Alissa Grayson’s departure to Warner Bros. Pictures.
“Keri has been with STX since the beginning and is incredibly deserving of this expanded role,” said Adam Fogelson, chairman of the STXfilms motion picture group. “She’s smart, creative, strategic, and exceptionally hard working and she is enormously well-respected by filmmakers and peers. I’m thrilled that we’re able to recognize her many contributions to our overall success with this well deserved promotion.”
Moore has overseen creative advertising and brand development for STXfilms since the studio’s launch, working on titles like “Hustlers,” “The Upside,” “The Gentlemen,” the “Bad Moms” and most recently the hit “Greenland” and awards season player “The Mauritanian.”
“I feel extraordinarily fortunate to be surrounded by such a talented, creative, passionate marketing group,” said Moore, “and I look forward to collaborating further with the team in this new role. Adam’s trust and support, both throughout my career and in particular these past six years at STX have been invaluable as we have worked to forge lasting partnerships with some of the best filmmakers in the business while developing engaging and authentic marketing materials that communicate their visions to a global audience. In just a few short years, STX has established itself as a force in the industry and I could not be more honored to help share its upcoming slate with audiences everywhere.”
Prior to STX, Moore held senior creative positions at studios including Warner Bros. and Universal Pictures, and at Open Road and Aspect Ratio. She’s worked on campaigns for titles like “Sherlock Holmes,” “Seabiscuit,” “Mamma Mia” and the Jason Bourne franchise.
The upcoming STXfilms slate includes: “Queenpins” starring Kristen Bell, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Vince Vaughn, and Paul Walter Hauser; a new action-comedy from Guy Ritchie with Jason Statham, Hugh Grant, Aubrey Plaza and Josh Hartnett; “The Marsh King’s Daughter,” with Daisy Ridley; “American Sole” with Pete Davidson, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Camila Mendes, Offset, and Bad Bunny; “The Godmother” led by Jennifer Lopez; “Muscle,” from Vin Diesel and director F. Gary Gray; and “Violence of Action” starring Chris Pine.