Pamela Levine and Tony Sella have been named co-presidents of domestic theatrical marketing at 20th Century Fox, in light of the abrupt departure of Alan Cohen last week. They report to Fox vice chairman Robert Harper.
Sella was previously executive vice president of marketing and creative director, heading the studio's domestic creative marketing team. He has been at Fox since 1991.
Levine is currently senior vice president, marketing planning and research, overseeing and analyzing all market research conducted on the studio's domestic theatrical releases.
They will take charge of Fox's summer slate which includes Star Wars: Episode II - Attack Of The Clones, Steven Spielberg's Minority Report and Like Mike starring Lil' Bow Wow and Morris Chestnut.