Originally posted on Variety:
MGM has come on board the Producers Guild of America’s film credits certification process — giving the guild another victory in its longstanding campaign to curb excessive credits.
The announcement comes three months after Disney, Paramount and Warner Bros. signed on to the voluntary PGA process and a year and a half after the Weinstein Co. agreed to use of the Producers Mark — a lower-case “p.g.a.” after a certified producer’s name — on its Prohibition-era drama “Lawless” when it screened at Cannes.
Fox, Sony and Universal signed off on agreements a year ago, with the condition that they could drop out of the program if a fourth studio did not come on board within two years.
There are more than 60 films with the mark, including “Furious 6,” “The Reluctant Fundamentalist,” “Silver Linings Playbook,” “The Lone Ranger,” “Rise of Guardians,” “The Croods,” “The Purge,” “Monsters University,” “White House Down”…
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