John Lasseter, Ousted From Pixar in #MeToo Wave, Finds New Hollywood Home

John Lasseter, the Pixar co-founder who was forced to resign from the Walt Disney Company in June after complaints about unwanted touching in the workplace, has become one of the first men toppled in the #MeToo era to find a new Hollywood perch.

David Ellison, a "Mission: Impossible" producer and founder of Skydance Media, a production company affiliated with Paramount Pictures, said on Wednesday that Mr. Lasseter would become Skydance’s animation chief.

Mr. Lasseter, 61, will start this month at the company, which Mr. Ellison started in 2010 with money inherited from his father, the Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison.

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