Neal H. Moritz is an American film producer and founder of Original Film. He has produced over 70 major motion pictures which have grossed a total of over $11 billion worldwide as of 2021. He is best known for the Fast & Furious franchise, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Jump Street films, as well as the television series Prison Break and Emmy-nominated The Boys. His early credits include teen classics I Know What You Did Last Summer and Cruel Intentions. Original Film currently has a first look deal with Paramount Pictures for features and an overall deal with Sony TV for television.