In just over two years, Scott Stuber, Netflix's vice president of film, has overseen the biggest steps the streaming company has taken to become a major player in the movie business.
From the success of "Roma" last year at the Oscars to its nominees this year — including "The Irishman," "The Two Popes," and "Marriage Story" — the company could have a big Academy Awards.
That's thanks to Stuber's deep ties in the industry, which have helped bring in big stars and curb the anxieties of movie-theater owners.
Business Insider spoke with Netflix insiders, analysts, and producers to profile one of the streamer's most important executives.
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This post was originally published on January 7, and has been updated to reflect Netflix's Oscar nominations.
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