Red Giant Software announced that Stu Maschwitz passed the audition and is the new Creative Director for Magic Bullet products. There's more in Got Me a Side Job at Prolost.
The payoff for the rest of us is cool tools and tutorials -- in the first one, Creating a Summer Blockbuster Film Look, Stu shows you how to get the Summer blockbuster look of flesh tones and complementary blue-teals as seen in Transformers 2, Terminator: Salvation, and The Taking of Pelham 1-2-3.
Update: It's not bad being late to Stu's posts since the threads are a part of the action. One person asked about color grading a frame containing people of different ethnicities/skin tones. Stu referenced an old post on the subject Hue are you?, which points to PrepShootPost's Skin Color conclusion: "We all line up on the same line on a vectorscope, this line is called the 'Flesh Tone Line' or FTL and its on most vectorscopes." Presumably, if a happy medium can't be found, the shot might be send into roto/matte or CC secondary surgery.
Update 2: see also another AEP post, "Correct" skin tones, and Painting HD Cameras pt. 2 - Skin Tones from HD Cinema.
Update 3: Paul Del Vecchio posted a color correction tutorial on skin tones using Apple Color.