Albert Cheng, who took over as the interim head of the studio last week, will continue to serve in that role now that Price is officially out.
The move came almost two years after Hackett filed a complaint against Price in 2015, which was investigated and handled privately by Amazon, according to The Information. Amazon sent invitees a statement notifying them of the cancellation but offered no explanation, according to the report. Hackett reportedly stayed quiet about it because Price was her boss, but due to Harvey Weinstein being outed, she finally made a decision to come forward about the sexual harassment that was allegedly committed by Price.
Price did not immediately return a request for comment.
In tweets directed at Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos, she criticized the company for doing business with the Weinstein Co. Over & over I said it.
Roy Price resigned from Amazon Studios on Tuesday amid sexual harassment claims. He said it hadn't been proven.
Hackett spoke out about the incident in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, explaining that her position with the company automatically put her in a place of power and it was her responsibility to be vocal about the incident.