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Akiva Goldsman

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Veteran screenwriter who won an Academy Award in 2001 for the adaptation of A Beautiful Mind; producer of films like Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the upcoming Hancock and, his new film, I Am Legend, which comes out in December, 2007

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