Doug Wick

Academy Award-winning producer

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Academy Award-winning movie producer (Gladiator, 2000) co-head, with wife Lucy Fisher, of Red Wagon Entertainment

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The producers of  Divergent , Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher talk with Kim Masters about launching their first franchise based on a  young adult novel .

'Divergent' Producers

The producers of Divergent , Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher talk with Kim Masters about launching their first franchise based on a young adult novel .

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