Franklin Leonard

film executive

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Creator and keeper of the Black List, an annual insider compilation of the best scripts going around Hollywood, and Vice President of Creative Affairs at Overbrook Entertainment, Will Smith's production company; former executive at Universal Studios

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Franklin Leonard, Founder of The Black List

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'The King's Speech' Director; The 2010 Black List

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The Keeper of the Black List; Creator of 'The Big C'

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