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Nicole Perlman

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Nicole Perlman received her Film and Dramatic Writing degree from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts in 2003. Since then she has gone on to win the Tribeca Film Festival's Sloan Grant for Science in Film for her screenplay "Challenger," which also placed on the 2006 Black List. The same year she was named one of Variety Magazine's Top Ten Writers to Watch, and was listed in The Playlist's Ten Screenwriters On the Rise in 2013. Nicole has written for Fox 2000, Universal Studios, National Geographic Films, Disney Studios, Cirque Du Soleil Films, 20th Century Fox, and Marvel Studios.

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The Superhero flick is generally something of a bro fest, both on screen and off.

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The Superhero flick is generally something of a bro fest, both on screen and off.

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The Superhero flick is generally something of a bro fest, both on screen and off.

Guardians of the Galaxy and the Celluloid Ceiling

The Superhero flick is generally something of a bro fest, both on screen and off.

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