Joby Harold

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Joby Harold
Born Joby Harold
London, England, UK
Occupation film director, screenwriter

Joby Harold is an English film director and screenwriter currently living in Los Angeles.[1] He wrote and directed Awake for the Weinstein Company starring Hayden Christensen, Jessica Alba, Terrence Howard and Lena Olin. The film was produced for under $8.6M and grossed $32M worldwide in theatrical and $23.45M on DVD.[2]

Harold adapted Zack Snyder's original treatment Army of the Dead for Universal Studios and Warner Brothers,[3] Frank Miller's Ronin for Warner Brothers, and Simon Bloom, the Gravity Keeper for Universal Studios.[4] He is writing and producing a script based on an original idea of his own that Andrew Adamson is attached to direct called Fountain City,[5] executive producing Mommy and Me (based on a story by Harold) for Sony with Meryl Streep and Tina Fey attached to star [6] and writing and executive producing Edge of Tomorrow with Doug Liman directing and Tom Cruise starring at Warner Bros..[7]



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