Mark Cullen (writer)

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Mark Cullen
Born Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Nationality American
Occupation Writer, producer

Mark Cullen is an American film and television writer and producer. He usually works with his brother Robb.

Cullen, along with his brother Robb, has created multiple primetime TV series – Hitz for UPN, Lucky for FX, Gary The Rat for SpikeTV, and Heist for NBC. The Cullen brothers co-created and executive produced Back in the Game on ABC, as well as Mr. Robinson for NBC. They have also written and produced multiple pilots for Fox, NBC, ABC, HBO and Showtime.

The Cullen brothers wrote the screenplay for the 2010 Kevin Smith film Cop Out starring Bruce Willis, Tracy Morgan, Seann William Scott, Adam Brody and Kevin Pollak.[1][2] In 2010, it was reported that the Cullen brothers had written a screenplay for the remake of the movie Uptown Saturday Night for Will Smith and his Overbrook Entertainment.[3][4]



  1. ^ Ali Jaafar (May 16, 2015). "Bruce Willis Re-Teams With 'Cop Out's Mark And Robb Cullen For Private Investigator Comedy- Cannes". Retrieved May 29, 2015. 
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  3. ^ Christopher Campbell (January 5, 2010). "Will Smith and Denzel Washington Remaking 'Uptown Saturday Night'?". Moviefone. Retrieved May 29, 2015. Pajiba further reports that Warner Bros. and Smith's Overlook Overbrook Entertainment are currently looking for writers to pen a new draft of the film, working from a previous script by Robb and Mark Cullen (of the upcoming Kevin Smith buddy comedy Cop Out). 
  4. ^ Tambay A. Obenson (November 26, 2013). "Another (White) Writer Hired To Pen 'Uptown Saturday Night' Remake Script (The Scribe Carousel Still Spins)". Indiewire blogs. Retrieved May 29, 2015. It seemed like it would be a go about 2 years ago, when Warner Bros and Smith's Overbrook Entertainment brought on comedy writer Tim Dowling to rewrite the Uptown Saturday Night script (at the time, the most recent draft was penned by Cop Out's Mark and Robb Cullen). 

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