Knowledge Identifier: +Alex_Kurtzman
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1973.
Countries: United States (75%), (14%), Mexico (4%)
Linked to: Deadline.com, Wesleyan University, Forbes, Fox Broadcasting Company
They wrote the 2009 film "Star Trek" alongside J. J. Abrams, with whom they had co-created the FOX science-fiction series "Fringe"
Star Trek (film) - A few minutes into "Khan", the film appeared to melt and Nimoy appeared on stage with Orci, Kurtzman and Lindelof, asking the audience, "wouldn't you rather see the new movie-" Following the surprise screening in Texas, the first of many premieres across the world was held at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney on April 7, 2009
Spider-Man in film - On December 12, 2013, Sony issued a press release through the viral site, "Electro Arrives" announcing that two films were in development, with Alex Kurtzman, Roberto_Orci and Ed Solomon writing a spin-off focused on Venom and Drew Goddard writing one focused on the villain team Sinister Six with an eye to direct
Universal Monsters - New developments were made in July 2014, when Universal announced that they had tapped Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan to develop all classic movie monsters which include Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Invisible Man, Bride of Frankenstein, and The Mummy, with "The Mummy" as the first developed
Universal Monsters - On August 2015, Alex Kurtzman announces the new film series will be a mix of horror and other fictional genres
Star Trek Into Darkness - He is best known for executive producing the "Star Trek" franchise since 2017, co-writing the scripts to "Transformers", "Star Trek", "Star Trek Into Darkness", and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" with his writing and producing partner Roberto Orci, and directing and co-writing "The Mummy"
Frankenstein (1931 film) - In June of 2017, producer/director Alex Kurtzman revealed that "Frankenstein" is one of the films that will have an installment in the Dark Universe
Frankenstein (1931 film) - But on November 8, 2017, Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan moved on to other projects, leaving the future of the "Dark Universe" in doubt
Universal Monsters - On November 8, 2017, Alex Kurtzman and Chris Morgan moved on to other projects, leaving the future of the "Dark Universe" in doubt