Kaufman, Anthony
June 2007
Daily Variety;6/22/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 58, pA18
Trade Publication
The article profiles screenwriter Christopher Landon. He was born in Los Angeles, California. At the age of 19, he wrote "Another Day in Paradise" and followed by "Blood and Chocolate." He was hired to write a television pilot about an invisible teenager and worked on another DreamWorks project, "The Lesson." He claimed that he was drawn to stories about outcasts and macabre materials.


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