Edward Zwick

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  • Birth Place: Chicago, IL
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 10/08/1952, Libra
  • Profession: Director; producer; screenwriter; journalist
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VIDEO: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities

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In Dreams Begin Responsibilities
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Length: 47:16
Aired: 1/26/1995

Brian writes a letter to help Jordan win Angela back. watch

VIDEO: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities

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In Dreams Begin Responsibilities
Paid | iTunes
Length: 20:38:09
Aired: 1/26/1995

Jordan Catalano asks Brian for help on what to say to win back Angela's affections; Sharon and Rayanne reach a turning point in their relationship; and Rickie learns that the new girl, Delia Fisher, has a crush on him. watch

VIDEO: In Dreams Begin Responsibilities

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In Dreams Begin Responsibilities
Free | Xfinity
Length: 47:16
Aired: 1/26/1995

Brian writes a letter to help Jordan win Angela back. watch

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Love & Other Drugs: Oh My God
Courage Under Fire
Love & Other Drugs (Uk)
Love & Other Drugs: Hey Lisa

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Credits

Year Title Description
2010 Love And Other Drugs Movie, Producer
2010 Love And Other Drugs Movie, Writer
2010 Love And Other Drugs Movie, Director
2008 Quarterlife TV Show Series, Creator
2008 Defiance Movie, Director

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Could quarterlife - and the Strike - Herald TV's Online Revolution?

Get ready for the future of TV, because it's here. On Nov. 11, a new drama series, quarterlife, premieres on MySpace. Why should you care? Because for one thing, it's the brainchild of Emmy-winning writers-producers Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick (thirtysomething, My So-Called Life, Once and Again). And it's being touted as the first "network-quality" series created specifically for the Web. Whether or not the show takes off, it's a sign that the times are changing. And with the Writers Guild strike in full swing, more Hollywood scribes may find a creative outlet, like Herskovitz and Zwick, by writing directly for the Internet read more

My So-called Life Creators Taking to the 'Net

Sick and tired of being bossed around by network suits, Marshall Herskovitz and Edward Zwick — the guys behind thirtysomething and My So-called Life — have decided to broadcast their new series, the post-college drama Quarterlife, exclusively on MySpace.com (starting Nov. 11). Did I say "new show"? It's not entirely new. It aired once on ABC in 2005, then got yanked after its makers clashed with Alphabet brass. This time around, however, there are 35 more episodes at the ready. Can Cavemen say that? read more

Keeping the (Friday Night) Lights On

I usually save these things for the Ask Matt Q&A, but I opened the following e-mail from Bill C shortly before watching this week’s episode of Friday Night Lights, and it haunted me (and, frankly, annoyed me) throughout the episode, which I found to be one of the most accessibly and endearingly entertaining of the entire season.Here’s what Bill wrote: “Would it be a real tragedy if Friday Night Lights got canceled? It’s not like we’re talking about a show that, however good it is, does not [sic] match the consistency and creative heights of superior shows like 24, House and Grey’s Anatomy.”Way to use the double negative there, a bit of a metaphor considering the disdain shown for one of the finest dramas network TV has produced in years.In my world of TV appreciation, which has to be flexible enough to include everything from guilty pleasures to reality shows, there are two types of top-tier TV. First and foremost, there are the great entertain... read more

About 20 years or so ago, ...

Question: About 20 years or so ago, there was a movie on TV about the dropping of nuclear bombs that was like a live news telecast from CNN or something similar it; I think there was a continuous line at the bottom of the screen saying it was just a movie, not real. They only showed it once and said they would never show it again. What was the name of this movie, and is it available on DVD or has it been destroyed?Answer: You're looking for Special Bulletin (1983), which was formatted as a series of special news bulletins from local channel RBS charting an escalating nuclear crisis in Charleston. It was directed by Edward Zwick and cowritten and coproduced by Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, who subsequently worked together on projects ranging from TV's thirtysometh read more

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