Akiva Goldsman

Goldsman at the 2019 [[San Diego Comic-Con]] Akiva Goldsman (born July 7, 1962) is an American filmmaker. He is known for making motion pictures and adaptations of popular novels.

Goldsman's filmography as a screenwriter includes ''The Client''; ''Batman Forever'' and its sequel ''Batman & Robin''; ''I, Robot''; ''I Am Legend''; ''Cinderella Man'', and numerous rewrites that are both credited and uncredited. He also wrote more than a dozen episodes for the science fiction television series ''Fringe''.

In 2002, Goldsman received the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay and the Golden Globe Award for Best Screenplay for the 2001 film ''A Beautiful Mind'', which also won the Academy Award for Best Picture. In 2006, Goldsman re-teamed with ''A Beautiful Mind'' director Ron Howard to adapt Dan Brown's novel ''The Da Vinci Code'' for Howard's film. He also wrote the screenplay for its 2009 sequel ''Angels & Demons''.

Goldsman is also known for co-developing the DC Comics TV series ''Titans'' and the Paramount Plus series ''Star Trek: Picard'', a sequel to ''Star Trek: The Next Generation'' and ''Star Trek: Nemesis''. He is also the co-creator of ''Star Trek: Strange New Worlds'', a prequel to ''Star Trek: The Original Series''. Provided by Wikipedia
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