Geneva Robertson-Dworet

Geneva Robertson-Dworet (born May 8, 1985) is an American screenwriter. She rose to prominence after being hired in 2015 to rewrite the script for the 2018 ''Tomb Raider'' reboot, starring Alicia Vikander and directed by Roar Uthaug. She co-wrote the screenplay for Marvel Studios' ''Captain Marvel'' (2019)'''' and is the co-showrunner and co-creator of the television adaptation of the ''Fallout'' video game franchise for Amazon Prime Video.

Robertson-Dworet was originally set to write the screenplay for David Ayer's ''Gotham City Sirens'' film, as part of the DC Extended Universe. Additionally, she wrote the third ''Sherlock Holmes'', the newest adaptation of the role playing game ''Dungeons & Dragons'', and the screenplay for ''Artemis''.

She was originally slated to co-write Sony Pictures' ''Silver & Black'', a team-up film about the Spider-Man characters Black Cat and Silver Sable, with Lindsey Beer. However the film was removed from Sony's production schedule and the project's future is unclear.

In 2018, Robertson-Dworet has founded a production company, called Known Universe, together with Lindsey Beer and Nicole Perlman. Known Universe has so far announced that it is going to help produce the new adaptation of William Golding's ''Lord of the Flies''. It will also executive produce a Hello Kitty animation/live-action hybrid movie.

Robertson-Dworet is a 2007 graduate of Harvard College. She wrote for ''The Harvard Lampoon'' during her time there. Provided by Wikipedia
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