David Koepp

David Koepp (born June 9, 1963) is an American screenwriter and film director. Koepp is the ninth most successful screenwriter of all time in terms of U.S. box office receipts with a total gross of over $2.3 billion.

Koepp has achieved both critical and commercial success in a wide variety of genres: thriller, science fiction, comedy, action, drama, crime, superhero, horror, adventure, and fantasy.

Some of the best known films he has written include the sci-fi adventure films ''Jurassic Park'' (1993), ''The Lost World: Jurassic Park'' (1997), and ''Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull'' (2008); the crime film ''Carlito's Way'' (1993); the action spy films ''Mission: Impossible'' (1996) and ''Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit'' (2014); the superhero film ''Spider-Man'' (2002); the sci-fi disaster film ''War of the Worlds'' (2005) and the mystery thriller ''Angels & Demons'' (2009). Koepp has directed seven feature films over the course of his career: ''The Trigger Effect'' (1996), ''Stir of Echoes'' (1999), ''Secret Window'' (2004), ''Ghost Town'' (2008), ''Premium Rush'' (2012), ''Mortdecai'' (2015), and ''You Should Have Left'' (2020). Provided by Wikipedia
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