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Ep 13 | James Vanderbilt, Writer/Director/Producer ('Zodiac', 'The Amazing Spiderman') It was amazing to sit down and chat with Writer/Director/Producer James Vanderbilt, whose credits include Sony's THE AMAZING SPIDERMAN, WHITE HOUSE DOWN and David Fincher's masterpiece ZODIAC.

In our conversation we talk about James' early success selling his first script just days away from graduating at USC, his relationship with pitching films to studios, what he learned from becoming a first-time director on TRUTH and much more.

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On the morning of September 9, 2004, veteran CBS News producer MARY MAPES (Cate Blanchett) believed she had every reason to feel proud of a broadcast journalism job well done. By the end of the day, Mapes, CBS News, and the venerable CBS News anchor DAN RATHER (Robert Redford) would be under harsh scrutiny.

The evening before, 60 Minutes II had aired an investigative report, produced by Mapes and reported on-air by Rather, that purported to reveal new evidence proving that President George W. Bush had possibly shirked his duty during his service as a Texas Air National Guard pilot from 1968 to 1974. The piece asserted that George W. Bush had not only exploited family connections and political privilege to avoid the Vietnam War by joining the Texas Air National Guard, but he had failed for many months to fulfill his most basic Guard obligation-showing up on base.

Mapes and her team of researchers had scrambled under a tight deadline to pull together both on-air eyewitness testimony and newly-disclosed documents to make their case, and they felt confident that their story was solid. In the lead-up to the 2004 Bush v. Kerry presidential election, the "Bush-Guard" story could have had profound ramifications.

But within days after the story broke, George W. Bush's military service record was no longer the focus of media and public scrutiny. Instead, it was 60 Minutes, Mapes, and Rather who were under question: the documents supporting their investigation were denounced as forgeries, and the 60 Minutes staff was accused of shoddy journalism or, perhaps worse, accused of being duped. Eventually, Mapes would lose her job and reputation. Dan Rather would step down prematurely as CBS News anchor.

How did attention end up focused on the journalists who questioned the official version of the story? How did the minutiae of document typefaces, line breaks, and superscripts become seemingly more important to the national discourse than the question of whether the President had failed to fulfill his military obligations?

Have journalistic integrity and independence been fundamentally altered in today's newsrooms and boardrooms?
James Vanderbilt Writer and Producer James Vanderbilt joins Ben in the Lyons Den to talk about his new film, “Murder Mystery”, his first paid writing gig, writing “The Rundown”, wrestling, and running into Sgt. Slaughter...at the Orthodontist!?
Ep50 - James Vanderbilt, Screenwriter 'Zodiac,' 'The Amazing Spider-Man,' & 'Truth' Based on the memoir, 'Truth and Duty: The Press, the President, and the Privilege of Power' by Mary Mapes, James Vanderbilt’s 'Truth' is a behind-the-curtain retelling of the happenings that occurred at 60 Minutes II in 2004. Essentially, Mapes ran a team of reporters to uncover a story regarding George W. Bush’s time in the National Guard.

At the film’s heart are the consequences of the relationship between Dan Rather (Robert Redford) and Mary Mapes (Cate Blanchett). Despite your opinion on the news story, Vanderbilt insists that his 'Truth' is a film rather than a documentary.

In this interview, Vanderbilt discusses building a career, the unknowable center and how to shift genres.

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Ep163 - James Vanderbilt Returns, Screenwriter Netflix's ‘Murder Mystery’ We originally spoke with James Vanderbilt for his film ‘Truth’ in Episode 50, along with his other films such as ‘Zodiac,’ ‘Basic,’ ‘The Amazing Spider-Man,’ and ‘Independence Day: Resurgence.’

In Vanderbilt’s latest film, ‘Murder Mystery,’ Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston team up again for the romantic comedy. The Netflix original re-creates the classic who-done-it murder mystery.

In this interview, the screenwriter talks about his 10-year journey to bring ‘Murder Mystery’ to audiences, his love for mystery, how to make an original movie without IP, the importance of genre deconstruction, how he battles procrastination, and a future project he’s working on with John Cena and The Rock.

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Keeping It Reel 278: James Vanderbilt This week on the BIG show, writer/director James Vanderbilt will be our special guest to talk about his political docudrama, Truth. We'll also salute Eddie Murphy, who received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of this week's new releases, including Truth, The Last Witch Hunter, Rock the Kasbah and Room all on Episode 278 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
Keeping It Reel 278: James Vanderbilt This week on the BIG show, writer/director James Vanderbilt will be our special guest to talk about his political docudrama, Truth. We'll also salute Eddie Murphy, who received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of this week's new releases, including Truth, The Last Witch Hunter, Rock the Kasbah and Room all on Episode 278 of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
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Write On with 'Murder Mystery' Writer James Vanderbilt James Vanderbilt discusses Murder Mystery's record-breaking weekend on Netflix, his influences when writing the script, his writing process and much more.  Murder Mystery is an action-comedy about a New York cop (Adam Sandler) and his wife (Jennifer Anniston) who go on a European vacation to reinvigorate the spark in their marriage, but end up getting framed and on the run for the death of an elderly billionaire.   Don’t forget to subscribe to the Write On podcast on iTunes!
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