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"Race to Witch Mountain” follows ANDY FICKMAN's (Director) first, extremely successful film with Disney, "The Game Plan,” starring Dwayne Johnson and Kyra Sedgwick. Due to Fickman's success with the film, Disney offered him and his newly opened production company a deal under which Disney will have an exclusive first look at all motion-picture projects developed by Fickman and his creative team for three years.

Fickman's newly opened production company, Oops Doughnuts Productions, already has on its slate "Pool Rats,” directed by Fickman and set for release in 2011. "Pool Rats” is a family comedy for Disney that was inspired by Fickman's personal experience coaching a neighborhood league swim team. Recently Disney optioned the comedy "The Most Annoying Man in the World” from Fickman's company.

In addition to Fickman's two feature films for Disney, he also directed "She's the Man,” starring Amanda Bynes and Channing Tatum, which won a Teen Choice Award for Best Comedy; the acclaimed film version of "Reefer Madness” for Showtime, starring Kristen Bell and Alan Cumming, which went on to win an Emmy Award® and was also a favorite at such film festivals as Sundance and Deauville; as well as the independent comedy "Who's Your Daddy?,” starring Patsy Kensit, Kadeem Hardison and William Atherton.

Besides Fickman's directorial roles and production company ventures, he also has recently signed a deal with RKO Pictures. Roseblood Movie Company, RKO Pictures' thriller/horror division, and Twisted Pictures will have Fickman executive produce four big-screen remakes, including three classic Val Lewton horror titles: "I Walked with a Zombie” (1943), "The Body Snatcher” (1945) and "Bedlam” (1946). The fourth film is the 1939 thriller "Five Came Back.” In addition to executive producing the horror flicks, Fickman is slated to direct "The Body Snatcher” and also has his eye on potentially directing "Bedlam.”

Born in Roswell, New Mexico, and raised in Texas, Fickman attended the University of Houston and Texas Tech University and began performing in stand-up comedy while still a teenager. After graduation he moved to Los Angeles, where his first jobs included working as a tour guide at Universal Studios and in the mailroom at Triad Artists Agency. He also became a prolific writer and director for the local theater scene, eventually co-founding and managing the Fountainhead Theatre Company.

Fickman moved into film development by working with companies run by Gene Wilder and Bette Midler before being named vice president of creative affairs and production for Middle Fork Productions, where he served as associate producer on the successful thriller "Anaconda.” Fickman's theatrical resume has grown to include the hit plays "Jewtopia” and "Reefer Madness.” Both productions moved on to rave reviews and packed houses in New York City.

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