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McG (Director) made his feature film directorial debut with the actioner "Charlie's Angels,” starring Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu. Released in November 2000, the film topped the box office in its opening weekend with more than $40 million domestically, making it the largest opening weekend ever for a first-time director. It went on to open at number one in 31 territories internationally, ultimately grossing more than $260 million worldwide. McG also directed the 2003 sequel "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle,” which reunited Barrymore, Diaz and Liu and added Demi Moore to the cast. Following his success at the box office, McG formed Wonderland Sound and Vision, a production company that has film and television deals with Warner Bros. Under McG's leadership, Wonderland Sound and Vision has grown from a production company into a multifaceted media entity that has set trends in the way in which content is produced and delivered.

In 2006, McG directed the true-life drama "We Are Marshall,” starring Matthew McConaughey, Matthew Fox and David Strathairn. The film tells the tragic but inspiring story of the aftermath of a horrific plane crash that claimed the lives of the Marshall University football team and the coach who was able to motivate his new team not only to play but to win.

McG is next set to direct "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Captain Nemo,” a remake of Jules Verne's classic science fiction adventure. He is also currently developing the film version of the Tony Award-winning musical "Spring Awakening.” Under his Wonderland Sound and Vision banner, McG has several other projects in various stages of development, including "Fantasyland,” about the obsession of fantasy sports players, to be directed by Stephen Palgon; "Dead Spy Running,” a spy thriller based on the book by Jon Stock, adapted by Stephen Gaghan; "Maintenance,” an action comedy based on the comic book about two janitors who must clean up the mess left by their megalomaniac bosses to save the world; and "I Am a Genius of Unspeakable Evil,” a comedy about a 12-year-old boy genius who can control the world but has more trouble trying to win his class presidency.

McG has previously produced both films and television shows, including the hit series "The O.C,” for Fox; "Chuck,” for NBC; and "Supernatural” and "Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll” for the CW. Additionally, Wonderland released the soundtracks "Music from The O.C.,” which have gone on to sell over one million copies.

Born in Kalamazoo, Michigan, McG grew up in Newport Beach, California. He began his career directing immensely popular campaigns for The Gap and Coca Cola. McG also directed more than 50 music videos for such diverse artists as Sublime and Wyclef Jean. These music videos have contributed to the sale of over 100 million albums worldwide.


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