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McG (Director) has built his brand as a filmmaker and pop culture curator by accumulating $1.1 billion at the box office, producing over 500 hours of prime-time network television, and writing three #1 songs.

McG's feature film directorial debut was the 2000 blockbuster Charlie's Angels. The film debuted at number one domestically and became the biggest opening for a first-time director. Other feature films directed by McG include Sony's Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Warner Brothers' We Are Marshall, Warner Brothers' Terminator Salvation, and 20th Century Fox's This Means War. In addition to beginning his career directing commercials for such popular campaigns as The Gap and Pepsi, McG also directed over fifty music videos for a wide range of artists including Sublime and Wyclef Jean.

McG's production company, Wonderland Sound and Vision, independently develops, produces and finances its own slate of feature films, television and digital projects. It is a multifaceted media entity and consistent producer of hit content. Wonderland just financed and produced Chris Evans' directorial debut 1:30 Train starring Evans and Alice Eve. In addition, Wonderland is currently in post-production on A Many Splintered Thing starring Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan for Voltage Pictures, and Mercy, a horror film based on a Stephen King short story with Blumhouse for Universal. Wonderland's feature development slate includes: Ruin at Fox with Wes Ball attached to direct, Tink with Elizabeth Banks attached to star at Disney, Magic Castle at Fox and The Girl Who Conned The Ivy League starring Amanda Seyfried.

In the television space, Wonderland currently has the television show "Supernatural" in its ninth season on The CW. Prior network shows include ground-breaking series "The OC," "Chuck," "Nikita," "Human Target" and "Fastlane."

In the digital space, Wonderland has produced "Ghostfacers," "Sorority Forever" and the highly successful series "Aim High" (2 seasons) for Warner Bros.


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