|A Life Without Limits: The Making of the Aviator||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||Interviewee||20057|
|Penny Dreadful||2015 2013 - 2015||Showrunner||n/a||1|
|Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street||2007||Producer||n/a||3|
|Jamie Marks is Dead||2014||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|The Last Samurai||2003||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Star Trek: Nemesis||2002||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street||2007||Screenplay||(adaptation)||1|
|Any Given Sunday||1999||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Star Trek: Nemesis||2002||Story By||n/a||1|
|Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas||2003||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Any Given Sunday||1999||From Story||from screen story||1|
|The Last Samurai||2003||Story By||n/a||1|
|Wrote the screenplay for "Star Trek: Nemesis," the tenth feature film in the "Star Trek" franchise|
|Wrote the screenplay for the Martin Scorsese directed "Hugo," based on Brian Selznick's book The Invention of Hugo Cabret|
|Co-wrote Bond film "Skyfall"|
|Received writing credit for the football drama "Any Given Sunday"; directed by Oliver Stone and starred Al Pacino and Cameron Diaz|
|Sold first spec script, a football-themed drama called "Any Given Sunday" to Turner Pictures|
|Co-wrote screenplay for Ridley Scott's blockbuster "Gladiator"; shared an Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay|
|Contributed to the story for the epic drama "The Last Samurai," which was directed and produced by Edward Zwick|
|Penned the stage plays "Hauptmann," about the Lindbergh baby kidnapping and "Riverview," a musical melodrama set at Chicago's famed amusement park|
|Scripted the Emmy-nominated HBO drama "RKO 281," about the making of Orson Welles' 1941 classic "Citizen Kane"|
|Wrote the screenplay for the Fox TV movie "Tornado!"|
|Executive produced and wrote the horror flick "Bats"|
|Worked as a playwright in Chicago for 10 years after college|
|Wrote the feature adaptation of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus," directed by Ralph Fiennes|
|Scripted the DreamWorks adaptation of H.G. Wells' "The Time Machine"|
|Wrote the Broadway play "Red" about 20th-century abstract impressionist painter Mark Rothko; earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Play|
|First play "Never the Sinner" was based on the likes of Illinois villains Leopold and Loeb|
|Scripted the Howard Hughes biopic "The Aviator," directed by Martin Scorsese; earned Golden Globe and Oscar nominations for Best Original Screenplay|
|Directed a New York staging of "Hauptman" at Cherry Lane Theatre|
|Revived his play "Never the Sinner" at Chicago's Victory Gardens Theater; play was produced off-Broadway in 1997|
|Scripted the film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's Tony Award-winning musical "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"; directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp|
|"Cecil B De Mille once said: 'Give me a page of the Bible, and I'll give you a picture.' My thing is: 'Give me anyone's life and I'll give you a picture.' I find the scholarly element of detection and research so appealing – going in and trying to figure out my take on Orson Welles or Marcus Aurelius or Pasolini." – Logan to The Daily Telegraph, Dec. 17, 1999|
|"I thought as a fluke that I'd take a playwriting class, but the minute I did that, I knew it was my destiny. I've never looked back. I spent 10 years writing plays, but I've always had this incredible passion for movies; I thought it would be fun to give that a try." – Logan quoted to MovieMaker magazine, April/May 2000|
|"There is no such thing as empirical historical truth – there are different judgments on every single issue." – Logan quoted to MovieMaker magazine, April/May 2000|
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