Whether he was writing scripts for an offbeat independent comedy or a big-budgeted animated film, Michael Arndt always created timeless stories and multidimensional characters that stayed with viewers...
|Toy Story 3||2010||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|A Walk in the Woods||2014||Screenplay||(adaptation)||1|
|Little Miss Sunshine||2006||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|The Hunger Games: Catching Fire||2013||Screenplay||n/a||1|
|Star Wars: The Force Awakens||2015||Screenplay||(previous draft)||1|
|WALL-E||2008||Executive||Pixar Senior Creative Team||1|
|Toy Story 3||2010||Executive||Pixar Senior Creative Team||1|
|Cars 2||2011||Creative Executive||Creative Team(Pixar)||1|
|Addicted to Love||1997||Assistant||(to Mathew Broderick)||1|
|Inspector Gadget||1999||Assistant||(to Matthew Broderick)||1|
|Announced as writer of "Star Wars: Episode VII" (scheduled release 2015)|
|Made screenwriting debut with "Little Miss Sunshine," about a dysfunctional family determined to get their young daughter into beauty pageant finals; film premiered at Sundance; earned Oscar nomination for Best Original Screenplay|
|Wrote screenplay for animated feature "Toy Story 3," featuring the voices of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen|
|David Arndt||Brother||twin brother|
|New York University|
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