Beau Rogers has made a name for himself in Hollywood as the executive producer of countless titles during the late 1990s/early 21st century. His best known work is 1998's critically acclaimed "Gods and Monsters", which starred Ian McKellen, Brendan Fraser, and Lynn Redgrave, and was nominated for several Academy Awards (for which writer Bill Condon won an Oscar for "Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium"). Other films that Rogers served as executive producer on during this era included 1999's "I'll Remember April", 2000's "Big Monster on Campus", and 2004's "The Eliminator", among countless others. In 2006, Rogers partnered with another veteran film producer, Jonathan D. Krane, to form The Edge, a mini-studio focusing on films with budgets up to $10 million. The first film that The Edge took on was 2007's "Mrs. Worthington's Party" (which also goes by the title "Noëlle"), a drama that starred David Wall.