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Kathleen Kennedy

Kathleen Kennedy [3]

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Born:June 5, 1953 (65)
Filmography Rating:6.90 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.05 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.04 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:69.38%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
The Flintstones [1994](41) => Executive Producer
Contact [1997](44) => Herself
The Sixth Sense [1999](46) => Producer

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Congo [1995]
  • Producer [?] Frank Yablans had been involved in this project since its inception. Michael Crichton had pitched his idea for a modern-day King Solomon's Mines to him, before he had even written the novel. Yablans liked the idea so much that, without Crichton's authorization, he sold the film rights to Twentieth Century Fox in 1979, a year before the book was published. The technology to create the apes was not available at the time, however, and the project never materialized. During the production of Jurassic Park, Crichton was impressed with the dinosaurs that [?] Stan Winston's studio had created. Producer Kathleen Kennedy (who produced both films) suggested using Winston again for the apes, and suggested the project itself to her husband, Frank Marshall, and Crichton agreed. This resulted in Yablans, Marshall and Kennedy collaborating on the film.
    Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens [2015]
  • According to Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, when Harrison Ford and Peter Mayhew set foot in the Millennium Falcon set, every person on set was stunned. Kennedy claims that there must have been 200 people who were completely quiet, due to the iconic presence of Ford and Mayhew back on Han Solo's ship.