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MessageSujet: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Lun 29 Juin - 7:53



Je vous la mets déjà en anglais, parce que là j'ai la flemme de traduire, mais je le ferais, promis ^^

At the end of every ANGEL episode the words "Executive Producer David Greenwalt" appear. Yet surprisingly little is known about Joss Whedon's counterpart. Humble and soft spoken, David has stayed out of the spotlight, letting his work shine rather than his name. However, he has a rich, two-decade long history of writing, producing, and directing.
David was born on October 16, 1949 in West Los Angeles, California and lived a normal, middleclass childhood. Looking back David has commented that some part of him always knew he would be a writer. Throughout life he would draw inspiration from reading books and watching old movies. At California's University of the Redlands he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama, English, and Education. He broke into the entertainment industry as Jeff Bridge's stand-in. However it was directing and producing that would become his passions. For over twenty years now David has been a screenwriter, producer, and director. He wrote for numerous��5evision series including Wonder Years, Shannon's Deal, Doogie Howser, M.D., and the The X Files. On the large screen he scripted several movies including American Dreamer, Class, Rude Awakening, and Secret Admirer which he also directed.

However David truly became known after he co-created and produced the intriguing television series Profit. Fox noticed David's work and offered him a position on their new "little project". Thus David became involved with the mega-series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. For the first three seasons he wrote and directed numerous episodes. As co-executive producer he worked hand in hand with Joss Whedon every day. David was one of many people who never hesitated to bestow the title of "genius" upon Joss. Together they sculpted Fox's "little project" into a hugely successful television phenomenon. David had originally planned to continue working on The X Files after Buffy. However, he never expected to fall in love with the show. He was drawn to it because of it's depth. The show was willing to go into the shadows and explore ideas that were not common.

In the fall of 1999, David accepted the position of Executive Producer on Joss' new brainchild, ANGEL. With ANGEL David was presented with a clean slate and a chance to once again create something great. While faced with many more responsibilities, David never forgets to include Joss, especially when breaking stories. Out of directing, producing, and writing, David has made it known that he likes writing the best. He enjoys understanding the characters, creating story arcs, and laying everything out. On ANGEL David does, in essence, more and less writing. Recently he does a lot of re-writing. His latest on-set work was directing the Season Two finale "There's No Place like Plrtz Glrb." Under his direction ANGEL has flourished over two incredible seasons.

David has been a massive contributor to the successes of Buffy and ANGEL. Alongside Joss, David has devoted all of his creative energy into making two of the best shows on television and we can expect him to continually produce work of the highest quality. At the end of Season 3, David departed the series to executive produce the critically acclaimed spiritual drama, Miracles, on ABC. Unfortunately, Miracles was cancelled but David quickly moved on to showrun and executive produce the UPN spy-drama, Jake 2.0. That series is currently on hiatus but David plans to return to screenwriting and television development in 2004. David also continues as a consulting producer on Angel.


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MessageSujet: Profit (David Greenwalt : co-créateur de la série)   Ven 3 Juil - 16:20

Outre ATS, David Greenwalt est à l'origine de la série Profit, il en est le co-créateur. Infos :

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David Greenwalt : Co-créateur





Jim Profit est un jeune cadre supérieur, chez Gracen & Gracen, une société multimilliardaire. Dévoré par l'ambition et très manipulateur, il est prêt à tout éliminer sur son passage pour gravir les échelons.

Obsédé par le pouvoir, il réussit par son ingéniosité, à avoir accès à des informations confidentielles sur la société, ce qui va lui donner assez de pouvoir pour détruire tous ceux qui se mettront sur son chemin. Car rien, ni personne, ne semble pouvoir entraver sa soif de réussite. Très habilement, Jim Profit parvient à manipuler ses collègues qui vont lui procurer sans le savoir tous les éléments pour parvenir à ses fins. Seuls Joanne Meltzer, chef de la sécurité et Jack Walters, président de G&G, ont vu clair dans le jeu de Profit. Ils vont tenter de trouver des preuves pour le démasquer avant qu'il ne détruise tout le monde.

Création en 1996, par David Greenwalt et John McNamara.

Genre : Drame

Statut : Arrêtée

Saison : 1

Episodes : 9


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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Dim 30 Jan - 16:13

Nouvelle série qui va être produite par David Greenwalt ! Elle se baserait apparemment sur les Contes des frères Grimm ^^

Citation :
Breaking: NBC Orders Brothers Grimm-Themed Drama From Buffy Scribe

Former Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel auteur David Greenwalt’s next TV show is going to be Grimm (yes, with a capital G).

NBC has just greenlit a pilot for the Greenwalt-produced Grimm, a fantastical cop drama about a world in which characters inspired by Grimm’s Fairy Tales exist. Fellow Angel scribe Jim Kouf will co-write the script and both will serve as exec producers. Also serving as EPs are Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner, the duo behind TV Land’s red-hot Hot in Cleveland.


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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Lun 16 Mai - 19:34

La série des frères Grimm par David Greenwalt est officiellement confirmée pour la rentrée !! ^^ Il y retrouvera un scénariste de ATS, Jim Kouf. Vous pouvez voir un trailer/une preview ici :



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David Greenwalt ("Angel"-producer) and Jim Kouf ("Angel"-writer) are the creators and showrunners.

From NBC.com:

Remember the fairy tales your parents used to tell you before bedtime? Well, those weren't stories, they were warnings.

Detective Nick Burkhardt thought he was ready for the grim reality of working homicide in Portland, Oregon. That is, until he started to see things... things he couldn't quite explain. Like a gorgeous woman suddenly transforming into a hideous hag, or an average Joe turning into a vicious troll. Then, after a panicked visit from his only living relative, Nick discovers the truth about his visions: he's not like everyone else, he's a descendant of an elite group of hunters known as "Grimms" who are charged with stopping the proliferation of supernatural creatures in the world. And so begins his new life journey - albeit a reluctant one at first - as he solves crimes with his partner who knows something about Nick has radically changed but can't quite put his finger on it. Along the way, Nick finds himself unexpectedly getting help on some of the more difficult cases from Monroe, a guy who seems normal at first but is soon revealed to be what you might call a "big bad wolf." Literally!

While the Brothers Grimm wrote fairy tales that children have adored for generations, imagine if the villains were real, and Nick was the only one who could stop them.

From executive producers David Greenwalt (Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Jim Kouf (Angel, National Treasure) comes a new world of police work where all cases have a storybook connection... but not always happily ever after.

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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Ven 8 Juil - 12:24

http://herocomplex.latimes.com/2011/07/06/grimm-somewhere-between-x-files-and-buffy-and-coming-to-comic-con/?dlvrit=63378


Citation :
‘Grimm’: Somewhere between ‘X-Files’ and ‘Buffy,’ and coming to Comic-Con

Sarah Michelle Gellar isn’t the only high-profile “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” veteran making an appearance at Comic-Con International in San Diego this year. NBC will screen the pilot for “Grimm,” the network’s upcoming fantasy police procedural, at the pop-culture expo, and two of the series’ producers, Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt, who spent time toiling on “Buffy” and its spinoff, “Angel,” will participate in a Q&A session along with the show’s stars. The duo recently chatted with Hero Complex contributor Jevon Phillips about “Grimm,” which is described as a “modern retelling of the Grimms’ fairy tales, in a fractured kind of way.”

JP: Where did the idea for “Grimm” come from?

DG:
Well, our hero has the ability to see the big bad wolf in the child molester, and the three little pigs in the greedy people. He has the ability to see what others can’t. Much of the idea came from Mr. Jim Kouf …

JK: It was both of our idea.

DG: OK, it was both of us. But there was an original idea by Todd Milliner just to do a modern Grimm story. And this is what we came up with.
JP: The current “Grimm” references a longer history/mythology that we’ll learn more about, right?

DG:
In the pilot, it comes out that the original Brothers Grimm were actually profilers. And what they were writing was all true — but it was handed down in oral tradition to warn people of certain kinds of creatures who live among us. Our hero, Nick Burkhardt [David Giuntoli], is a distant relative of the Brothers Grimm, and in the pilot discovers that he has this ability to see these creatures within certain humans — particularly when they are emotionally aroused or angered or frightened. His aunt, Aunt Marie, arrives in town to tell him that he’s getting this power because she’s passing out of this world. It’s also scary and funny. It’s somewhere between “X-Files” and “Buffy.”

JK: Our series should be something like the Grimm’s fairy tales. You open the book and you get a fairy tale every night.


JP: Can you name a few of the cases that our hero might be covering?

DG:
He might work on a big bad wolf case!

JK: He might work on a Cinderella-type case. We’re bringing the fairy tales into the modern world and turning them on their head. They’re not going to follow precisely the Grimm tale, but we will reference them in some way…

JP: Like girls disappearing wearing red sweatshirts?

DG:
Precisely.

JP: Are there some good creatures that he’ll see too?

JK: Yes, some Grimm characters are good — they’re not all bad.

JP: So, you’re taking the show to Comic-Con International. Anything special planned?

DG:
We’re going to show the whole pilot at Comic-Con then be on a panel with the actors to present it to what we hope will become rabid fans of ours. Neither one of us has ever been to Comic-Con and we’re both very excited. We’re dressing up as aging TV writers.

JK: They’ll never recognize us.



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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Mer 27 Juil - 16:18

David Greenwalt au Comic Con parle de Grimm, sa nouvelle série ^^

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GreenWalt's Grimm Comic Con 2011

NBC's 'Grimm' puts the gruesome back in Grimm's Fairy Tales.

New supernatural thriller Grimm could scare up an audience on Friday nights this fall.

Grimm, which debuts Oct. 21 at 9 p.m. ET, will likely get a look from fans of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel as former Buffy writer/producer David Greenwalt and Angel writer/producer Jim Kouf are writing and executive producing the new series.

Greenwalt and Kouf premiered the pilot episode Saturday afternoon at Comic-Con. It quickly brought shrieks from the packed room when a coed jogger got brutally blindsided by a monster. "There are going to be dark and tragic things that will happen in the show," Greenwalt said in the discussion after the episode.

The series stars David Guintoli as Portland, Ore., police detective Nick Burckhardt, a modern-day ancestor of the Grimm brothers, who can sense the monstrous alter egos of some people. Crimes that he investigates with partner Hank Green (Russell Hornsby) have parallels to classic Grimm's Fairy Tales.

"Most of these fairy tales involve some kind of a crime," Greenwalt said. "In Cinderella, her sisters had their eyes plucked out. We try to find what the crime is and turn it on it's head."

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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Sam 30 Juil - 17:56

Une review du pilote de Grimm, elle est un peu sévère je trouve... ATTENTION SPOILERS :


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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Mar 1 Nov - 13:21

J'ai trouvé le pilot de Grimm très mauvais... Je suis pas sûr de prendre la peine de poursuivre. Il va falloir changer beaucoup de choses pour améliorer la série, je pense.
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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Mar 1 Nov - 13:37

Ah ouais, à ce point ?! C'est dommage... J'ai pas tenté encore, mais je sais pas si je vais le faire...

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MessageSujet: Re: David Greenwalt [Co-créateur d'ATS]   Sam 17 Mar - 14:17

En dépit des critiques relativement négatives que j'entends au sujet de la série, Grimm a été renouvellée pour une seconde saison :


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Exclusive: NBC Renews Grimm For Season 2

The folks at Grimm got some scary-good news today: NBC has picked up the freshman spooker for a second season!

The Friday drama has been a rare bright spot this season for NBC, which has seen nearly all of its rookie dramas — The Playboy Club, The Firm, Free Agents and Prime Suspect — quickly crash and burn.

With its most recent outing, Grimm drew 5.2 million total viewers and a 1.5 demo rating, but of significance is the fact that at last tally, it’s 18-49 numbers enjoyed the largest increase — 87 percent! — of any network series in DVR Live+7 data.

TVLine’s Renewal Scorecard has been updated to reflect the news.

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