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Who is the director of Dolittle movie?

Asked by R. Barnes, Last updated: Apr 09, 2021

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Anthony Paul Bonadio

Anthony Paul Bonadio

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Anthony Paul Bonadio
Anthony Paul Bonadio, Teacher, MCA, PhD, Toledo

Answered Apr 16, 2020

The correct answer is Stephen Gaghan.
The Director of Dolittle is Stephen Gaghan. Stephen Gaghan is an American director and screenwriter who was born on May 6, 1965. Stephen Gaghan is also the writer of the screenplay for Traffic for which he won the academy award for best-adapted screenplay in2000.

The correct answer is Stephen Gaghan.
The Director of Dolittle is Stephen Gaghan. Stephen Gaghan is
Stephen Gaghan also directed and wrote the screenplay for Syriana (2005) and Abandon (2005). He also got different writing credit from his work like Rules of Engagement, Havoc, and The Almo. In his television career, he won an Emmy Award for co-writing an NYPD Blue episode entitled “Where’s Swaldo” in 1997. He was also hired as by Warner Bros to write the screenplay of the Dead Spy Running franchise written by author Jon Stock. Gaghan was also hired by Ubisoft to direct the film adaptation of the popular video game called “The Division” on January 19, 2017. He is also set to direct crime thriller Candy Store.

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E.Evelyn

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Answered Jan 27, 2020

Stephen Gaghan is an American screenwriter and director. He is the director of Dolittle. He wrote the screenplay for Steven Soderberg’s movie, “Traffic.” He received an academy award for his role in making the film. Gaghan directed and wrote the screenplays for Abandon and Syriana.

Stephen Gaghan is an American screenwriter and director. He is the director of Dolittle. He wrote
His other works as a director include Rules of Engagement, which was made in 2000, The Almo (2004), and Havoc (2005). He has also done work on various television series. Most notably, he won an Emmy Award for co-writing an episode of NYPD Blue. However, Gaghan turned down a chance to modify Dan Brown’s novel, “The Di Vinchi code.”

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