Screenwriters on Twitter

We thought it might be a good idea/resource to list the pro writers who are on Twitter. If you know of any we’re missing – and we surely are – please shoot us an email at info [at] theofficeonline.com.

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Adam McKay – Anchorman, Talladega Nights
Alan Yang – Parks and Recreation
Amy Berg – The 4400, Leverage, Eureka
Bob DeRosa – Killers, White Collar
Brian Lynch – Big Helium Dog, Puss in Boots, Nightcrawlers
Bryan Lee O’Malley – Scott Pilgrim (comic book writer)
Craig Mazin – Scary Movie 3 & 4, The Hangover Part 2
Damon Lindelof – Lost
David Lynch – Inland Empire, Mulholland Dr.
Doug Richardson – Die Hard 2, Bad Boys
Diablo Cody – Juno, The United States of Tara, Jennifer’s Body
Drew Z. Greenberg – Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV), Smallville, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Warehouse 13
Edgar Wright – Shaun of the Dead
Edward Burns – The Brothers McMullen, Sidewalks of New York
Eli Roth – Cabin Fever, Hostel
Gary Whitta – The Book of Eli, The Walking Dead, After Earth
Gigi Levangie Grazer – Stepmom, The Starter Wife
James Cameron – The Terminator, Titanic, Avatar
James Moran – Severance, Primeval
Jane Espenson – Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV), Battlestar Galactica
John August – Go, Big Fish, Charlie’s Angels, Corpse Bride, The Nines
Jon Spaihts – Prometheus
Jon Hurwitz – Harold & Kumar
Jonathan King – Black Sheep
Jon Rogers – Leverage
Josh Heald – Hot Tub Time Machine
Judd Apatow – The 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Funny People
J.R. Orci – Fringe, Journeyman
Mike Dougherty – Superman Returns, X2, Trick ‘r Treat (director)
M. Night Shyamalan – The Sixth Sense, Signs, Devil
Neil Gaiman – Mirror Mask, Beowulf, Coraline
Nicholas Stoller – Undeclared, Fun with Dick and Jane, Blades of Glory, Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Oliver Stone – The Doors, Nixon, Wall Street
Paul Cornell – Doctor Who, Robin Hood, Primeval
Roger Avary – Pulp Fiction, Killing Zoe, The Rules of Attraction, Silent Hill, Beowulf
Scott Myers – K-9, Alaska, Trojan War
Seth Rogen – Superbad
Steve Levitan – Modern Family
Wes Craven – The Hills Have Eyes, A Nightmare on Elm Street

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