First feature film produced by Merchant Ivory Productions in New York by the late Hollywood legend and Academy Award winning producer 'Ismail Merchant', with 'Kai Wong' and producers 'Richard Hawley'.
An Ivy League graduate who majored in English Literature at 'Harvard University'.
After writing the screenplay for 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice', Terrio wrote the foreword for Batman: Earth One Vol. 2: "Geoff Johns and Gary Frank's Batman: Earth One Vol. 2 reminds us of Batman's place not only in the pantheon of superheroes, but in the pantheon of all American literary characters. Their graphic novel renders Batman as novel-of-education; hard-boiled procedural; revenge tale and love story, metaphysics and myth. It's a hell of a read".
Personal Quotes (1)
[re writing Argo (2012) ] Scene 58--nine men sitting in a conference room talking through scenarios for cover stories to get Americans out of Iran--was difficult. There's nothing to cut to except the actors' faces. The tension has to come from the subtle shifts of power. CIA and State Department officials debate ideas, each worse than the last. I knew the crucial beat would come when our hero, Tony Mendez speaks up. He couldn't seem disrespectful, yet he had to make his case. I settled on the idea that Mendez would throw a spitball into the conversation with a joke about giving the bicycle escapees Gatorade. The table would go silent. The attention of the room would shift to the court jester. I also had to determine whether Gatorade was on the market and a commonly recognized brand in December of 1979. I celebrated when I found a magazine from the year before featuring a dehydrated athlete with a Village People moustache: 'Gatorade: When You're Thirsty to Win.'