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Q&A: Who Gets Credit For A Screenplay? And What’s the Deal With the Ampersands and Ands?

30 November 2011 5:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] This is the first edition in a new regular series where I attempt to answer your questions about the film industry. We'll be taking a look at the box office, forgotten Hollywood landmarks, the marketing process and more. Sometimes I'll attempt to answer the question myself, and other times I will contact experts in the particular field to give a more detailed answer. Please feel free to send your questions to orfilms@gmail.com [2]. I decided to start off this series with an easier question, and use it as a jumping-off point to delve into the more complex world of screen credits. And and & The first question I saw on Twitter [3] from my friend NewBeverlyJulia: So on the Tintin posters it has Steven Moffat And @edgarwright but Edgar Wright & Joe Cornish. Why does 1 get an "And" and the other a "&"? The answer to that specific question is pretty simple: The »

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