Ed Solomon

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Edward James Solomon (born September 15, 1960) is an American writer, producer and director who is one of the credited writers of the Super Mario Bros. film. His other screenwriting credits include the first Men In Black, the Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure series, and Now You See Me.

Solomon was brought in shortly before principal photography of the film began to revise Parker Bennet and Terry Runte's iteration of the script, due to studio concerns that the movie was straying too far from the family-friendly license. As a result, the movies director's were forbidden to work with him.[1]