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DREW PEARCE (Writer-Director), a British-born writer-director-producer, is best known for co-writing Iron Man Three for Marvel Studios, and for his work on movies such as Pacific Rim, Godzilla and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Pearce also wrote and directed the celebrated Marvel One-Shot: All Hail the King, starring Ben Kingsley.

To date, the movies that Pearce has contributed to as a screenwriter have grossed more than two billion dollars in worldwide box office.

Before moving to Los Angeles, Pearce created the award-winning U.K. series "No Heroics," a sitcom about unsuccessful British superheroes and their R-rated, off-duty exploits in The Fortress, a heroes-only pub. The show was nominated for a British Comedy Award, which led Pearce to shoot a U.S. pilot in the spring of 2009 for the ABC Network.

Pearce's break into movies came in 2010 when Marvel hired him to adapt Runaways. The following year, Marvel announced that Pearce would co-write Iron Man Three with director Shane Black. In addition to his later work on Pacific Rim, Godzilla and Sherlock Holmes 3, Pearce also created The Billion Brick Race: A Lego Movie for Warner Brothers, on which he partnered with Jason Segel.

In his spare time, Pearce directs music videos for rock artists such as Father John Misty, Miles Kane, and The Last Shadow Puppets.


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