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Why Did Hollywood's Youngest Mogul Cool on Two of the Town's Hottest Screenwriters?

Late last night, Roberto Orci – who, with Alex Kurtzman, make up one of Hollywood's most successful franchise scriptwriting teams (Transformers, Star Trek) – Tweeted, "After a wonderful five years with DreamWorks, K/O Paper Products is excited to be an independent production company in the coming year!" This was surprising, as just last October, the news had broke that the two J.
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