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Young & Hungry No More – A Look Back At Some Of The 2013 Young & Hungry Alums (2016)

2013YHNext Monday, we’re releasing the 2016 Young & Hungry List, our compilation of the new voices making names for themselves in Hollywood, as voted on by industry professionals. In preparation for its release, today we’re taking a look back at the 2013 Young & Hungry List writers — where they’ve been, and where they are today.

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Young & Hungry No More – A Look Back At Some Of The 2013 Young & Hungry Alums

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This Friday, we’re releasing the 2015 Young & Hungry List, our compilation of the new voices making names for themselves in Hollywood, as voted on by industry professionals. In anticipation of its release, we’re taking a look back at the 2013 Young & Hungry List writers–where they’ve been, and where they are today.

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THE HIT LIST 2013 (FULL LIST)

THE VOTES FOR THE 2013 HIT LIST ARE IN!

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THE YOUNG AND HUNGRY LIST 2013 – THE TOP 100 WRITERS ON THE VERGE!

We are very pleased to announce the Top 100 writers as voted on by top executives, producers, agents, managers and assistants!

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Nathaniel Halpern Solves The Case With “Joe Petrosino”

Writer tapped for crime pic.

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ROSE (SALES)

Logline: A woman begins to covet the life of the woman she’s fashioning her life after.

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ROSE (SPEC)

Logline: A woman begins to covet the life of the woman she’s fashioning her life after.

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MIDNIGHT AT NOON (SALES)

Logline: On the run after robbing a bank during the great depression, two brothers find themselves trapped in the harsh region known as the Dust Bowl where a ruthless killer hunts them down.

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THE BLACK LIST 2012

Hollywood’s “most liked” screenplays of 2012!

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JOE PETROSINO (SALES)

Logline: Based on the life of Joe Petrosino, a New York cop at the turn of the 20th century who took the city’s first Godfather, Don Vito Cascioferro, head on.

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