Jim Uhls wrote "Fight Club," directed by David Fincher; "Jumper," directed by Doug Limon;
and the NBC television film, "Semper Fi," produced by Steven Spielberg. He is currently
working with Shane Black on a new big screen adaptation of "The Destroyer" novel series
for Chuck Roven and Steve Chasman, as well as writing the miniseries "Spin" for the SyFy.
He also working on original screenplays "Termination Society," Leviathan," and "Games
Without Frontiers ." In addition, Jim is developing, with Ric Krause, an online video game
and app "Phantasm." A playwright as well, Jim has had his play, "The Relative Importance
of Jeri" produced in New York, as well as numbers plays produced in Los Angeles,
including "Collections of a Long-Distance Garbageman."
Connect with Jim online: Twitter