's breakthrough screenplay was his 1991 spec sale for Cliffhanger
to Carolco Pictures; the movie was shot within the year and became a worldwide hit in 1993 for Sylvester Stallone
and Renny Harlin
. France then went on to revive the then-dormant James Bond franchise with his script for Goldeneye
, and the film became a worldwide hit in 1995. France's association with the James Bond franchise continued with un-credited work on The World Is Not Enough
, which was released in 1999.
France's string of Marvel adaptations began with Hulk (2003) for director Ang Lee, and continued with Punisher (2004). France is currently involved in a number of ongoing screen, television and interactive projects.
France graduated from the University of Florida and attended Columbia University's School of the Arts.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2005.
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