Max Handelman Biography
Max Handelman is an American sportswiter,film producer and bloger. Max was born on May 3, 1973 in Portland, Oregon, U.S.
Max Handelman Age
Max was born on May 3, 1973 in Portland, Oregon, U.S. As of 2018, Max is 45 years old.
Max Handelman Wife
Max is married to his college girl Elizabeth Banks in 2003.
Max Handelman Children
Max has two kids with Elizabeth; Felix and Magnus Mitchell Handelman.
Max Handelman Career
Max is an avid fan of fantasy football and other fantasy sports, and penned a work on the subject, Why Fantasy Football Matters: (And Our Lives Do Not), with boyhood friend Erik Barmack. Handelman and Barmack also collaborated on a weblog covering the Portland Trail Blazers entitled Beyond Bowie.
In addition to his sports-related work, Handelman is a partner in a film production company Brownstone Productions, whose first film, Surrogates, was released in 2009.
Max Handelman Filmography
Pitch Perfect 2
The Most Hated Woman in America
Pitch Perfect 3
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Elizabeth Banks To Direct & Produce ‘The Grace Year’ For Universal
Published: January 30, 2019
EXCLUSIVE: Universal Pictures has optioned film rights to The Grace Year, and Elizabeth Banks will direct the adaptation of a novel by Kim Liggett that will be published by Wednesday Books in the fall. Banks and Max Handelman will produce through their Brownstone Productions banner, along with New Leaf Literary & Media’s Pouya Shahbazian.
The Grace Year examines the complex and sometimes twisted relationships between girls, the women they eventually become, and the difficult decisions they make in between. The novel has already become an international sensation, selling rights at auction into a number of territories including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia and Hungary.
After launching the Pitch Perfect franchise, Banks and Handelman have continued to be prolific. She directed, produced co-wrote and even played Bosley in the upcoming remake of Charlie’s Angeles for Sony Pictures, and they recently set the comedy Science Fair at Universal where they have adaptations in the works of Paper Bag Princess and a YA adaptation of Red Queen, both of which Banks will direct. There is also Queen for a Day at Paramount Players and the Danielle Macdonald-starrer White Girl Problems at Lionsgate. On the television side, the company’s latest series Shrill will premiere March 15 on Hulu starring Aidy Bryant