Hollywood's Power Couple

Two producers take a family approach to forming and managing creative teams

Marla Rutherford for TIME

Hollywood producer couple Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall in their Santa Monica office complex.

Correction Appended: November 3, 2007

Director. Actor. Key Grip. Foley Mixer. Driver for Mr. Damon. Special-effects supervisor ... Can't stay in your seat till the end of the credits? That's because moviemaking is an extreme team art form, requiring a throng of people with specialized skills to gather for a few months, often in a strange land, and spend long hours in the frequently divergent pursuits of creativity and profit. The director is their aesthetic leader, but the producer is their boss. And the bosses everyone wants to work for in Hollywood are a married team: Kathleen Kennedy and Frank...

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