Kofi Outlaw (Editor-in-Chief, 2008 - 2016) has a B.A. in writing and film studies. He then earned a Masters Degree in creative writing from The New School in NYC, where he stumbled upon Screenrant.com when it was just a hobby blog. He quickly rose to the position of E-i-C, and working with the rest of the editorial team, transformed Screen Rant from a hobby blog into one of the leading fan sites on the Internet.
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