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Christy Box is a list writer for Screen Rant. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Central Florida with a BA in Anthropology, and she has a great love for media anthropology. Her experience working in film and television production as a director, producer, and camera operator has made her passionate about the work that goes into bringing a story to the screen. She is a major science fiction fan, as her family raised her on Star Trek from birth. She is fascinated by slow-burn suspense, strong female leads, and book adaptations that don’t leave out all the good parts. In her free time, she writes fiction, binge-watches many shows, volunteers to support the arts, and fawns over other people’s dogs. She also writes for Ranker and Factinate on pop culture and history topics.
Articles by Christy Box
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