Carol Fenelon (co-executive producer) began her career as a record company executive. During her decade in the music business, she collaborated with Curtis Hanson as music supervisor on "Bad Influence," "The River Wild" and "Wonder Boys," which earned Bob Dylan both a Golden Globe and an Academy AwardŽ for Best Original Song ("Things Have Changed"). Following the completion of "Wonder Boys," Fenelon joined Hanson as his producing partner at their production company, Deuce Three Productions. She then served as both executive producer and music supervisor on "8 Mile," which earned Eminem an Academy AwardŽ for Best Original Song ("Lose Yourself"), and as both producer and music supervisor on "In Her Shoes" and "Lucky You." Her most recent producing credit is the upcoming feature "The Big Year," a David Frankel film starring Jack Black, Steve Martin and Owen Wilson.