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In “Beast,” the Universal Pictures thriller released Friday, Idris Elba plays a father locked in a battle with a rogue lion in South Africa. Every time he thinks he’s won, his feline foe comes roaring back. 
Will Packer, the movie’s producer, can relate. The 48-year-old is one of the industry’s more prolific filmmakers. Among his hits: the two “Ride Along” pictures, starring Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, which took in more than $300 million at the box office, and 2017’s “Girls Trip,” featuring Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish. The top-grossing comedy that year, the film was the first by a Black female screenwriter to take in more than $100 million.


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