And I bet if you’re really crafty you could bring it to a place (or place an order online) and have it printed into a real book.
So this interactive ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ script is gorgeous.
If you found a top secret script for a new episode of one of TV’s most popular shows, would you be able to hand it straight back without releasing any spoilers?
That’s exactly what one Cardiff student did after finding a Doctor Who script in the back of a Cardiff taxi.
Hannah Durham stumbled upon the script for a forthcoming episode of the sci-fi show during a night out with friends.
Producers, scriptwriters and fans of Doctor Who thanked her for returning the missing script and preventing precious plot details from being leaked online.
Hannah told WalesOnline she was unaware of the significance of the find until she was bombarded with praise from the show’s “Whovian” fans.
Warner Brothers has been quietly began getting its own all-star superhero movie back on track, with GANGSTER SQUAD writer Will Beall to pen JUSTICE LEAGUE based on the WB-controlled stable of DC Comics superheroes, Jeff Sneider reports. Warner Bros. had no comment on the top-secret hire, which — due to its timing — was more an anticipation than a reaction to the box office success of THE AVENGERS.
No so quiet anymore.
“I know we took our sweet time but as soon as I get back from outer space, we can finish this thing once and for all” -@simonpegg
The trick with Aaron, which I think makes this the ultimate challenge is that you have to learn a Broadway play every week. We’re not walking around the corner holding a gun, going, ‘Look out!’ We’re coming around the corner and doing Sorkin, and that’s a whole other thing. And it’s Sorkin at 90 miles an hour, because there’s a musicality, there’s a rhythm to him. Dialogue that has to come out of your mouth, snap-snap—and not just actors talking fast. These [characters] are very smart people, they think fast and they talk fast, and those listening have to keep up.
—Jeff Daniels on Aaron Sorkin. (Also check out Sorkin On Set.)
Around a year ago, a few friends and I watched all four Rambo movies in one day. We got to talking about how much fun it would be if John Rambo were to meet Rocky Balboa. So we wrote a movie about it.
We wrote the outline on one page of paper (in gold ink), split it up into six sections, and each wrote around 15-20 pages, without looking at each others’ work. I got the last section, and it was also my job to clean the script up, join the sections together, and try to get it to make sense.
Then we had a reading of it to hear what the others came up with. And then we never did anything else with it.
So here it is. Enjoy!
Paul Rust (actor, “I Love You Beth Cooper;” currently co-writing the new Pee-Wee Herman movie)
Kulap Vilaysack (co-host, “Who Charted?” podcast)
Michael Cassady (actor, “The Office,” “Freakdance”)
Harris Wittels (writer, “Parks and Recreation,” “The Sarah Silverman Program,” “Eastbound & Down”)
Neil Campbell (UCB Theatre LA Artistic Director; writer, “Mike Detective”)
Scott Aukerman (host, “Comedy Bang Bang;” writer, “Mr. Show;” co-creator, “Between Two Ferns”)
Click on the TITLE of the article to be taken to the script!
@SNLUpdate: Here’s sample page from air script for Garth & Kat from few weeks ago. Gives a good idea of level of rewriting done.
Judy Belushi (John’s ex wife) and Dan Aykroyd currently hold the TV rights and are aiming to pitch a new iteration to the studios and networks. A script has been written by Belushi and Anne Beatts (former SNL writer), that would have Jake an Elwood out of jail looking for the latter’s real dad.
Aykroyd would appear as a voice in the series but not on camera, the lead roles would of course be recast. Beats describes the show as “‘Route 66’ meets ‘Glee,’ and it all goes to hell in a handbasket.”
Very important news.
Production on the Marvel Studios all-star film The Avengers has allegedly been halted less than a week after commencing.
According to Film Fan Review, filming has completely shut down due to the reported leaking of Samuel L Jackson’s script.
Earlier this week, it was reported that an anonymous source had offered a 129-page shooting draft of the film’s screenplay to the website Obsessed With Film.
A source close to production on the project now claims that Marvel Studios has called for a rewrite of the compromised scenes.