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Sunday, April 30, 2006

The Believer movie script - posted by Don

Thanks to JBM for the heads up and hand in this from The Daily Script. Read the script to The Believer, the 2001 Sundance Festival grand-jury prize winner. It is on the movie scripts page. Seriously, folks, between The Believer, Hotel Rwanda, Dances with Wolves and The Woodsman there are some seriously heavy scripts on the ‘net.

See you on the streets tomorrow.

Saturday, April 29, 2006

Dances with Wolves, Hotel Rwanda, The Wedding Date and Game 6 movie scripts - posted by Don

The Movie Scripts and Transcripts page is getting quite swollen and I probably should trim it back again, but before I do, gotta let you know that thanks to The Daily Script you can read the Oscar Winning Screenplay for best adapted screenplay – Dances with Wolves.

And, thanks to Just a Guy in Hollywood you can read Hotel Rwanda (nominated for Best Original Screenplay), Something Borrowed (which later turned into The Wedding Date) and Game 6 (which I’m sure nobody saw). Note: be very, very patient with the last three scripts, there is a long pause before they start to download.

These scripts and more can be found on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts page.

Don

Friday, April 28, 2006

The Last Flight and Light Sleeper - posted by Don

Thanks to Dennis for the heads up on the Weekly Scripts latest – Light Sleeper. And thanks to the mysterious M for the heads up on this transcript of the 1931 The Last Flight. Get more info on both of them on the Movie Scripts and Transcripts page.

Don

Thursday, April 27, 2006

Six from the Golden Age of Radio - posted by Don

Thanks to the mysterious M we can read six scripts from the golden age of radio. Read The Tell Tale Heart, and early Quiet Please or a Fibber McGee and Molly. Thanks to sites like The Generic Radio Workshop we can read some of these treasures from the past. And, thanks to sites like Radio Lovers we can listen to a few of these shows. So, head on over to the Radio Scripts page and curl up with a good script (or transcript).

Don

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Mystery writers revealed, 30 original scripts and haggis! - posted by Don

The names of the writers for the One Week Exercise/Challange/Thing are revealed (reviled?)!

On the Unproduced Scripts page there are 30 new and revised scripts up for your reading pleasure.

And if you are into Scottish Horror – and I’m not talkin’ Haggis here – you might want to check out William Meikle’s Scottish Vampire and Horror Fiction. Me, I’m more of a sci fi than horror buff, but I did enjoy Meikle’s Lovecraftian short When The Stars Are Right. William, you might want to check out Escape Pod. Some of your work online looks like it may fit the submission guidelines.

-Don

Tuesday, April 25, 2006

The Woodsman - posted by Don

He’s not Just a guy in Hollywood, he is everyone’s new friend. Next up, JAGIH brings us the first place winner from the 2001 Slamdance Screenplay CompetitionThe Woodsman. The Woodsman is a bit of a buzz-kill inasmuch as it is about a child molester returning to society. The script was made into a film that release in 2004 starring Kevin Bacon and his wife Kyra Sedgwick. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

Monday, April 24, 2006

Aaron Sorkin’s latest (maybe) - posted by Don

First off, I’d like to thanks the anonymous (4/11) donator for their generous donation. Thanks for helping to keep the site going. Now, on to the good stuff.

Aaron SorkinThanks to an anonymous tipster, there is, on the ‘net, an alleged early draft of Aaron (Sports Night, A Few Good Men, The American President, The West Wing) Sorkin’s pilot script to the new falls show Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. The alleged script is hosted on a geocities server which means, of course, the script could be unavailable due to high bandwidth.

Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip is a new drama coming to NBC in the fall of this year. The show takes place behind the scenes at a fictional sketch comedy variety show, similar to Saturday Night Live or MADtv.

A link to the alleged script and other TV script and transcript goodness can be found on the TV Scripts (and transcripts) page.

-Don

Sunday, April 23, 2006

SliTHER, Doom and Glory Road - posted by Don

There are three new scripts on the ‘net, thanks to Just a guy in Hollywood. There is Christpher Cleveland’s Doom (based on the id Software Game of the same name for those of you who have been in a coma for the past ten years…). There is James Gunn’s SliTHER and David Callaham’s Glory Road. So, slither your way over to the Movie Scripts page and check ‘em out. Oh, and all of ‘em are in pdf format.

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Code of Silence script - posted by Don

Thanks to The Weekly Script we can read this 1985 shooting draft of Code of Silence. It was filmed starting Chuck Norris. So, head over to the Movie Scripts page and read it before Chuck Norris round-house kicks you.

Did you know: Chuck Norris owns the greatest poker face of all-time. It helped him win the 1983 world series of poker despite him holding just a joker, a 2 of clubs, a 7 of spades, a green number 4 from Uno and a monopoly “get out of jail free” card.

This and other Chuck Norris trivia is available at Ducksh*t.com

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