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Friday, May 12, 2006

Thunderheart and Alone In The Dark Script - posted by Don

No, the script for “Run For The Money” isn’t online. Just wanted to have a pic with both Val and Christian.

Over on the Movie Scripts and Screenplays we can thank Just A Guy in Hollywood for his part in bringing this August 19, 2003 double cherry revision(!) draft script of Alone In The Dark to light. This was filmed with Christian Slater and Tara Reid (as a genius anthropologist no less). John Fallon of Arrow In The Head fame had a bit part in the movie and did a write-up of his experiences on the set.

Thanks to The Weekly Script there is a text version of Thunderheart that first appeared over at Val Kilmer Newsletter in pdf format. Read these and more on the Movie Scripts and Screenplays page.

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Duel and Dennis Weaver - posted by Don

Thanks to ‘anonymous’ and Awesome Film for this Richard “I am Legend” Matheson penned teleplay Duel. Dedicated to Dennis Weaver who died February 24 of this year. To me, he will always be McCloud.

As mentioned, the Nebula Award Winners were announced. My man James Patrick Kelley, whose work Men Are Trouble was nominated for best novelette, didn’t win. Bummer. We are still behind JPK. In three months the Hugo’s are coming up. JPK’s novella Burn has been nominated for best novella. You can either read (in several formats) or listen to (in MP3) Burn on Jim’s website.

Thanks to Escape Pod you can listen to the Hugo Short Story Nominees starting today.

Monday, May 8, 2006

Gremlins 2 and The Chronicles of Narnia Script - posted by Don

Thanks to Horror Lair and Vern, the third draft of Gremlins 2 is on the ‘net. Also, thanks to Just A Guy in Hollywood we can read this early, early draft of The Hundred Year Winter which was filmed as The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. These can be experienced on the Movie Scripts and Screenplays page.

I finally got the Unproduced Script of the Day converted to the new look.

The Nebula Award Winners were announced. (Thanks to Escape Pod for the heads up).

-Don

Sunday, May 7, 2006

Twelve original scripts - posted by Don

For your consideration there are twelve original scripts up on the unproduced scripts page.

Written in haste,

-Don

Friday, May 5, 2006

Ticker and They?re made out of meat. - posted by Don

Thanks to Ken and Daily Script there is an early, early draft of Paul Margolis’ Ticker. That would be on the movie scripts and screenplays page.

They Are Made Of MeatNow for something completely different.

Terry Bisson (Hugo and Nebula Award Winner) wrote a hilarious short called, “They?re made out of meat“. Stephen O’Regan filmed the short story which later won Grand Prize at the Science Fiction Museum’s SF Short Film Festival in Seattle in February of this year. You can view it here. If it doesn’t work you can try viewing it on Atom Films or on You Tube. If the video doesn’t work, you can read the story and use your imagination.



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Tuesday, May 2, 2006

Howl’s Moving Castle - posted by Don

Hey, all. On the Anime page we have a pretty good transcript of Howl’s Moving Castle. Thanks to Sci Fi Scripts for this one.

Monday, May 1, 2006

34 original scripts - posted by Don

On the Unproduced Scripts page there are thirty-four original scripts up for your reading pleasure.

Don

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