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Featured unproduced script of the month is back.
Featured Script of the Month.
Thanks to Awesome Film and Krasimir we can read this draft of Paul Haggis’ Crash. And, thanks to Daily Script and “Vern” we can read Shane Black’s Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang. Check ‘em out on the Movie Scripts page.
Every year, Writer’s Guild of America (west) puts out a series of unproduced scripts. This month’s edition of Written By features five unproduced teleplays by established TV writers. You can find them on the TV Scripts page.
And, there are fifteen new or revised scripts up on the unproduced scripts page.
What do you get when you mix Robin Williams, Holly Hunter, Giovanni Ribisi, Woody Harrelson, Tim Blake Nelson and W. Earl Brown together in Alaska with a dead body? You get The Big White. Thanks to Ryan for all the backing and forthing to arrange simplyscripts hosting this script and “Z” for the additional formatting options and Ascendant Pictures for this exclusive movie script. Read Collin Friesen The Big White. Do you go to the movie script page? Don’t need to. You can check out The Big White page and select your choice of format – html, pdf or final draft and have yourself a read and find out while Robin Williams looks unhappy. – Don
On the unproduced, original scripts page there are 13 new or revised unproduced, original scripts up for your reading pleasure.
Thanks to The Smoking Gun you can read a few pages from Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center. How? Chris Moukarbel, 28-year-old artist, made a 12 minute film with student actors adapted from an early draft of Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center. Needless to say Paramount sued and the twelve minute film was removed from the artist web site. Pages of the script and a side-by-side comparison can be found on the movie scripts page. – Don
On the unproduced scripts page there are eleven new or revised scripts up for your reading pleasure.
On the unproduced scripts page we have ten new or revised scripts up.
Movie-ing over to the movie scripts page we have three new scripts up on the ‘net. Thanks to Crystal for the heads up on Lucid Vision entertainment’s script to Custoday. Thanks to Nick and Daily Script for these two recent film scripts, Alfie and Beauty Shop.
Lastly, thanks Hal for the heads up on the screenwriting credit error for Crazylove. The screenwriter is Carol Watson. Hal is the producer. Apologies for the error. – Don
Entertainment Weekly magazine has released their Top 100 Best Entertainment Websites for 2006. Imagine my surprise to find that JoBlo.com put SimplyScripts.com in such august company as Dark Horizons and RogerEbert.com. EW selected the Top 25 Entertainment Websites and asked each of those Top 25 to select 3 websites as their top picks. Berge, over at JoBlo.com was selected as a Top 25 website. He, in turn, selected SimplyScripts along with Dark Horizons and RogerEbert.com. Thanks JoBlo for picking our dorky little website. Also, the biggest thanks go to the readers, contributors and writers who visit SimplyScript and help support the site. Thanks! You can check out the Top 100 Best Entertainment Websites for 2006 now, or buy the June 23, 2006 issue of Entertainment Weekly. – Don