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Monday, January 1, 2007

Smokin’ Aces script - posted by Don

Thanks to JBM for the heads up on this one.

Smokin’ Joe Carnahan is my new hero. It is so rare for a writer/director to put their work out on the ‘net. Thanks to Smokin’ Joe Carnahan you can read this early draft of Smokin’ Aces. According to Carnahan’s blog, the draft made available represents, in Joe’s words, “The script I submitted to Universal, which really represents the version they greenlit. Lot of changes in the final film, including the ending (although we did shoot the scripted ending, it goes to that wonderful orphanage known as the DVD deleted scenes section, to be claimed by its loving parent later) and other misc twists and turns.”

Smokin’ Aces comes out January 26th. This is on my must see list since we got Jeremy Piven playing a Las Vegas performer-turned-snitch who decides to turn state’s evidence and testify against the mob. We got Ray Liotta, Ben Affleck, Justin Batemen and Alicia Keys trying to either kill him or keep him alive. We got a lot of violence from the guy who brought you “Narc”. Check out the trailer, then check out the script on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

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