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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Godfather III and Big screenplays - posted by Don

Thanks to “No credit for these” and Awesome Film we have the July 2, 1987 revised draft of Big by Gary Ross & Anne Spielberg (yes, sister of Stephen ). “NCFT” writes, Since Big is coming out in a special edition dvd [on March 27th] that whole issue of the “alternate ending” has come back. Hopefully if this gets posted that rumor will be put to rest once and for all.

Back in the late 70′s Paramount tried to put together a Godfather Part III without Coppola and Puzo on the screenplay. Read Dean Rieser’s take on it. Needless to say, it was never produced.

Mosey on down to the Movie Scripts page to check them out. – Don

Peekvid.comThanks SciFiScripts for the heads up on this wonderful site PeekVid which aggregates video feeds from popular movies and tv shows. So, if you are keen on a peek at Torch Wood or other shows you’ve missed, do give it a look.

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jason
January 29th, 2007 at 2:12 pm

I think PeekVid is one of the best sites on the internet at the moment, i think in my personal opinion its better than youtube.

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