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Sunday, February 25, 2007

Congratulations screenwriters - posted by Don

Congratulations to William Monahan for best adapted screenplay – The Departed – Thanks to Warner Bros.

Congratulations to Michael Arndt for best original screenplay – Little Miss Sunshine – Thanks to DailyScript.

Interesting that the two winners were two of the three nominated scripts available on the ‘net.
Read other Oscar scripts. – Don

2 Comments so far


Ridley Scott
February 27th, 2007 at 9:24 pm

I enjoyed seeing your movies and often wondered if you would consider this medium (the big screen) making more movies based on historical true events? I have to admit I’m always interested in seeing a movie based with truth from the past. As many people. Also many of our younger viewers enjoyed such films as the Gladiators, Troy, Alexander etc…The remake of the movie Cleopatra or something like the story of the life of King Solomon and so on. I believe that instead of just getting entertained, our younger viewers are interested in viewing history on the big screen too.


SimplyScripts - Free Movie Scripts and Screenplays » Ratatouille script and more scripts up for Oscar consideration
December 20th, 2007 at 5:41 pm

[...] online. Only Warner Bros and Picture House studios put up their own scripts on studio sites. The winners for best adapted screenplay and best original screenplay last year just so happened to be the two [...]

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