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Friday, May 30, 2008

ScriptGirl - posted by Don

ScriptGirl brings you the weekly script update for the week ending May 30th with a divorced couple banding together to kidnap their daughter pre-wedding, a treasure hunter goes to jail to find treasure, ouiji boards and geeks, freaks and jocks.

Remember what ScriptGirl sez, “You can’t sell it, if you don’t write it.” – Don

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Day of the Dead remake - posted by Don

Thanks to Wade for the heads up on this latest from Bloody Disgusting. Read Jeffrey Reddick’s undated forth draft to the remake of George Romero’s Day of the Dead. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Better Days Episode 06 “This is my Show B*tch” - posted by Don

Better Days Pub & Eatery 166 N. Main St. Wellsville, NY 14895Better Days Episode 06 “This is my Show B*tch”
by Steven Cameron

Death… Destruction… Mayhem… The three main ingredients and nobody is safe, the most unpredictable episode yet. A different approach, one time only. The episode focuses on Casey and his journey, where will it all go? Who dies? Who survives? Find out this week on… Better Days… It’s an Invasion baby! 25 pages

Short Series – Comedy
Rated R (for language)

Read the script (25 pages – html format). Discuss the script. Listen to the script:

{note: This audio recording is released under a Creative Commons, attribution, noncommercial, no derivatives 3.0 license. You can share the audio recording in its entirety, but you can’t change it or sell it. }

Catch up with the rest of the series!

Better Days Episode 0 “The Original Pilot”
Better Days Episode 01 “Red Phoenix”
Better Days Episode 02 “Pop Up & Go”
Better Days Episode 03 “Jason vs. The Giant Chicken of Doom”
Better Days Episode 04 ‘The Four of Us”
Better Days Episode 05 “Three Ways to Hell”
Better Days Episode 05.5 “The Intruder”

Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Look! Up in the sky! - posted by Don

It’s yet another unproduced/rejected Superman script draft. This one is Superman Reborn (no, not the Poirier version). Thanks Dan for the heads up on this August 23, 1992 third draft script by Mark Jones and Cary Bates (Story by Ilya Salkind, Mark Jones and Cary Bates) of Superman Reborn brought to you by the most excellent Superman Cinema. Rather than take the time to hop over to the Movie Scripts page (where you can read a bunch of other excellent scripts) you could hop over to the Superman Reborn page of Superman Cinema. It is in three parts and in pdf format. – Don

Sunday, May 25, 2008

A few more unproduced works - posted by Don

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page there are a mere six new scripts up as I spent most of the day upgrading the site to WordPress 2.5.1, which while quite easy, I still managed to over complicate. – Don

Friday, May 23, 2008

ScriptGirl script sales report - posted by Don

ScriptGirl with the weekly script update for the week ending May 23rd. A college student has an affair with his boss’s wife, an ex-cop turned PI investigating curruption in the Big Apple, adultry, and other Marvel property and another Highlander script sold.


Remember what ScriptGirl sez, “You can’t sell it, if you don’t write it”. – Don

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Unproduced Scripts - posted by Don

Still digging my way out of nearly three weeks of downtime with a dead Discussion Board (which is back up, by the way), I’ve gotten another 23 original unproduced scripts up over on the Unproduced Scripts page. Ayham has heavily revised his wester The Giant Elk. Cindy, who generally leans toward the dark and scary has a short four page light, magic and fun script with Fairy Land Jubilee. Barrett has the sixth installment of his series Uncaged. Read those and more on the Unproduced Scripts page.

Submitters. I will get to your work. You will get an email from me regardless of whether I post your work or not. Please be patient, I’m screamingly behind. – Don

Saturday, May 17, 2008

The Roughshod, Hero, I Am Legend scripts and the script sales report. - posted by Don

Another draft of The Mist, another draft of 3:10 to Yuma and the filmed version of I am Legend – all these from PDFscreenplays.net.

Thanks to Donovan and Daily Script there is David Webb People’s forth draft of Hero. Notice the end of the script where there is an audience of Monkeys. Yes, David Webb People’s of 12 Monkeys fame which came out after Hero.

Thanks to The Weekly Script read The Roughshod. Those and more are on the Movie Scripts page.

Lastly, scripts sales for the weekend ending May 16th from ScriptGirl. She’s funny and hot and everything I’m not. – Don

Friday, May 16, 2008

Discussion Board is back up! - posted by Don

Hi Gang!

Well, after a lot of time, the discussion board is back up. Please note the new url:

http://www.simplyscripts.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl.

If you were wondering what the heck happened. I still do not know. For some reason on the script just stopped running on the dot net server. After hours on with tech support and a lot of research into pathing and what not, I’m still no closer to finding out what happened.

Apologies for the delay. It took forever to download the old board and upload it to the new location and then figure out all the message and image pathing changes.

if you find any broken images on the discussion board, let me know. Also, if you have any internal links on the discussion board to your script threads, you will have to change them from simplyscripts.net to simplyscripts.com. – Don

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