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Monday, June 29, 2009

Stranger Things Episode 5 Disconnect - posted by Don

Thanks to Earl Newton (Creator / Executive Producer of Stranger Things), we have the script (in pdf format) to Stranger Things Episode 5 Disconnect.

When their prize reality star goes missing, a monolithic network enlists the aid of the entire world to find him.

Written by Earl Newton. Story by Earl Newton and J. C. Hutchins

The rundown:
Watch Disconnect
Read the script (pdf)
Check Out the scripts to previous episodes of Stranger Things, the only science fiction anthology shot in High Def.

Friday, June 26, 2009

ScriptGirl script sales report for week ending 6/26 - posted by Don

ScriptGirl script sales report for week ending 6/26

US military prisoners sent on a mission to retrieve something in exchange for a pardon. Perhaps they should call it Dirty Dozen 2… Hitman 2, sequel to Hitman – super assassin and Women go on business trip but don’t do business.

Oh, yes. SimplyScripts is on the vaca. Brb. – Don

Monday, June 22, 2009

S. Darko and He’s Just Not That Into You scripts - posted by Don

Thanks to Daily Script, over on the Movie Scripts page you can read a July 20, 2007 unspecified draft of He’s Just Not That Into You by Abby Kohn & Marc Silverstein (based on the book by Greg Behrendt & Liz Tuccillo). Thanks to anonymous for the heads up on the straight to video ‘sequel’ to Donnie Darko entitled S. Darko. This would be an undated 2nd draft by Nathan Atkins and again would be found on Scribd or drop.io. – Don

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Earthsea and Harper’s Island - posted by Don

Teleplays! Thanks to Brandon for the heads up on the Pilot teleplay to Harper’s Island. Basically, Henry and Trish are getting married and a serial killer offs the guests one by one.

Thanks to Russell for the heads up on the screenplay of A Wizard of Earthsea. A while back, SciFi Channel took a stab at it and failed miserably. Behold for your reading pleasure, what it could have been – an undated, unspecified and unfortunately unused draft of A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. LeGuin and director Michael Powell, which might have been the greatest fantasy film ever made with Sir Ralph Richardson playing the dragon.

Tottle over to the TV Scripts page.

Happy Father’s Day

Happy Mid Summer.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Unproduced scripts! - posted by Don

There are another 60 or so unproduced scripts up on the Unproduced Scripts page. I scanned the loglines and since I feel in a little post apocalyptic mood today, might I recommend (or give the kiss of death to)…

Crick – a little bit “The Road” and “World War Z” with some “Mad Max” tossed in. With the society in shambles after an epic epidemic, life is tough. Lexas is saved by a mysterious man named Crick and finds herself swept into a nomadic group of wanderers, left behinds, train pirates and sub human Ravagers

And there is Volcanic IceWhen the Mt. Erebus volcano erupts in Antarctica, a group of student geologists struggle to escape the area

World coming to an end not working for you? There are also a ton of shorts and comedies, too over on the Unproduced Scripts page. – Don

ScriptGirl script sales report for week ending June 19th - posted by Don

Family battles demonic activity in Rhode Island, woman sees dark underbelly of pharmaceutical industry, ex-cop recruited to enter the mind of dead people and international espionage.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Soulshadows II: DaVinci’s Doll - posted by Don

Soulshadows II is a weekly supernatural anthology series. Join Tanis, each week, as she highlights an item from her collection – each one containing the shadow of a very special soul.

Next up is DaVinci’s Doll by Steven Cameron , Tanis by: Robert Newcomer.

After meeting his hero, Amateur ventriloquist Dale Oliver receives a mysterious gift. 27 pages (pdf format).

Rated PG-13 for bad language and ventriloquism.

Listen to the Script {If you only got half the story, please try again. I fixed what was broken. Thanks to me for the heads up.}

Discuss this script on the Discussion Board

Check out Steven’s comedy series Better Days.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Vid clip of upcoming The Taking of Pelham 1,2,3 - posted by Don

Opens this Friday in the US. Here is an exclusive featurette of The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3. More clippage on the Official Site

Did you know that Walter Garber was named “Walter” after Walter Matthau who played Garber in the original movie?






Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Wolverine! and Tropic of Thunder - posted by Don

Thanks to phuturclash for the heads up on these two from the most excellent JoBlo.com.

There is an unspecified June ’06 draft of X-Men Origin: Wolverine and a September ’06 revised draft of Tropic of Thunder. They are to be found on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

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