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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Hot Tub Time Machine script and others - posted by Don

Thanks to The Script Collector, you can read a very, very, very early draft of Hot Tub Time Machine. This early draft is screamingly different from the final product. A good read, nonetheless.

Thanks to Wes for the heads up that The Warriors Movie Site is back from the dead and you can again read Walter Hill’s June 20, 1978 draft of the script Warriors.

The Screenplay Database has a three-fer for you. You can read She’s Out of My League, While She Was Out and Valentine’s Day (and I’m sure a ton of other scripts.

Thank you Karl for pointing out that Matthew Dressel’s The Sandwich Days should now be featured in the Movie Scripts section of the site. It is now there to read and enjoy.

In other news, half of the writing team of Robotard8000 has, true to his word, taken down his latest script Die Screaming. If anyone has a script review, please let me know, I’d like to post a link or host the review. I’d write my own script review, but I’m puttnig the finishing touches on my masterpiece, Cease to live whilst uttering a long, loud piercing cry.

Find these scripts (sans Die Screaming) over on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

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