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Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Pilot Teleplays and Godfather and Last Action Hero - post author Don

Before I begin, just a quick word to all the up and coming scripts sites out there. Folks, I’ve gotten quite a few e-mails from scripts sites lamenting the fact that a lot of sites out there are deep linking to scripts, passing them off as their own, without giving props to the folks who took the time to get the scripts online. This is counter-productive. Please, give props to the script sites that post scripts on their site. You will be rewarded ten fold. Too many script sites stop posting scripts because nobody acknowledges the work they do or simply leach the script away to another site. Be like ScriptCrawler. He shows you where the scripts are and who took the time to get the script on the ‘net. Also, marvel at ScriptCrawler’s new look. Shiny.

So, on to the scripts. See the pilot? Yep, a ton of pilot scripts on the ‘net. Just another Guy in Hollywood has four pilots up – Supernatural, Arrested Development, The Five Mrs. Buchanens: Pilot and Dark Shadows. He’s also got a few more teleplays up, too numerous to mention. Those and other ‘pilots’ available on the TV Scripts page.

On the Movie Scripts front, Thanks to “pisant” for the heads up on this script to Godfather part 3 thanks to Screentalk. And, thanks to Vern (God love ’em) and Awesome Film we have a compare and contrast opportunity. Compare and contrast the first draft of Last Action Hero by Zak Penn and Adam Leff with the draft revised by Shane Black and David Arnott and doctored by William Goldman. You may begin your seven page essay on the movie scripts page. – Don

Monday, June 12, 2006

Pilot scripts and original scripts and 16 blocks screenplay - post author Don

Quick update on the TV scripts page. Thanks to Just a Guy in Hollywood you can read a couple of pilot scripts from West Wing and Prison Break. Thanks to Screentalk you can read the pilot to 24.

On the unproduced scripts page there are twenty new and revised scripts up for your reading pleasure.

On the Movie Scripts page there is a draft of 16 Blocks thanks to Nick and Daily Script. – Don

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Get Rich or Die Trying script, Hustle & Flow script and nine unproduced scripts - post author Don

Thanks to Nick and The Daily Script youy get a double dose of the rap. There is the second revised draft of Untitled 50 Cent Project which was filmed as Get Rich Or Die Trying and an original shooting draft of Hustle & Flow. So, Hustle on over to the movie scripts page or Die Tryin’.

On the unproduced scripts page there are another nine new or revised scripts up for your reading pleasure. – Don

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Another Lost teleplay - post author Don

Thanks Tell, for the heads up on another Lost Teleplay. The site formeraly knows as “The Hatch” and now known as “pressExecute” has got Outlaws up. Check it out on the TV Scripts or Teleplays or TV transcripts page.

Must Love Dogs Great movie.

Afghan food is good. The Panjshir has good food. I recommend the Sambosay Goshti and the Qaubili Palau. If you are a spicy wuss like me, do NOT stick your Nan in the green sauce. Seriously. I’m so taking the fat Kid and the skinny Kid there next week. “Try this green sauce.” I’m such a mean Dad… – Don

Nine unproduced scripts - post author Don

Starting to mix things up here. Rather than put the unproduced scripts up once a week, I’m going to try to get a few up every other day or so. This batch there are nine new unproduced scripts up on the unproduced scripts page.

For you Sin City freaks, you might enjoy listening to Variant Frequencies podcast of the Failed Cities Monologues very noir with a Sin City feel. Don’t have a iPod? Don’t need one. You can listen to them right on your computer. When you get to Variant FrequenciesClick on the little symbol and the story will play on your computer. – Don

Friday, June 9, 2006

Lost teleplays, Crazy Love screenplay and a couple of South Park scripts - post author Don

The Hatch is now and has moved to Not only that, but they have three more Lost scripts up, Solitary, Raised by Another and Hearts and Minds. The Weekly Script is back from vacation with two more South Park scripts. Kids, these are scripts or teleplays if you will. Not transcripts. Regardless, those teleplays can be found by following the path to the TV Scripts (and transcripts) page.

On the movie scripts page, thanks to Script Chick and DailyScript you can read this draft of Committed (which was filmed as “Crazy Love”). This movie script would be on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

Thursday, June 8, 2006

Wild Things 3 and Clue movie scripts - post author Don

If you enjoyed Wild Things which I did and found it to be one of the trippiest thriller/mysteries ever, then you may enjoy Andy Hurst & Ross Helford’s penned Rough Diamonds which was filmed as Wild Things: Diamonds in the Rough the third in the trippy Wild Things franchise. Both of these are available on Daily Script.

For those of you who don’t have one, here is a Clue! Awesome Film has a clue. The “clue” they have is the 1985 shooting draft (in two parts – pdf) of Clue. Not some cruddy transcript, but the actual script. These can be found on the Movie Scripts page.

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Thirteen original movie scripts - post author Don

Thirteen original movie scripts up on the unproduced original scripts page


Tuesday, June 6, 2006

The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions scripts - post author Don

As most of you are aware, well, as most script dorks are aware, there are three drafts of The Matrix available on the ‘net. However, up until yesterday, when you typed in “The Matrix Revolution Script” all that google had to offer up were fan boy transcripts transcribed from watching the movie. While noble endevours, there is nothing like seeing how the later movies were envisioned by the screenwriters. Now, thanks to “The One” and Horror Lair early drafts of The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions are available on the ‘net. For those of you who need a recap of the three drafts of The Matrix, Horrorlair has identified those for you, too.

The blue pill and the red pill can be found on the Movie Scripts page.


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