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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

How to eat Fried Worms unproduced script - post author Don

Thanks to “Magnet_Breath” and “John” for the heads up on this unproduced version of How to Eat Fried Worms. John August posted his first paid screenwriting gig – adapting Thomas Rockwell’s novel to the screen. John’s version didn’t make it to the big screen. You can get more on the back story on Note: this is not the Bob Dolman version that came out this year. Tottle on over to the Movie Scripts page to read more. – Don

Monday, September 25, 2006

Unproduced Scripts - post author Don

On the Unproduced Scripts page there are twenty-one unproduced scripts up for your reading pleasure.

For those of you who missed the premire of Studio 60, there is an early draft of the pilot on the TV Scripts page. – Don

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Idiocracy aka Untitled Mike Judge Project aka 3001 script - post author Don

read the idiocracy scriptThis just in from “ScriptChick” and “Beevus”. “Beevus” writes, “…since you can’t see Idiocracy, you can read the script at my fan site Free Idiocracy…”

I never really gave the movie much thought, but after reading the August, 2003 draft of the script, I thought it was brilliant. The plot of the movie is loosely based on a short story by Cyril M. Kornbluth called The Marching Morons. I’m sure the movie, if and when it is available for wider consumption, is going to be much different from the script. As it turns out that the film was released in only a few hundred theatres. Apparently the studio has done nothing to promote the film and won’t release it to a larger audience. Neighter the studio nor Mike Judge have said exactly why. Interestingly enough, thought, there is an listing for the dvd, however it isn’t available for purchase. There is an audio review of Idiocracy from NPR called A Paucity of Publicity for ‘Idiocracy’ which sheds a little light on the mystery. – Don

Unproduced Scripts, Radio and Podiobooks - post author Don

On the unproduced scripts page there are six new scripts up.

Thanks to M for the heads up on on National Surety Secret Cases: The Cameo Pin Clue on the radio scripts page.

Just a heads up that has finished the server migration and are up and running. – Don

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

More scripts - post author Don

On the unproduced scripts page we have 18 new or revised scripts up.

Thanks to Kim for helping me clear up some errors in the glossary. Corrections and clarifications are always welcome. – Don

Saturday, September 16, 2006

The Good Girl and 15 original scripts - post author Don

Thanks to Laura for the heads up on the good transcript of The Good Girl from Aniston Center. The link is on the movie scripts page.

On the unproduced scripts page we have 15 original scripts up for your reading pleasure. – Don

Friday, September 15, 2006

Verizon Surround and why there haven’t been a lot of updates - post author Don is why there haven’t been a lot of updates to the site, lately. Now that Verizon Surround is up and out and I’m working less insane hours, there should be quite a few updates to the site over the next couple of days. – Don

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Transformers, again - post author Don

Thanks to “G” for the third heads up on an early draft of Transformers making an appearance on the ‘net, again. Since the script is popping up and coming down so quickly, I’d suggest you just do a Google search on the filename – primedirectivebman02%5b1%5d%5b1%5d.28.06.pdf. That should give you a list of locations, some of which may still be live.

The script was written by John Rogers with revisions by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (in IMDB it has John Rogers as contributing only the story with Alex and Roberto as screenwriters). There is an indirect link on the Movie Scripts Page. – Don

Sunday, September 10, 2006

Nosferatu transcript and a few unproduced scripts - post author Don

On the unproduced scripts page there are five new or revised scripts up for your reading pleasure.

On Public Domain Torrents I ran across the movie Nosferatu as a free download (or you can watch it streaming). You can also read an excellent transcript courtesy of Horror Lair.

I’m listening to Shadowmagic by John Lenahan. Shadowmagic is a fun fantasy adventure novel very loosely based on Irish mythology. Conor is a teenager whisked away to Tir na Nog, the mystical land of the ancient Celts. – Don

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