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Monday, August 13, 2007

Wild Hogs - post author Don

Wild HogsThanks to Awesome Film and “Drew”, read this first revised draft of Brad Copeland Wild Hogs. Yes, the script has “Hell’s Angels” in it. It was later revised to the Del Fuegoes after Hell’s Angel threatened to sue Disney. Skip onover to the Movie Scripts page and check it out.


Sunday, August 12, 2007

More unproduced scripts - post author Don

Hey Folks,

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have thirty new or revised scripts up.

You might be interested in following the adventures Chris who is a story board artist working on his first script.

Apparently, I’m a spammer. At least that is what my hosting provider thinks. E-mails sent out on my domain are kicked back to me as “UBE’s” Unsolicited Bulk Emails. Apparently, some spammer or other party wishing me ill-will has been using in their email address whilst sending out spam. The result. The legitimate me can’t get many emails out. So, for those of you who never received the SimplyScripts Newsletter or notification about your script being posted, you may want to check your Junk Mail folder and add ‘webmaster(at) to your ‘trusted’ list. I don’t send spam. I do, however, send crappy newsletters. You are always welcome to unsubscribe. Sigh. – Don

Thursday, August 9, 2007

Tall in the Saddle and Devil in Blue scripts - post author Don

Thanks to Dennis for the heads up on this from The Weekly Script – read Tall in the Saddle a 1944 John Wayne western.

Thanks to JBM for the heads up on this 1995 Crime/Thriller Devil in a Blue Dress over on Daily Script. These both would be found on the Movie Scripts page. – Don

Monday, August 6, 2007

Serenity Script - post author Don

Thanks to anonymous and Sci Fi Scripts read this April 2004 un-numbered draft of Joss Whedon wildly popular Serenity. That would be on the movie scripts page.

On the TV Scripts (and transcripts) page we have a number of transcripts to the British Sci-Fi show Blake’s 7. Thanks to Dan for the heads up and Judith’s Blake’s 7 page.

Thanks to everyone who has been reading and reviewing the scripts from the One Week Challenge. – Don

Sunday, August 5, 2007

Scripts for the One Week Challenge are live! - post author Don

Time to get reading. The scripts for the One Week Challenge in which writers were asked to write a thriller in a week on the topic of this boat. The entries are in. Check out the scripts and talk about ’em on the discussion board.

This month’s One Week Challenge is sponsored by: – They turn scripts into mp3s! You upload a script – they record it using professional readers and picky sound editors – you download your iScript! Burn CDs, listen on your iPod, submit it to execs, producers, agents. Now people can hear your script while driving, jogging or relaxing.

Saturday, August 4, 2007

Resident Evil Game, Unproduced Scripts and Tick, Tock on the OWC - post author Don

Resident Evil: Extinction is coming soon to theaters. Up until a couple of years ago, I wasn’t a big fan of the Zombie/Horror genre. I came across George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead on and the rest is history. I’ve burned through about all movies of the zombie genre that I can get my hands on. Check out this great public service film What to do in a Zombie Attack. While waiting for the latest Resident Evil movie, play the Resident Evil game.

The world as we know it, no longer exists. The Earth now belongs to the Undead. The key to survival in this new world is to keep moving…

A small resistance survives by scavenging abandoned towns for whatever fuel is still left. With all of the surrounding cities sucked dry of fuel, your only chance of reaching Alaska (and finding other survivors) is to scour Las Vegas for any remaining fuel.

Choose your convoy vehicles and make your way through Las Vegas in search of survivors and fuel. In each level you will be given a mission that describes where you must drive your convoy. Once you?ve reached the mission point, use the weapons you?ve collected to defend your convoy against blood thirsty zombies. Check out the game here.

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page we have eleven new or revised scripts up. I have a few more to get up before I start to unleash the scripts for the One Week Challenge. – Don

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