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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Transformers 2 Treatment - post author Don

Over on the Treatments page, the fine folks over at My Movie Scripts have a purported treatment of Transformers 2 (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen). It is dated October 2, 2007 with the author blanked out. Here is a puzzle. According to IMDB, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman and Ehren Kruger spent two weeks writing a treatment, which they handed in the night before the strike began. However, the strike began November 5, 2007. This draft is October 2, 2007. And, the blanked out area on the treatement is too small to list all three names. I’m pretty sure this is not the Orci, Kurtzman and Kruger treatment. For all I know, it could be fan fic or a rejected treatment. Regardless, the treatment is a whopping 6 megs and in pdf format

You can find this and other treatments over on the Treatments, Step Sheets and Synopsis page. – Don

ScriptGirl - post author Don

ScriptGirl sales report for week ending 2/27/09

Husband fights off sexual advances of rent a womb, new zombie having trouble adjusting to being undead, a group of American civil war reenactors go back in time to the US civil war and biopic of Robert Mapplethorpe

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Inglourious Basterds script - post author Don

Thanks to Stev over at MyMovieScripts for the heads up on this one.

Thanks to Cineobscure read Inglourious Basterds – July 2, 2008 ‘last draft’ script by Quentin Tarantino – hosted by: Cineobscure – in pdf format

In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a group of Jewish-American soldiers known as “The Basterds” are chosen specifically to spread fear throughout the Third Reich by scalping and brutally killing Nazis. The Basterds soon cross paths with a French-Jewish teenage girl who runs a movie theater in Paris which is targeted by the soldiers.

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Sunday, February 22, 2009

How did you guess? - post author Don

I didn’t guess, I knew. I run a dorky screenwriting website…

Congratulations to the screenwriters.

Winner, Best Original Screenplay

Milk – undated, unspecified draft script by Dustin Lance Black – hosted by: Focus Films – in pdf format

The story of California’s first openly gay elected official, Harvey Milk, a San Francisco supervisor who was assassinated along with Mayor George Moscone by San Francisco Supervisor Dan White.

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Winner, Best Adapted Screenplay

Slumdog Millionaire – August, 15, 2007 draft script by Simon Beaufoy (based on the novel by Vikas Swarup) – hosted by: Fox Searchlight – in pdf format

The story of how impoverished Indian teen Jamal Malik became a contestant on the Hindi version of “Who Wants to be A Millionaire?” — an endeavor made without prize money in mind, rather, an effort to prove his love for his friend Latika, who is an ardent fan of the show.

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Spirit Award script winners - post author Don

Winner Spirit Award for Best First Screenplay

Milk – undated, unspecified draft script by Dustin Lance Black – hosted by: Focus Films – in pdf format

The story of California’s first openly gay elected official, Harvey Milk, a San Francisco supervisor who was assassinated along with Mayor George Moscone by San Francisco Supervisor Dan White.

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Winner Spirit Award for Best Screenplay

Vicky Cristina Barcelona – undated, unspecified draft script by Woody Allen – hosted by: Weinstein Brothers – in pdf format

Two girlfriends on a summer holiday in Spain become enamored with the same painter, unaware that his ex-wife, with whom he has a tempestuous relationship, is about to re-enter the picture.

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ScriptGirl Sales Report for week ending 2/20 - post author Don

ScriptGirl Sales Report for week ending 2/20

In the Year 2085 Elite Forces are dispatched to fight crime, a working man from Queens discovers he is heir to the throne of an African Nation, a twelve year old swaps bodies with football player, an alien in 19th century England and Academy Awards are coming up.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

More from the Golden Age of Radio - post author Don

Big thanks for another huge update of scripts and transcripts from the golden age of radio go to the Mysterious M. There is an episode of Candy Matson: PI and an episode of Suspense Kaleidoscope – Ray Bradbury’s tale of a spaceship’s last voyage.

All in all, there are thirteen new OTR scripts and transcripts over on the Old Time Radio from the Golden Age of Radio page. – Don

Monday, February 16, 2009

Script Shack Presidents Day Sale – 25% off all scripts today only - post author Don

Head on over to Script Shack for The President’s Day Sale! All Scripts 25% off – Today only! This is the day to get to obscure script you’ve been dying to read. – Don

Army Math: Bringing It All Back Home - post author Don

Congrats to scriptwriter Sam Mills. His piece Army Math: Bringing It All Back Home was bought by University of Chicago’s euphony.

“ARMY MATH” is an eyewitness account of the bombing by the SDS Weather Underground of the University of Wisconsin’s Army Mathematics Research Center on Monday, August 24, 1970.

Sam adds, “[I]t’s an account of the effect that level of violence had on the antiwar movement downstream of the event. My piece treats the aftermath – the counterculture’s rejection of violence as a way of ending the Vietnam War – at some length.

At the time, I was a student living across University Avenue at the St. Francis House, the Episcopal Student Center, when the Madison cell of the terror group blew up the Department of Defense research facility (e.g., the Claymore mine was developed there), killing a young post-doc named Robert Fassnacht. (Though only 33, “Fass” was already one of the nation’s foremost authorities on superconductivity.)

As I write in my account – with only a modicum of poetic license – “I was blown out of bed and woke up in a carnal embrace with a stained-glass Virgin Mary.”

The 1750-pound ANFO (ammonium nitrate fuel oil) bomb devastated the campus, and for a year afterward, turned UW into “Old Plywood U.” (It was calculated that more than 38,000 square feet of plywood were required to cover all the broken windows.)

It was the most destructive act of domestic terror in American history until Tim McVeigh and Oklahoma City 25 years later. Ironically, left and right used identical munitions – though McVeigh’s bomb had an extra 100 pounds of fertilizer.”

Sam now lives in Pensacola, FL, and can be reached at sam @

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