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February 29, 2004 - Congratulations to Frances Walsh, Philippa Boyens, Peter Jackson for their Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Congratulation to Sofia Coppola for best Original Screenplay for Lost in Translation

On the Unproduced Scripts page there are several new scripts. Alan is back with two episodes of The Creator, Joseph teaches us about The Effects of Marijuana. Dan has The Awakening, Robert has the second in his series Ambassador Service and John has his seventh in his On Our Own series. Lastly, Westly brings us his script, The Obscure.

February 26, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to M and The Great American Screenplay we have the 1980 Oscar winner for Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen Melvin and Howard

It is Oscar madness. So many Oscar scripts this week.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have eleven new scripts for your reading pleasure. They run the gamet from comedy to horror, thriller to drama.

February 25, 2004 - Thank to Green Wasabi who muses "There's controversy around the soon-to-be-released The Passion of the Christ, Charlize Theron is nominated for an Oscar and won a Golden Globe for Monster, and Al Pacino won a Golden Globe for Angels in America. Seems like a good time to share the revised shooting script for The Devil's Advocate..." So, with help from Daily Script, Check out Devil's Advocate on the Movie Scripts page.

Folks, of the ten Oscar nominated scripts this year, there is only one script on the net Lord of the Rings: Return of the King and one transcript of Finding Nemo. What of the other eight? They ain't on the 'net. However, there is an option for you.

February 23, 2004 - Thanks to the mysterious M for the heads up on this Ewan McGregor flick Velvet Goldmine courtesy of Moulin Goldmine. Read it on the Movie Scripts page.

Also, if you have a moment, check out Empire Arts Resources - A resource for lyricists, playwrights, poets, and screenwriters, and for those looking for lyrics, plays, poems, and screenplays.

February 22, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to for this June 14, 2002 draft of Something's Gotta Give

February 21, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to for this draft of The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King. Pretty cool, huh?

On the Unproduced Scripts page, a short, scientific, horrifying update. Chris brings us his short The Breakfast Club and Matthew has his short The Engine Room. Freak has episode four of New Dawn. Michael brings out I, The Rotting, Tommy is back with Until NightFall and Keith brings us a two-fer with Toys in the Attic one and two.

February 19, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to Movie Page and Green Wasabi for this first draft of The Life of David Gale. Word has it that this draft brought Kevin Spacey on board the project. Pretty cool, huh?

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have a new episodes of The Creator, a revised draft of The Gory Years and corrected links for Chris & Sunday

February 17, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks again to the "sort of mysterious M" and a new site The Great American Screenplay we have Lost in America

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have two new scripts from Matt C, Jason X: Time to Die and When the World Ends, and we have Richards's sci fi piece Voyage

February 16, 2004 - On the Unproduced Page we have nine scripts. Justin has his short script Genius, F. Scott has two scripts up, Mercy House Split (draft 2) and the conclusion of Hellblazer. The Goose, Casey, Darren and Max are back with new scripts.

February 14, 2004 - We have a Valentine's gift from the semi-mysterious M. On the Movie Scripts page we have The Psycho and unproduced script by the late, great Michael O'Donoghue.

On the Unproduced Scripts page, Matt G brings out his historical script The First Christmas, Matt C has his sequel to Fate with Fate 2, Wesley has And All Your Bad Days Will End... and there are other scripts to choose from.

Happy Valentine's Day, Judy. Wo ai ni, bi tian gao, bi hai shen

February 13, 2004 - Check out the Television Scripts page for three scripts from 1-800 Missing. Thanks to Lee Goldberg's Adventures in Television.

February 12, 2004 - A Valentine's message from the mysterious M. On the Radio Scripts and Transcripts page find a recently posted Vic and Sade script and two recently posted transcripts from the "fantasy anthology series for people who don't like fantasy anthology series" Quiet Please

On the Unproduced Scripts page, Alan brings us a two-parter in the Banana Chan series.

On the TV Scripts and Transcripts page, we have a transcript of Wire in the Blood thanks to Anthology and a transcript of 24 thanks to Scripts For Free

February 11, 2004 - is back. Uh... had a slight domain name server entry malfunction. But, uh, everything's perfectly all right now. We're fine. We're all fine here, now. Thank you. How are you?

February 10, 2004 - On the Movie Scrpts page, thanks to Green Wasabi and The Daily Script we have yet another draft of Three Kings. This time it is the revised final draft, probably shooting draft. Go to the Movie Scripts page and read that as well as two earlier drafts. I'll want to see five pages (double spaced, one inch margins) comparing and contrasting them on my desk tomorrow.

February 8, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to AllMovieScripts we have The Cooler.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have twelve new scripts. Alan has his second Banana Chan episode, Matt has a short Hard Sell, Chris has a short, samarai script with Daizen, Al has his take on The Office and many, many more!

3rd Annual Movie Awards voting is up. You have until February 12th to vote. So exercise your right to vote for The Golden Schmoes.

Check out a search engine and directory of links to websites about science fiction, fantasy covering speculative fiction in: television, books, authors, movies, RPG's, games and collectables.

February 6, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, thanks to Green Wasabi and The Daily Script we have a shooting draft of Sweet November (which starred Oscar nominated actress Charlize Theron).

February 4, 2004 - On the Unproduced Scripts Page, Alan unleashes the first episode of Banana Chan, Future Boy.

February 3, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts page, news that John August has posted a spec script and final production draft of Go.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have a revised final draft of Knight's Bane by Sean, a spec script for The Office by Fitten, a short horror piece entitled I've come for you and lastely Matt brings us part three of The .

February 1, 2004 - On the Unproduced Scripts page, thirteen new scripts. Among them are Sheepdogg's King of Elves, a lot of short scripts by two Matt C's and Kessler has The Mercy House Split (Note: "The Mercy House Split" has been removed at the request of the author.). There are updated virtual episodes of New Dawn, On Our Own, and Shakira.

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