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July 31, 2003 (Later that day) - Again, thanks to Green Wasabi for this on the Movie Scripts Page. We have The Last Boy Scout and according to GW "...the script for The Last Boy Scout, written
by Shane Black. If I remember correctly, this was
the second spec he sold for a noteworthy amount,
after Lethal Weapon.
Unfortunately I don't know if this was an early
draft or a final shooting script. Thanks also to my arch nemisis The Movie Page. 'Cuz without an arch nemisis, life gets pretty boring.
July 31, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to The Daily Script for the Academy Award winner of best adapted screenplay 1999 - The Cider House Rules. Thanks Den!
July 30, 2003 (Later That Day) - On the Movie Scripts Page - a transcript of Pirates of the Caribbean. Thanks to "dabrast" for the heads up.
July 30, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to Phutureclash and Daily Script for this unspecified draft of Toy Story
On the Unproduced Page there are 15 new scripts for your reading pleasure.
July 29, 20003 - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to Green Wasabi for Breakdown
July 28, 20003 - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to Brandon and The Daily Script for Final Destination 2
July 26, 2003 - On the Movie scripts page thanks again to "pr0nm0n" for the heads up on "25th Hour".
BTW, the Discussion Forum is back up.
On the Unproduced Scripts Page Tim brings out three short scripts based upon Eugene Field poems. Cory exhorts us to Don't Be Alone Tonight. Read to find out why. Conor brings us his take on the Hulk's early years with Hulk Junior. Graham jumps into the Video Game to Movie genre with MDK. Derek has another draft of Mobbed. And Matt has cranked out the third episode of Twilight Realm.
July 24, 2003 - On the Movie scripts page thanks to "pr0nm0n" for the heads up on three excellent scripts from Carschool Films. There is the soon to be released Planetfall and the soon to come on video Go To Hell and an unproduced prequel to GTH entitled Horror Inc.
July 22, 2003 - On the Unproduced Page there are 10 New, Original, Unproduced Scripts. A peck of shorts by Matthew, Episode 2 of "Twilight Realm" by Matt, The Goose is back with "Harry Detective", Mark brings us a psychological thriller with "Phase 1", Ivan has updated his script "Reward", and Eric brings us "Task Force 666".
On the TV Transcripts Page there are three new shows, "Family Guy", "Hunted" and "Vertias: The Quest". Thanks to Twiz.
Lastly, Future Movies has finished the revamp of the site. Looks good. Check it out.
July 18, 2003 (Even later that day) - on the Announcements Page - Another screenwriting contest to check out.
July 18, 2003 (Later that day) - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to Jason for the heads up on two new transcripts of Lord of the Rings. On the TV scripts page Twiz TV puts us on to transcripts of shows like Punky Brewster, Higher Ground and others!
July 18, 2003 - On the Unproduced Scripts Page - Graham brings us three comedy scripts and Sonya brings us a pretty cool historical drama set in the civil war south with La Place.
July 17, 2003 - On the TV Scripts and Transcripts Page - More Simpson's transcripts.
On the Unproduced Scripts Page - Twenty Four new scripts for your reading pleasure. A little something for everyone.
July 9, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page - Thanks to Brendan for the heads up on his script Route 9. Check out some of Brendan's other scripts.
On the Television Scripts and Transcripts Page thans to a mysterious benefactor we have links to tons of Blackadder transcripts.
July 8, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page Thanks to Green Wasabi and The Movie Page for this April 2001 draft of Training Day. Green Wasabi writes, "...Even though David Ayer's name is the only one on the cover, I do know there are at least two other writers with uncredited polishes on this draft."
On the Unproduced Page F.S. brings us his take on HellBlazer
July 5, 2003 - SimplyRecognition. On July 5, 2003 SimplyScripts was "Thank[ed] for being cool..." by JoBlo.
July 3, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page Thanks to The Daily Script we can now read Mr. Smith Goes To Washington.
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