The Natural Born Killers script was written by Quentin Tarantino. This draft is dated November, 1990.
by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) Depending on where you call home, the weather may be heating up right now. In Los Angeles, triple digits have started to creep into our forecast. Most writers enjoy crafting their stories in nice comfortable rooms, and because we usually seek out a pleasant environment when we
by Ashley Scott Meyers This week I talk with screenwriter Tom Hines, who wrote Mother’s Day starring Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston. We talk about the his early days in Los Angeles, how he meet Garry Marshall, and how that relationship matured into a professional relationship that spanned decades. You
The Queen script was written by Peter Morgan.
by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) ScriptFest and the Great American PitchFest are just two weekends away. This event is a great opportunity for writers, and we are big fans. The ScriptFest portion in particular is a must-attend event for any aspiring screenwriter. You’ll have the chance to attend classes all
by John Bucher (@johnkbucher) The announcement of Universal’s Dark Universe earlier this year brought a wide range of reactions from the storytelling world. For those unaware, the plan is for a new series of movies around the classic monster characters owned by the studio to be released in much the same
by Onicia Muller (@OniciaMuller) This summer, movie lovers are looking forward to a comedy directed by Lucia Aniello. In Rough Night, a group of friends are horrified when the male stripper they hire for a wild bachelorette party in Miami winds up dead. The film is described as The Hangover meets
by Ashley Scott Meyers In this week’s episode I talk with screenwriter and ScriptFest co-founder Bob Schultz. He has two films coming out this year, Breakdown Lane and Herschell Gordon Lewis’ BloodMania, and we talk about how these projects came together for him. You can listen to the audio portion
by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) Hollywood families aren’t a new thing, but it’s rare to see a movie where the co-stars are twins in real life who also wrote the film together. Plus, their mom in the movie is played by their actual mom. That bit of trivia adds an extra
by Angela Bourassa (@angelabourassa1) Michelle Wolf of The Daily Show may have summarized the pressure put on the new Wonder Woman movie better than anyone. She said, Everyone is putting way too much pressure on Wonder Woman, like everything for women hinges on its success or failure. You know when