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Studio Executives Reject My ‘The Smurfs 2’ Script

With the film ‘The Smurfs 2′ doing well in theaters all across the nation, I cannot help but feel a little bittersweet. You see, I made a push to write the second installment of this franchise. Unfortunately, studio executives were anything but pleased with my work, as you can see from their notes outlining their … Continue reading

Why The Lone Ranger May Have Failed At The Box Office

-The Lone Ranger is immediately killed in the first scene. -The character of Rebecca is clearly footage of Samantha spliced in from the 1960’s TV show Bewitched -During some scenes, it’s not clear if the character of Tonto is supposed to be an Indian or a robot. -Too much of the action revolves around characters … Continue reading

9 Classic Movies That Could Be Ruined With A One Minute Change

There are hundreds of films that could be considered works of art.  However, like adding a moustache to Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, or a parrot to the shoulder of  Michelangelo’s David, classic films could be ruined with a simple one minute change. Here are 9 examples: The Godfather – The final scene. Michael Corleone closes … Continue reading

The Horrible, Horrible Time Brad Pitt Stopped By The Pizza Place

Actor Brad Pitt over the weekend stopped by the pizza place where I had stopped for a slice. Being as how I’ve already seen Brad Pitt in person several times, first, when he filmed a movie at my office , again when he worked out at my gym, another time at the coffee shop, at … Continue reading

Studio Rejects My Hangover 3 Script

With the film ‘Hangover Part III’ doing well in theaters all across the nation, I cannot help but feel a little bittersweet. You see, I was originally asked to write this third installment of the franchise. Unfortunately, studio executives were anything but pleased with my work, as you can see from their notes outlining their … Continue reading

The Horrible, Horrible Time Brad Pitt Stopped By The Movie Theater

Actor Brad Pitt over the weekend stopped by the movie theater where I was watching a film. Being as how I’ve already seen Brad Pitt in person several times, first, when he filmed a movie at my office , again when he worked out at my gym, another time at the coffee shop, at the … Continue reading

Studio Rejects My ‘Mama’ Script

As the film ‘Mama’ continues to do well at the box office, I cannot help but wonder ‘what if?’  You see, I was actually asked to adapt the story into a screenplay. Unfortunately, studio executives were anything but pleased with my work.  Below are their notes on my script. p.1 – The film opens in … Continue reading

The Horrible, Horrible Time Brad Pitt Took Part In Our Habitat For Humanity Project

Actor Brad Pitt today stopped by a Habitat For Humanity Project where I was working as part of today’s national day of service. Being as how I’ve already seen Brad Pitt in person several times, first, when he filmed a movie at my office , again when he worked out at my gym, another time … Continue reading

Studio Rejects My ‘Les Miserables’ Script

As the film “Les Miserables”  continues to do well at the box office, I cannot help but look at its success and wonder ‘what if.’ You see, I was actually asked by Universal Pictures to adapt the musical into a screenplay a couple of years ago. Unfortunately, studio executives were anything but pleased with my work.  Below are their … Continue reading

10 Ways How Superman’s Life Is Really Difficult

Everyone knows that Superman has these amazing powers like flying, X-ray vision and superhuman speed.  But not many of us know how difficult his life really is.  Here are just a few examples: 1)  After Superman lands from a flight, he has to clear out dead bugs and small birds from his ears, eyes, and … Continue reading

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