Here’s the story behind what turned a simple cutaway scene in the screenplay’s third act into a whole *new* chapter in the novel – and why I think it works.
[Yes, I see the pun in the title] Over on my post What Bad Science Fiction Can Teach Us About Writing Screenplay Description, Susanna asked a great question: What about an animated movie script? I read somewhere that they should be more descriptive than the other ones, is that true? I don’t know to what extent […]
The producer who’s got Faeries under option right now recently asked us to put together a dream cast … if we could have anyone we wanted, who would we put in our movie? Of course we came up with a hot list of A caliber talent. Hopefully they’re all getting phone calls as we speak. […]
Here’s one example of how the best stuff that appears on screen can have nothing to do with what’s in your screenplay… and why that’s great.
Why rewrite a screenplay that’s working? Because it’s not. Here’s one story about going back and fixing what we didn’t think was broken.