Vanessa Parise is an actress, writer and director. Her films Kiss the Bride and Jack and Jill vs. the World hit the indie world with a bang, but what she really wanted to do was get a TV show on the air. And finally, this pilot season, that dream became a possibility when her spec [...]
Articles By: Jenna Milly
Literary manager and producer Chris Fenton of H2F Entertainment was among the top ranking spec sale leaders in Hollywood in 2011. So, you’re probably thinking he spends all his day on the golf course with celebrities sipping scotch…? Quite the contrary. Fenton sold almost as much as other agencies in town, some of whom have [...]
Screenwriter Richard Curtis is a legend in romantic comedy writing — Bridget Jones’s Diary, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually to name a few. So, how did one amazing rom-com writer get to adapt a period drama about a boy separated from his horse during World War I? He got a call from Steven Spielberg, that’s how.
Kieran Mulroney and Michele Mulroney comment on the immensely fun, but extremely emotional, experience of being the husband and wife writing team assigned to the new action-comedy Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (the sequel to the successful 2009 Sherlock Holmes, starring Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr.). The film releases December 16.
When Big Break™ judge Michael Kuciak read scripts for the prestigious contest, known for hooking writers up with industry folks, he found two screenplays that he just couldn’t put down. Cut to: Kuciak with two new clients.
For over 10 years, Final Draft, Inc.’s Big Break™ screenwriting contest has been one of the most exciting events in Hollywood for up-and-coming writers. From a group of 2011 entrants emerged screenwriters Matthew Gayne and Paul Gavin. Both recently signed with manager Michael Kuciak (Samurai MK).
How do you balance comedy and plot? Several comedic voices and big action sequences? Veteran screenwriters Jeff Nathanson and Ted Griffin sat down with Script to talk about their new action comedy, Tower Heist, in theaters now.
A working-class kid from Baltimore, who became interested in the art of puppeteering at the age of 10, Kevin Clash has developed a furry character who rivals even Kermit the Frog in popularity. Script sat down with Being Elmo: A Puppeteer’s Journey’s co-writer Philip Shane to talk about the popular Muppet and the talent behind him.
Famed action-thriller screenwriters Michael Brandt and Derek Haas take it up a notch to direct and produce their new thriller, The Double. Starring Richard Gere, Topher Grace, and Martin Sheen, the film is about an ex-CIA agent who is suddenly pulled back onto a case he thought was long dead.