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.
Jeffrey Davis (The Love Boat, Night Court) and Peter Desberg interviewed some of the top comedy writers in Hollywood for their new book, Show Me the Funny!
Known for his strong political views, actor George Clooney had been looking for a political thriller to write with screenwriter Grant Heslov since their collaboration on Good Night, and Good Luck. When they stumbled upon a play of presidential ambition, Farragut North, by Beau Willimon, they knew they found their project.
John Gatins starred in several independent horror movies, including Witchboard 2: The Devil's Doorway and Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings, before he got a call from Steven Spielberg about adapting a Richard Matheson short story.
Thanks to programming like Sex and the City and box-office hits like Bridesmaids, studios no longer shy away from women leads talking, with candor and humor, about their sex lives. Script sat down with Gabrielle Allan and Jennifer Crittenden to discuss their taboo-smashing rom-com, What's Your Number?, in theaters Friday.
Abduction is a high-paced thriller about a high school kid on the run to find the truth about his past. Screenwriter Shawn Christensen puzzles out the Taylor Lautner-starrer, in theaters September 23.
When asked to adapt a script about a man with no name, no backstory, and barely any dialogue, screenwriter Hossein Amini knew he hit the jackpot. "I love silences," Amini says of Drive, the film he adapted from a book by James Sallis.
Screenwriter Mark Goffman (White Collar, The West Wing) became fascinated with the world of ventriloquism when his shy mother-in-law used it to make a speech at a family event. Several months and thousands of miles later, he had a documentary about this lovable, tough, heartwarming world of professional and amateur ventriloquists.
As producer of the Oscar®-winning documentary An Inconvenient Truth and writer-director of the acclaimed HBO drama Pu-239, Burns has a reputation for deftly handling tales of panic, both personal and widespread. It's a testament to those skills that Contagion, opening September 9, feels fresh, though we've been scared by germs before....
Bridesmaids producer Judd Apatow has had more than one young female screenwriter under his wing as of late. When Stacey Harman pitched her idea of three women going on a business trip where everything happens (except their business), Apatow took notice.