With so many comic book adaptations out there it's time to seriously re-examine the supervillain and discover how best to use them in our stories.
Sometimes the suspension of disbelief involves more than your story. It's about overcoming your own disbelief you could ever make it in this incredibly competitive business.
Award-winning team, Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, discuss the evolution of adapting 'Love and Other Drugs' for the screen.
Script talks with screenwriters Jon Cohen and Oscar®-nominee Scott Frank about writing 'Minority Report,' being rewritten, working with Steven Spielberg, adaptation and more.
Screenwriters Stephen David Brooks and Jeff Lyons share their experience and insights transforming their TV pilot and supernatural/thriller series into a new 3-book series adaptation.
Writer of 'The Danish Girl,' Lucinda Coxon, shares her insights on being both a playwright and a screenwriter as well as how she navigates the challenges of the film industry.
Tawnya Bhattacharya shares tips on the basics of adaptation and working with source material.
Mark L. Smith, screenwriter of 'The Revenant,' talks about his co-writing rituals with Alejandro González Iñárritu, the challenges of visual storytelling, and the absurdity of a certain pesky rumor.
Take your scripts, and turn it into a novel. I know it’s a lot of work, and 80,000 words seems incredibly daunting, but you are so far ahead of the game, writer, and you don’t even know it.
Before you try adapting a book into a screenplay (your own book or someone else's), you need to know the difference between the markets.