How do you create a bad guy that’s sympathetic? Or even more importantly, why even create a villain to care about? Doug Richardson explains.
Doug Richardson explains the complexities, and sometimes harsh realities, of writing female characters for Hollywood.
Doug Richardson relives the trial of the century when FX gives us another weekly hour of the very excellent The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Vodka, porn actresses, and golf. What could possibly go wrong? Doug Richardson takes you to a Calabasas golf tournament.
Doug Richardson shares what happens when you're the writer on set with Bruce Willis and he wants a change the Executive Producer doesn't.
What happens when you're the writer on set with Bruce Willis and he wants a change the Executive Producer doesn't? Doug Richardson was the writer in the middle.
Doug Richardson shares a story between him and his first agent prior to signing as a client into the screenwriting business.
When you write a regular blog about the screenwriting industry, insiders can be nervous their stories will end up on your site. Doug Richardson dishes the dirt on blogging.
How does a writer keep hope alive? Perhaps queries help. Or maybe it's just the key to survival is unconditional hope. Doug Richardson chimes in.
"Die Hard Doug" Richardson talks about the importance of not prejudging a movie until the product is complete. Curb your movie expectations.