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superhero movie trend isn't going anywhere for a while, with a number
of script sales based on comics/graphic novels, including Sleeper, to be produced by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. And after
what is soon to be six Lord of the Rings films, Tolkien himself
(well, an actor playing Tolkien) will hit the
big screen in a biopic produced by Fox Searchlight. Napoleon, too, gets
the biopic treatment. Rupert Sanders directing. Seems like this is the
case every month, but it was far more noticeable in November: nearly
100% of script sales were either a pitch, an adaptation, or material
based on a true story.
Other script sales include:
- For those who haven't heard of Key and Peele, you will soon, in a Judd Apatow-helmed project.
- You had us at "Untitled Stan Lee Pitch," Columbia Pictures.
- Monster High, based on the Mattel line of dolls.
- The Heat may not have lived up to critical expectations, but it's getting a spin-off film.
script sales: 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009
Adapted by Michael Tolkin from his eponymous novel, the script is part suspense/satire, part troubling look into the mind of an overworked producer, as a young studio exec becomes the chief suspect in a murder investigation. The story has as much to say about the sordid dealings of the film industry as it does about a man's crime and punishment guilt. Tolkin pulls a major coup in making this callous protagonist not only sympathetic, but almost heroic. He cleverly plays into the audience's innate desire for the criminal to get away with a crime spurred primarily by an unnerving career insecurity. And the extraordinary cast, an assemblage of which may never be seen again, only adds to the unique tone and feel of the screenplay.
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