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Interview: The Amazing Spider-Man Screenwriter, James Vanderbilt

“I look back on the first six or seven things I wrote, and they’re terrible,” says screenwriter James Vanderbilt, who just finished writing The Amazing Spider-Man, twice. Well, almost twice. Let’s give you some backstory. If you’ve been following film development news at all in the last few years, you’d know the words “Spider-Man script” are a … Continue reading

He ain’t a woman, he ain’t black, but Tate Taylor wrote and directed the hell out of THE HELP

Taylor’s leaving it to audiences to decide if he did justice to the best-selling novel by the same name. Taylor’s childhood friend, author Kathryn Stockett, penned the story of black maids working for white families in a Jim Crow-governed Jackson, Mississippi. An aspiring novelist (Emma Stone) urges black maids (Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer) to speak about out … Continue reading

Want to write like a pro? Listen to how Dan Fogelman cranked out CRAZY, STUPID, LOVE..

Adorable, charming, and an amazing writer, Dan Fogelman has it all. So, why does he need to write a film called Crazy, Stupid, Love if life is such a peach? Because he’s human. And, that  – why love is so crazy wonderful but so terribly stupid at the same time — is the focus of his new movie. The … Continue reading

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