“Finish it…I have so many friends who have written two-thirds of a screenplay, and then re-written it for about three years. Finishing a screenplay is first of all truly difficult, and secondly really liberating. Even if it’s not perfect, even if you know you’re gonna have to go back into it, type to the end. You have to have a little closure.”
Joss Whedon is known for so many good things including having written the wonderful film, “Serenity,” right here in theOffice. He’s also known for having written “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “The Avengers,” “Cabin in the Woods,” and of course “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”
You can have a million great ideas, but if you never write them into a story from start to finish they don’t mean much. If you’ve never finished writing a story, maybe you should make it your priority. A little closure goes a long way.