21 films! That's how many Marvel movies you'd need to watch to have a complete understanding of what's going to happen in this week's massive release, Avengers: Endgame. That's 2704 minutes or 60 hours of watching (I dare you to make it through in one sitting), and it's been 11 years in the making! The … Continue reading The End of an Era
I've been absent from posting for a while, admittedly longer than I'd like to have been. I love posting, but an important task was at hand. I was a preliminary judge for our annual Fellowship! I read through a lot of submissions, and there was a lot to like! I'm very excited to see how … Continue reading Using Script Coverage To Become A Better Writer
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Robert Rodriguez has no doubt created some amazing films. I just saw Alita: Battle Angel, his most recent film, and it's amazing. Did you know it's one of the first films that was filmed with 3D cameras since Avatar? If you still haven't seen it, make sure to watch in 3D. I think there were some corny moments, … Continue reading Robert Rodriguez On Writing
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Having trouble writing the perfect log line? Lost or stuck in writing your story? I feel you. I'm sure we've all been there more often than we'd like to admit. These are problems many writers go through, and even the best are prone to them. I've developed a trick for dealing with writer's block. Lately, … Continue reading Writer’s Block, Log Lines, And Getting Lost
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flge_rw6RG0 This is the scene that sparked my love for science fiction. It left me filled with awe and wonder. I mean... where the heck were Doc and Marty going?! The sequel went above and beyond my wildest imagination. The inspiration for almost everything I write came from this single moment, and I'm sure it's … Continue reading Quote of the Day – Back to the Future
I've come to realize that I definitely look like the guy on the right once I get past the log line... Don't ask me about my story ideas, or if you do I'm going to apologize in advance! Happy Friday!
I just love Spider-Man. What other superhero could sit next to you on the subway and just start talking to you like you're already pals? Into the Spider-Verse has been making waves. People are saying it's not just the best animated movie of the year, but also the best superhero movie of the year. I wholeheartedly … Continue reading Phil Lord and Chris Miller On Writing
MUST... FINISH... SCENE! You know when you're watching a scary movie, and the character is running down a hallway, and that hallway suddenly seems to stretch infinitely in both directions. The end is in sight, but it seems to be getting further away the closer you get. That's a lot what writing can feel like … Continue reading Friday Fun – You Can Do It!