Posted by Era at 108.209-115-208-0.interbaun.com on August 05, 2003 at 18:26:03:
In Reply to: Scripts only get circulated if they are released posted by Arturo Bandini on August 05, 2003 at 18:05:52:
As a producer or exec you come across a script, Or you have one written by a writer who is just trying to make a buck so that they can pay their rent. (I mean its Hollywood, actors and writers on every street corner) What you now need are 2 good looking guys that have been in the business for long enough to know a good thing when they see it, but not long enough to have any fame for what they have done so far.
Williams is the only "star" in the movie, and I bet he came at a bargain too. So you get your low budget film made, you get two new up and comers (Ben and Matt) into the lime light and you get contracts for more films. And if done correctly you get a part of everything B&M make for say the next 10 years. How much have B&M brought in for the industry since GWH?
Americans love the "Little guy makes it big" stories, Why not give them a real life one?
Stars can and are made in Hollywood. (American Idol)
And in the city of special effects it is a plausible trick.
Post a Followup