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Craig and John take a look at one investor’s campaign against Sony Pictures, and George Clooney’s strong reaction. From there, we examine why studios have multiple labels — TriStar is back! — and how that affects writers.
It’s also time for another round of Three Page Challenges. We tackle at three entries, ranging from desert dystopias to urban wastelands to magical westerns.
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- George Clooney tells Daniel Loeb to stop spreading fear at Sony
- The New York Times on Sony hiring Tom Rothman to revive TriStar
- Three Pages by Robert Rue
- Three Pages by Catherine Grieve & Dylan Wagner
- Three Pages by Sarah Carman & James Roland
- The Spectacular Now is spectacular
- Vanity Fair talks to Scott Neustadter & Michael H. Weber
- Coravin lets you enjoy your wine without ever pulling the cork
- Outro by Scriptnotes listener Matthew Chilelli
UPDATE 8-9-13: The transcript of this episode can be found here.