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Where do screenplays go when they die? John and Craig take a look at their movies that never were, looking for patterns among dozens of their unproduced works. What can screenwriters learn from the dead, and is it ever worth trying to resurrect these flatliners?
We also have lots of follow-up on finding a place to write, and news of an old-man-robbers movie already underway.
Yesterday’s live show will be released as an upcoming episode.
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- Hatton Garden heist film goes into production from The Guardian
- The Sun on the Bloody past of Blingo Blaggers: PC stabbing, armed robbery and mayhem
- Rodney Ascher’s The Nightmare on Wikipedia
- The Atlantic asks A New Planet or a Red Herring?
- Breather helps find a place for you to work
- John Hess’s filmmakeriq.com
- Writer Emergency Pack
- Withings Thermo
- Music Memos
- Tickets are now available for the Writers Guild Foundation Beyond Words panel on February 4
- Outro by Sam Tahhan (send us yours!)
UPDATE 1-28-16: The transcript of this episode can be found here.