Author Archives: TBA
The top twelve standouts who deserve to have their names and work recognized.
I’d like to see a prestige show make an episode about boredom as un-boring as this week’s Elementary.
It takes Liam Neeson to defeat a hobbit.
Logline: A young man is tormented by the possibility of descending into the depths of insanity.
A man finds fame when videos of his rants at City Hall go viral, and hordes of appallingly well-meaning hipsters from Brooklyn descend on their town to make sure Dave’s rights aren’t trampled by “the man.”
The fate of the most powerful man in the world lies in the hands of a 13-year old boy. Plunged into a deadly game of cat and mouse with only hours to spare, Oskari and the President must team up to survive the most extraordinary night of their lives.
31 set up, 57 signed, 56 on year end “Best Of” lists, 9 staffed on hit television shows, 3 bidding wars… and that’s just in 18 months. Welcome to our Launch Pad Writers!
For our 5th year running, we are proud to share The Hit List, covering the BEST SPECS OF YEAR as voted on by Hollywood!
A closer look at the top agencies, management companies, and the individuals repping all of the writers from the 2014 Hit List!
Who won the second annual features competition? Click to find out!
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Once again Mac covers his favorite and least favorite film, television, video game & comics of 2014 & the upcoming 2015 releases.
A lovely, somber B-plot is weighed down by a heavy-handed and oversimplified case of the week on Elementary.
The Battle of the Three Threequels.
Jane the Virgin’s midseason finale is first understated, then outrageous, but always excellent.
A recovering gambling addict makes his living providing protection on the rough edges of the gambling world, but when he comes to the aid of a female friend, he soon finds himself over his head.
A roundup of the week’s TV casting news!
Logline: A guilt-ridden teenage girl hides the fact that her twin sister has drowned, but is confronted by the impossible when her dead sibling returns home.
The playwright/screenwriter finds another theater rep after the dissolution of Resolution.
This week’s Elementary throws a lot of things at the wall, but nothing sticks.
Gracepoint offers up a satisfying ending but is it enough to finally come out from behind the shadow cast by Broadchurch?
Your daily digest for the hottest stories of the day!
Sons of Anarchy’s first honest episode in a long time is also its last.
Ridley Scott can’t lose.