Tag Archives: Mattson Tomlin
A down on her luck rapper, a corrupt cop, and a veteran with a death wish intersect in improbable ways in a world where an illegal street drug grants the user superpowers.
The streaming service won a bidding war for Mattsen Tomlin’s sci-fi thriller script for the “Catfish,” “Paranormal Activity” directing duo.
Facing a world where bizarre supernatural disasters plague the country on a daily basis, a grieving man and a band of misfits mount a misguided attack on the invading creatures in an attempt to reclaim some semblance of sanity in a world gone totally insane.
Soon we’ll be releasing the 2016 Hit List, our compilation of the best year’s best spec scripts as voted on by industry professionals. In preparation for its release, we’re taking a look back at the writers who made the Hit List in 2015 — where they were, and how far they’ve come in just one short year.
Logline: Tasked with finding a game changing take for the sixth Jason Bourne movie, Tom Milton goes deep down the rabbit hole of cracking the story. With the guidance (and abuse) of a professor from his past and Bourne himself, Tom begins workshopping scenes that begin to bleed into real life in unexpected ways.
A mother takes her teenage son on the run after he manifests unwieldy telekinetic powers. Chased by the threat of the public and an encroaching government agency in the midst of a volatile socio-political climate, they are forced to use their wits and his powers to protect themselves.