A quick video on my thoughts in regard to the film remake of Overboard.
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Are all movies produced from screenplays only?
Many have been inspired by novels. Think Harry Potter and Twilight. But, did you know that there are a large number inspired by short stories?
Here are a few just to give you an idea:
Sleepy Hollow – based on Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
The Birds – based on Daphne du Maurier’s story with the same name
Minority Report – based on Philip K. Dick’s story with the same name
I, Robot – inspired by a collection of short stories by Issac Asimov of the same name
Candyman – based on Clive Barker’s collection of stories in the Books of Blood
They Live – based on Ray Nelson’s Eight O’Clock In the Morning
Dark Water – based on Koji Suzuki’s Floating Water
Screamers – based on Philip K. Dick’s Second Variety
The Thing – based on John W. Campbell Jr.’s Who Goes There?
In my next post, how does a short story get selected to be a film?
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Whenever you write a story, have you ever envision it being created into a film? If so, ever picture in your mind who you would have play your main characters? This is what I’ve done for my current horror serial; for fun, mind you although I’ve always dreamed of having one of my stories produced into either a short or feature film 🙂
(Click on picture below to see my choice of actors)
Who would you have as actors to play your main characters? Dream big! Have fun 🙂
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