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Writing A Screenplay For The Comic Book Genre ....1/5/05
The current trend in the film industry is to adapt popular comic books into films. Some of these comics contain complete stories instead of serialized stories and are often referred to as graphic novels. Read More

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Iron Man Coming To The Big Screen ....12/29/04
New Line Cinema and Marvel Studios, have hired Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook, John Q) to direct a new film based on the Marvel comic book character, Iron Man. Read More

Horror Film Becomes Video Game ....12/28/04
The upcoming horror film, Constantine , is being adapted into a video game scheduled for release in February 2005. The game uses elements from the film's screenplay and will be available for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox video game systems . Read More

Lions Gate Bets On Horror ....12/23/04
Lions Gate Films, a major film distributor, will release five new horror films in 2005: Alone In The Dark, High Tension, Undead, Devil's Rejects, and Saw 2. Read More

Nickelodeon, Paramount Grab Adventure ....12/22/04
Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures have purchased the film rights to The Anybodies, a children's book by author Julianna Baggott. Read More

IMAX Expands For Moviegoers 12/21/04
IMAX Corporation, creator of the big-screen IMAX film format, has expanded its creative and territorial reach with new marketing and theatre chain partnerships, and with a new 3D film. Read More

The Exercise Series This Screenwriting Exercise Series Is Only $20's step-by step screenwriting exercises are now available as a printed collection that is mailed to your home. This collection includes three exercises: Character Development, Plot Structure, and Dialogue. By using the easy-to-follow questions in each exercise, you will learn the techniques used by Hollywood's top screenwriters. Read More

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