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Updated With Full List Of Scripts, Writers, And Reps: Catherine The Great, about the rise and life of the famous (sometimes notorious) 18th-Century Russian monarch, was the top vote-getter among 70 scripts chosen for the 2014 Black List of the year’s best un-produced scripts. The screenplay, by Los Angeles writer and producer Kristina Lauren Anderson, was announced as part of an hour-plus process on Twitter and YouTube this morning.
Each of the 70 screenplays on this 10th annual list was chosen by a group of 250 development executives, agents and other Hollywood insiders as among the year’s best un-produced scripts in a process overseen by Franklin Leonard of http://www.blcklst.com. Anderson’s screenplay received 51 votes.
Other notables in the list include writer/actor/director Kenneth Lonergan with Manchester-By-The-Sea, which is being produced by Matt Damon and Chris Moore. Randall Green had two scripts make the list, The Swimsuit Issue and Cartoon Girl. »
- David Bloom and Jen Yamato
With all the body-clinging dresses and slim-fitting tuxes, ever watch an awards show on TV and wonder, "What do these people eat?" Well, we do, too! So we asked the stars on the Cma Awards red carpet to share what they nibbled on in preparation for the big show. Here's what they told us: Lady A's Hillary Scott: "I had guacamole and cucumbers, but I've had so much coffee … I think that's what's getting me through." Lady A's Dave Haywood: "I went to Star Bagel in Sylvan Park and had a Starz Classic." [It's a sandwich on toasted sourdough with melted mozzarella, ham, salami, garlic butter, black olives, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and mustard]. Lady A's Charles Kelley: "Beef jerky and whiskey. »
- Danielle Anderson, @dak5000
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