We’ve already seen Universal release screenplays that they think have a shot going into awards season. Many have questioned their judgment on one or two of these (Snow White and the Huntsman? Really???), however they also chose to put up some interesting choices like Judd Apatow’s This is 40 and Tom Hooper’s upcoming adaptation of Les Miserables (which unfortunately has still not been put back up).
Today we have ten more of these “for your consideration” screenplays for your reading pleasure. The first two, which come from Focus Features, are Wes Anderson’s quirky comedy-drama Moonrise Kingdom and the animated film ParaNorman. I enjoyed the former quite a bit, though I felt it wasn’t quite on the level of some of Anderson’s previous work, but the latter I felt was lacking a bit in the story department.
The next two, coming from Lionsgate, are Arbitrage »
- Jeff Beck
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