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A long time ago (July) in a galaxy centered in Los Angeles a very naughty robot tweeted a photo of some stacked scripts, all printed with dark ink on red paper so they cannot be easily photocopied.

Hot off the presses. Can you guess what’s behind the cover?

Hot off the presses. Can you guess what’s behind the cover? #FoundAtBR#MysteryScriptpic.twitter.com/VFvoxedpqC

Bad Robot (@bad_robot) July 17, 2013


This is a trick that prevents from mass copying, but not mass photography – but Hey! Hollywood is still figuring out digital distribution and theoretically everyone who gets one of these scripts is trustworthy enough not to photograph it…


Actor Jason Flemyng (Azazel in X-Men: First Class),  Instagrammed this photo yesterday, claiming it’s the Star Wars script with his name printed across each page.

Luckily, Instagram wasn’t made for this, so the slight blur happens to stop all investigation into reading it. »

- Da7e

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