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A Note Regarding Spoilers

The following FAQ entries may contain spoilers. Only the biggest ones (if any) will be covered with spoiler tags. Spoiler tags have been used sparingly in order to make the page more readable.

For detailed information about the amounts and types of (a) sex and nudity, (b) violence and gore, (c) profanity, (d) alcohol, drugs, and smoking, and (e) frightening and intense scenes in this movie, consult the IMDb Parents Guide for this movie. The Parents Guide for Blank Check can be found here.

No. The screenplay for Blank Check was written by the late Blake Snyder and Colby Carr.

It was filmed in three cities in Texas: Austin, San Antonio and Dallas.

Yes. It is located at 1415 Wooldridge Drive in Austin, Texas. The zip code is 78703.

How does the movie end?

After Quigley landed in to the pool, he grabs Preston like he wants to kill him, saying "I got you now", and then a group of agents, police officers and FBI's (including Shay from the bank) show up unexpectedly in the backyard of the castle house that Preston bought earlier. When Biderman asks Shay what she was doing, and they both say that they are fired from their bank, then Preston asks Shay if she was the FBI and she said yes. One of the agents asks Preston and the trio (Quigley, Biderman and Juice) who Macintosh is, and Quigley immediately replies by saying "I'm Macintosh and I want you off my property now!". Once Quigley admits that he is Mr. Macintosh, one of the agents tells him that he is arrested for arrest for fraud, money laundering, and grand theft, even though those were actually Preston's actions. Biderman and Juice also get arrested, never to be seen again. Moments later, Fred, Preston's father, stops by at the castle house while Preston talks to Shay, asking when she can see her again. Once Fred sees Preston, he asks him if he's okay and Preston tells him that he is fine and glad to see him, and then his father asks him what was going on. Preston replies, "It's a long story" and tells him that he wants to say goodbye to Henry, who has a bucket full of ice cream, they talk to each other and say goodbye. Once Fred and Preston get home, the entire family say happy birthday to him. In his mind, Preston remembers the friendship he had with Shay for a brief period of time and the movie finally ends when he blows the last candle on his cake.

Preston is approximately 12 years old, and would end up as a juvenile delinquent. Despite his crimes/actions (including identity theft, money laundering, etc.), he did not get arrested like the trio did.

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