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The Black List (2013)


Johnny Depp in Transcendence. A 2014 film produced by Christopher Nolan that  initially showed on the 2012 Black list.

Johnny Depp in Transcendence. A 2014 film produced by Christopher Nolan that initially showed on the 2012 Black list.

With American Hustle & Saving Mr. Banks hitting wide release this week. and seeing as those movies were on the 2011 Blacklist of favourite unproduced screenplays, it seemed appropriate to look at this years installment. In the link you will see a list of gist/ logline of great stories Hollywood is scrambling to tell.


http://list.blcklst.com/story/7887


My favourite on this year’s list is called “Ink and Bone” about a female book editor who visits the home of a horror writer so he can complete his novel, to find that his creations are holding him hostage.

Last year’s list features upcoming 2014 productions;

Almanac (Welcome To Yesterday) – February 28th

Bad Words – March 21st

Draft Day – April 11th

Transcendence – April 18th

The Fault in Our Stars – June 6th

Edge of Tomorrow (All You Need Is Kill)

The Equalizer – September 26th

Previous Black List inductees;

Django Unchained, Safe House, Margin Call, Chronicle, Crazy Stupid Love,  Lola Versus, The Butler, Looper, The Impossible, Oz: The Great and Powerful, The Hunger Games, and Best Picture Winner “Argo”

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This entry was written by filmgamer and published on December 18, 2013 at 5:02 am. It’s filed under Film, List: Movies and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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