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  • 24Emmy
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    2015’s Black List screenplays:

    BUBBLES by Isaac Adamson- 44
    A baby chimp is adopted by the Pop star Michael Jackson. Narrating his
    own story, Bubbles the Chimp details his life within The King of Pop’s
    inner circle through the scandals that later rocked Jackson’s life and
    eventually led to Bubbles’ release.

    STRONGER by John Pollono – 40
    The true story of Jeff Bauman, who after losing his legs in the 2013
    Boston Marathon bombing, was an integral part of helping police to
    locate the suspects.

    ROCKET* by Jeffrey Gelber, Ryan Belenzon – 37
    Roger “The Rocket” Clemens, one of the greatest pitchers of all time,
    has 4672 strikeouts, 354 wins and a record 7 Cy Young awards. This is
    the story of why he is not in the Hall of Fame.

    THE LIBERTINE by Ben Kopit – 37
    After the Head of the French National Assembly is placed under house
    arrest for accusations of sexual assault, he must live in a guarded
    apartment with his estranged wife until the case comes to a close.

    CRATER by John J. Griffin – 34
    On the moon, five teens take an unauthorized and adventure-filled road
    trip, just before one of them is to be sent away on a seventy-five year
    journey to another planet, leaving behind his best friends.

    MISS SLOANE by Jonathan “Jonny” Perera – 31
    A powerful lobbyist sacrifices her career on Capitol Hill so she can
    push through an amendment enforcing stricter federal laws regulating
    guns.

    TRUE FAN by John Whittington – 28
    After interfering with a foul ball during a Chicago Cubs playoff game,
    Steve Bartman was tortured and stalked by die hard Cub fans for
    potentially costing them their first National League pennant since 1945.
    Years later, in a new town with a new identity—but depressed,
    overweight and working a dead end job—Steve meets a woman who gives him a
    new lease on life and reason to live.

    PALE BLUE DOT by Brian C Brown, Elliot DiGuisseppi – 26
    Twelve months after returning from a space mission, decorated astronaut
    Laura Pepper is arrested for the attempted murder of a fellow astronaut.

    REAGAN by Mike Rosolio – 25
    When Ronald Reagan falls into dementia at the start of his second term,
    an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the commander in chief
    that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.

    BUMP by Ori Guendelman, Rob McClelland – 21
    After an accidental hit and run, a young lawyer’s entire life unravels
    over the span of one night as he attempts to dispose of a corpse that
    turns out to be much more than an innocent victim.

    ELI by David Chirchirillo – 21
    Having moved into a “clean house” to treat his auto-immune disorder,
    eleven year old Eli begins to believe that the house is haunted. Unable
    to leave, he soon realizes that the house, and the doctor who runs it,
    are more sinister than they appear.

    SEPTILLION TO ONE by Adam Perlman, Graham Sack – 20
    While a former FBI agent is working in the fraud unit of the Texas State
    Lottery investigating a woman who has mysteriously hit the lottery
    jackpot three times, he falls in love.

    WHITE BOY RICK by Logan Miller, Noah Miller – 20
    True story of Richard Wershe Jr., the only successful white boy
    gangster/drug kingpin in an African American dominated 1980’s Detroit
    ghetto.

    BOOMTOWN by Matt King – 18
    A slick corporate investigator with a closely guarded secret discovers a sinister criminal conspiracy in North Dakota oil boom country.

    DREAMLAND by Nicolaas Zwart – 18
    With his family’s farm on the precipice of foreclosure, fifteen year old
    Eugene Evans is determined to capture a fugitive bank robber and
    collect the bounty on her head. Against all odds, he beats out the FBI
    and the local police to capture her, only to discover that all may not
    be what it seems.

    THE FISHERMAN by Will Dunn – 18
    A fisherman sails out of Martha’s Vineyard in search of the shark that
    killed his fellow sailors while they were stranded in the water for four
    days after their ship was attacked by a Japanese submarine.

    THE WATER MAN by Emma Needell – 18
    A young boy tries to save his mother from terminal cancer by seeking out
    the town’s bogeyman, The Water Man, who is fabled to have conquered
    death.

    ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD by David Scarpa – 17
    The story of Getty kidnapping crisis encompassing the Red Brigades, the Italian tabloids and the Vatican.

    BOY by Mattson Tomlin – 17
    A teenage boy is born with special abilities and spends his childhood
    switching names and cities so as to keep his identity hidden. When he
    loses control and accidentally kills his father, he and his mother have
    to go on the run.

    THE SHAVE by Thomas White, Miles Hubley – 17
    A dirty cop, exonerated in the murder of a high school honor student,
    visits the boy’s father at his barbershop, and while receiving a
    straight razor shave, listens to him recount the story of his son’s
    life.

    DO NO HARM by Julia Cox – 16
    An ambitious surgeon’s life takes a dangerous turn when she indulges in
    an affair with a doctor whose god complex challenges her own.

    HAMMERSPACE by Mike Van Waes – 16
    A terminally-ill teenager looking for answers about his missing father
    finds a key that unlocks an opening to an alternate animated dimension
    and a new friend who helps him repair his broken family.

    THE WRETCHED EMILY DERRINGER by Chris Thomas Devlin – 16
    Gleefully terrifying her small town as a serial killer known as “The
    Misfit Butcher,” 13-year-old Emily Derringer becomes annoyed when a new
    killer comes to town and residents begin attributing his sloppy murders
    to the Misfit Butcher. In a macabre coming of age story, Emily must
    deal with her competition while also taking on the other trials and
    tribulations of junior high school life.

    PANDEMONIUM, SPLENDIDLY MANAGED by Brett Conrad – 15
    A local Phoenix newscaster at the pinnacle of local celebrity slowly
    descends into the depths of madness as he sees his world around him
    start to crumble piece by piece all while trying to become a game show
    host in Los Angeles.

    THE VIRGINIAN by Michael Russell Gunn – 15
    Based on the novel by Owen Wister, a young, down-and-out George
    Washington, desperate to join the British Army, accepts a dangerous
    mission to conquer a French fort and save the American colonies.

    CASTLE DRIVE by Matthew Scott Weiner – 14
    Based on real events, the story of the writing of Fatal Vision, the 1983
    bestselling true crime classic that chronicles the summer journalist
    Joe McGinness spent with “Green Beret Killer” Jeffrey McDonald while he
    was on trial for the brutal murder of his wife and children.

    CUT AND RUN by Zoe McCarthy – 14
    A female urologist and a retired hooker form an unlikely friendship when
    they team up to take down a notorious sex trafficker in Miami.

    MAYDAY 109 by Samuel V. Franco, Evan Kilgore – 13
    Based on actual events, a young John F. Kennedy struggles to save the crew of his PT Boat after it is sunk by a Japanese warship during World War II.

    MORNINGSTAR by David Birke – 13
    The war is over. A bitter and uneasy truce has been reached with an
    invading alien race, and a new cold war has begun. Fueled by suspicions
    of an alien spy in their ranks, the United Nations Intelligence Division
    entrusts their top agent, Martin Webber, with finding the mole.

    MOVE THAT BODY by Lucia Aniello, Paul W Downs – 13
    Five friends rent a beach house in Miami for a bachelorette weekend and accidentally kill a male stripper.

    NYAD by Robert Specland – 13
    Based on the true story of marathon swimmer Diana Nyad, who in 2013,
    after 4 failed attempts and at the age of 64, became the first person
    ever to open-swim from Cuba to Florida (55 hours non-stop) overcoming
    impossible odds, personal tragedy, and 103 miles of open ocean.

    QUEEN OF THE AIR by Cat Vasko – 13
    Based on the book “Queen of the Air” written by Dean N. Jensen. The
    story of famed trapeze artist Lillian Leitzel and her relationship with
    fellow trapeze artist Alfredo Codona, who were two of the most famous
    entertainers of the world during their time.

    SPRING OFFENSIVE by Matthew McInerney-Lacombe – 13
    Dr. Liz Scott, a British epidemiologist with the World Health
    Organization, fights to contain an outbreak of Ebola in Afghanistan’s
    war torn Helmand province as the Taliban’s assault on allied forces
    threatens to turn the localized outbreak into a global catastrophe.

    THE BURNING WOMAN by Brad Ingelsby – 13
    A reckless, fun-loving young woman confronts the dark side of life after losing her daughter.

    BLACKFRIARS by Chris Bremner – 12
    Set around the Blackfriars massacre of 1978, the true story of a Boston
    police officer and a con man-turned-witness, who become unlikely friends
    hiding out in Bermuda, ultimately perpetrating a con on the Boston DA
    they’re tasked to serve.

    CIRCLE OF TREASON by Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel – 12
    Based on the book “Circle of Treason: A CIA Account of Traitor Aldrich
    Ames and The Men He Betrayed” written by Sandra Grimes & Jeanne
    Vertefeuille. When two women in the CIA suspect there is a mole working
    there, they have to overcome the institution’s hierarchy and chauvinism
    to bring down the traitor.

    STAR ONE by David Coggeshall – 12
    Two CIA agents must overcome their opposing worldviews to evade the
    Soviet and Chinese armies during a dangerous mission to Tibet in 1950.
    The true story of the first CIA agent ever to die in the line of duty;
    the “first star’ on the CIA Memorial Wall.

    THE SET UP by Kari Granlund – 12
    Two co-dependent female best friends’s friendship is put through the
    wringer after a blind date gone awry sends them on a dangerous,
    all-in-one-night adventure with a drug dealer.

    BARE KNUCKLE by Dave Matillo – 11
    New York City 1862: The bare knuckle boxing champion, Bad Jack, develops
    a crush on a common French girl and uses his political influence to
    send her Irish lumberman husband off to the Civil War so he can take her
    for his own. Unfortunately for Bad Jack, the Irishman doesn’t die in
    the war and t comes back a killer looking to exact revenge on the
    pugilist and his entire corrupt entourage.

    CHAPPAQUIDDICK by Taylor Allen, Andrew Logan – 11
    A historically factual look at what really happened when Ted Kennedy
    drove off the road into a Martha’s Vineyard bay with Mary Jo Kopechne in
    the car.

    GREAT FALLS by Andy Friedhof – 11
    After negligently killing a hunter with their patrol car, an alcoholic
    Sheriff’s Deputy and her superior officer must decide what to do with
    the only witness to their crime – a death row inmate only days from
    execution.

    HUNTING EICHMANN by Matthew Orton – 11
    The thrilling capture of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann by a secret Mossad team in South America.

    A SPECK IN THE SEA by Jeff Pope – 10
    Based on the article “A Speck in the Sea” by Paul Tough. The true story
    of the rescue of lobster fisherman John Aldridge who fell into the ocean
    in the middle of the night on July 24th, forty miles off Montauk with
    no life vest and no way to signal where he was.

    BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS by Dan Kunka – 10
    In one of the greatest untold stories in American history, General and
    future President Andrew Jackson reluctantly partners with world-renowned
    pirate Jean Lafitte to lead a rag-tag team of soldiers against the
    indomitable British Army in the climactic battle of the War of 1812

    CRIMSON TRAIL by Jeremy Shipp – 10
    Devastated by the cold-blooded murder of his family, a devout frontier
    preacher risks his soul to lead a posse in pursuit of the Harpe
    Brothers—America’s first serial killers. Based on a true story.

    LABYRINTH by Christian Contreras – 10
    Based on the book LAbyrinth by Randall Sullivan. The story of the
    investigation into the murders of Tupac Shakur and Notorious BIG.

    OUR WEEK WITH WALLER by Evan Mirzai, Shea Mirzai – 10
    After getting laid off, two Americans cash in their vacation pay and
    head to Spain where their paths collide with one of the world’s most
    dangerous terrorists.

    SET IT UP by Katie Silberman – 10
    Two young assistants realize they can get more free time if they occupy their bosses’ time by setting them up on a date.

    UNTITLED SOCIOPATH PROJECT by Topher Rhys-Lawrence – 10
    A successful New Yorker’s seemingly perfect life starts unraveling once
    he’s suspected for the murder of his co-worker, and his only alibi is
    the doppelganger that’s begun stalking him.

    ARES by Geneva Robertson-Dworet – 9
    The survival story of an astronaut whose space capsule crash lands in
    the African desert and whose mission to space was part of a larger
    conspiracy.

    FINAL JOURNEY by Michael Lee Barlin – 9
    A mistreated elderly Inuit woman is forced out of her village to survive alone on the savage arctic tundra.

    MILITIA by Henry Dunham – 9
    After a shooting on a police funeral by a suspected militia member, a
    recluse ex-cop and fellow militia man must interrogate the suspected
    gunmen in his own militia before copycat attacks start a nationwide war
    between cops and militias.

    SALEM by Mark Bianculli, Jeff Richard – 9
    Fifteen years after the witch trials, the scars of Salem are reopened
    when young women begin showing up dead. Desperate for answers, the town
    elders turn to a man of science to uncover the truth behind its
    terrifying events plaguing their community.

    TOMORROW ON THE RUNWAY by Frederick Seton – 9
    Kermit St. Lucy has a ridiculous name and is ridiculously ill-equipped
    to deal with adult responsibilities. After a tragedy shakes him to his
    core, Kermit takes it upon himself to look after and raise two young
    children.

    TREASURE ISLAND by James Coyne – 9
    Based on the Robert Louis Stevenson classic, young Jim Hawkins finds a
    map to a buried fortune; to claim it means a perilous voyage, pirate
    treachery, and the wicked mentorship of Long John Silver.

    UNTITLED LARRY HILLBLOM PROJECT by Matt Portenoy – 9
    The strange-yet-true story of the battle over the estate of Larry Lee Hillblom, billionaire founder of DHL.

    A LIFE FANTASTIC by Natalie Antoci – 8
    A single mother with a terminal diagnosis embarks on a road trip with
    her eccentric 9 year old son and nanny to find a loving and progressive
    family that will accept him for whoever he may grow up to be.

    AN AFRICAN WESTERN by Chloe Castellon, Ridgeway Wilson – 8
    When a young African woman’s village is destroyed by a “Christian”
    paramilitary unit and her sister is kidnapped, she uses every weapon at
    her disposal on an odyssey to save her last living relative.

    ATLANTIC WALL by Zach Dean – 8
    A lone American paratrooper, stranded behind enemy lines hours before
    D-Day, is tasked with delivering intelligence critical to the outcome of
    the war and compelled to fulfill a promise to protect the young son of a
    murdered ally.

    BED REST by Lori Evans Taylor – 8
    An expectant mother who is confined to bed rest starts to experience paranormal events.

    I BELIEVE IN AMERICA by Terry Clyne – 8
    A behind-the-scenes look at the making of THE GODFATHER, revealing that
    the creative forces behind one of the finest American films ever made
    were all as cunning and ruthless as the mobsters portrayed in Mario
    Puzo’s bestseller.

    IDA TARBELL by Mark McDevitt – 8
    Ida Tarbell’s magazine series “The History of the Standard Oil Company,”
    not only changed the history of journalism but also the fate of
    Rockefeller’s empire, which was shaken by the powerful pen of its most
    implacable observer.

    LOU by Maggie McGowan Cohn – 8
    An elderly woman who hacks out a rough existence on a remote island is
    forced to help her dimwitted neighbor rescue her daughter whose ex has
    kidnapped her and escaped into the woods.

    PRECONCEPTION by Jake Morse, Scott Wolman – 8
    A couple on the verge of parenthood embarks on a pre-baby bucket list.

    SENIOR YEAR by Andrew Knauer, Arthur Pielli – 8
    A cheerleader wakes up after a twenty year coma and returns to sit at
    the cool table and try to become prom queen, as a thirty seven year-old
    woman.

    VERONA by Neil Widener, Gavin James – 8
    A re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

    105 AND RISING by Andrew Cypiot – 7
    Amid the chaos of a fILling nation on April 29, 1975, the objective was
    clear: safely evacuate all remaining Americans from Saigon. But to Major
    Jim Kean and Ambassador Graham Martin, the moment represented something
    else: the final opportunity to uphold promises and obligations to the
    people of South Vietnam.

    FREE AGENT by Sam Regnier – 7
    A female NBA executive for the Golden State Warriors pursues the biggest
    free agent of her career while managing a messy divorce and a
    complicated relationship with a younger colleague and his teenage
    sister.

    HOMEGROWN by Jacques Edeline – 7
    A teenage boy, raised in total seclusion and indoctrinated by his
    enigmatic father, is sent to live with a foster family and enrolled in a
    public high school when his father is incarcerated, threatening their
    relationship and causing the boy to question everything he’s learned.

    THE BOY by Owen Egerton – 7
    Sixteen years after stabbing a classmate to appease a legendary phantom
    known as the Boy, a repentant woman returns to her hometown to live with
    her sister and nephew, but as the Boy continues to haunt her she must
    face her deepest terror and discover the truth about the Boy before he
    claims her nephew.

    CARNIVAL by Matias Caruso – 6
    A deadly carnival knife-thrower hunts down the members of a powerful crime syndicate who murdered his sister.

    CROOK COUNTY by Gita Pullapilly, Aron Gaudet – 6
    A whistleblower’s harrowing journey into an undercover FBI operation in
    1980’s Cook County, Illinois, sending him toe-to-toe with corrupt
    judges, hustling defense attorneys, and Chicago mobsters; and ultimately
    resulting in the largest number of convictions of government officials
    in the history of the United States.

    DAMSEL by Bryan McMullin – 6
    After first being locked in a tower and then hidden deep in the forest
    to prevent a prince from rescuing her, long-haired Rapunzel vows to get
    revenge.

    FRANCIS AND THE GODFATHER by Andrew Farotte – 6
    Facing financial ruin, auteur filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola is forced
    to direct the adaptation of Mario Puzo’s pulp novel The Godfather,
    pitting him against legendary mega-producer Robert Evans.

    GREEN RIVER KILLER by Michael Sheen – 6
    Based on the Eisner Award winning graphic novel of the same name.
    Detectives in the Green River Killer case attempt to unravel both the
    facts behind the gruesome murders that plagued the Pacific North West
    for over a decade and the psychosis of the killer they find themselves
    face to face with.

    LANDSLIDE by Will Staples, Tony Camerino – 6
    Based on the book How to Break a Terrorist by Tony Camerino. The story
    of America’s search for terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, and the man who
    played a key role in tracking him down by using psychological warfare.

    RESURFACE by Pete Bridges – 6
    An underwater earthquake decimates a research crew working at the bottom
    of the Mariana Trench, leaving two survivors with limited resources to
    ascend 35,000 feet and reach the surface before their life support runs
    out.

    SONGS OF TREBLINKA by Viorica Blan – 6
    Based on a true story. A renowned Jewish conductor plots a revolt with
    fellow prisoners as he attracts the respect of his Nazi captors in
    Poland’s most notorious death camp.

    THE CANYON by Alex Koplow – 6
    When parents reunite with their grown children for a road trip to hike
    the Grand Canyon, the family conflicts on the way prove far more
    grueling than the twenty mile hike.

    THREE MONTHS by Jared Frieder – 6
    After being exposed to HIV the weekend of his high school graduation in
    2011, a punk gay teenager from Miami attempts to start a new
    relationship with a someone from his support group as they try to endure
    the three months it takes to get accurately tested.

    WISH UPON by Barbara Marshall – 6
    When Claire, a sixteen year old misfit, finds a magic box that promises a
    chance at the life she has always wanted, she never could have guessed
    that each wish would demand a deadly payment.

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    Cheshire
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    I remember hearing about a 300 style re-imagining of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet called Verona months ago. Joe Roth was attached as producer, I wonder if this is that film.

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    M H
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    I want to see “Bubbles” more than I can possible describe.  

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    For those with at least 20 points (cuz I didn’t feel like going down further), I only find Crater interesting.

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    Bubbles sounds so bizarre…….I don’t really understand.

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    Atypical
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    “Reagan” practically writes itself. Some It-Girl would get the coveted role of the intern. Emma Stone? Emma Roberts? One of the Fanning girls?

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    REAGAN by Mike Rosolio – 25
    When Ronald Reagan falls into dementia at the start of his second term, an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the commander in chief that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.

    Conservatives are going to lose their shit over this. Greenlight it immediately!! 

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    [quote=”24Emmy”]REAGAN by Mike Rosolio – 25
    When Ronald Reagan falls into dementia at the start of his second term, an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the commander in chief that he is an actor playing the president in a movie.

    Conservatives are going to lose their shit over this. Greenlight it immediately!! 

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    Emma Watson  and Alan Rickman. Done.  

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    Just my thoughts on these (and oddly like all of them)

    BUBBLES by Isaac Adamson- 44 : Yes! I can totally see this working as an animated movie.

    STRONGER by John Pollono – 40 : He always reminded me of Adam Dtiver so I am all for this if Driver is in the movie.

    ROCKET* by Jeffrey Gelber, Ryan Belenzon – 37 : I can’t really think of anyone for the lead but my dad would like this movie.

    THE LIBERTINE by Ben Kopit – 37 : Jean Dujardin and Marion Cotillard. That is all.

    CRATER by John J. Griffin – 34 : Yes! I would watch this easily.

    MISS SLOANE by Jonathan “Jonny” Perera – 31 : Sounds like a movie Sandra Bullock or Cate Blanchett would make.

    TRUE FAN by John Whittington – 28 : I oddly could see Zach Galifinakis doing this movie.

    PALE BLUE DOT by Brian C Brown, Elliot DiGuisseppi – 26 : This sounds like a really interesting plot. Maybe Jennifer Lawrence?

    REAGAN by Mike Rosolio – 25 : Someone said it before but I am all for Emma Roberts and Alan Rickman in this

    BUMP by Ori Guendelman, Rob McClelland – 21 : Daniel Radcliffe would probably like this movie lol. He has been making some dark choices lately.

    ELI by David Chirchirillo – 21 : Sounds like a winner to me.

    SEPTILLION TO ONE by Adam Perlman, Graham Sack – 20 : Sounds like a perfect movie for Kate Hudson and Matthew McCounaghey to make.

    WHITE BOY RICK by Logan Miller, Noah Miller – 20 : Ok so this screams Oscar to me.

    BOOMTOWN by Matt King – 18 : This sounds like something DiCaprio would make

    DREAMLAND by Nicolaas Zwart – 18 : Sounds like a interesting plot. I’m all for it

    THE FISHERMAN by Will Dunn – 18 : Another movie I could see DiCaprio being interested in.

    THE WATER MAN by Emma Needell – 18 : Sounds like a interesting plot but I’m wondering if it would be better as a TV show or mini-series

    ALL THE MONEY IN THE WORLD by David Scarpa – 17 : The only one I wouldn’t watch to be honest but my parents would love this movie.

    BOY by Mattson Tomlin – 17 : Sounds very exciting.

    THE SHAVE by Thomas White, Miles Hubley – 17 : Sounds interesting. Maybe Kurt Russell or Sam Jackson?

    DO NO HARM by Julia Cox – 16 – I would totally watch this one but it sounds very HBO

    HAMMERSPACE by Mike Van Waes – 16 : Sounds like a Disney movie but darker. Tim Burton?

    THE WRETCHED EMILY DERRINGER by Chris Thomas Devlin – 16 : This sounds weird. But I like weird lol

    PANDEMONIUM, SPLENDIDLY MANAGED by Brett Conrad – 15 : Anyone else thinnk this sounds like a Bill Murray movie?

    THE VIRGINIAN by Michael Russell Gunn – 15 : Benedict Cumberbatch. That is all

    CASTLE DRIVE by Matthew Scott Weiner – 14 : Matthew Mc and Jake Gylenhaal would be my picks for this one.

    CUT AND RUN by Zoe McCarthy – 14 : Sofia Vergara and Reese Witherspoon could be a fun team for this.

    MAYDAY 109 by Samuel V. Franco, Evan Kilgore – 13 : Dave Franco or Zac Efron maybe?

    MORNINGSTAR by David Birke – 13 : This sounds boring to me but my dad would love it.

    MOVE THAT BODY by Lucia Aniello, Paul W Downs – 13 : Yeah sounds like a lifetime movie……so my gradmother would love this

    NYAD by Robert Specland – 13 : Tila Swinton?

    QUEEN OF THE AIR by Cat Vasko – 13 : Can’t thnk of anyone for Alfredo but this woman looks a lot like Rachel McAdams in my opinion

    SPRING OFFENSIVE by Matthew McInerney-Lacombe – 13 : Nicole Kidman?

    THE BURNING WOMAN by Brad Ingelsby – 13 : Marion Cottilard?

    BLACKFRIARS by Chris Bremner – 12 : Mark Whalberg and Johnny Depp?

    CIRCLE OF TREASON by Anna Waterhouse, Joe Shrapnel – 12 : Meh.

    STAR ONE by David Coggeshall – 12 : Clint Eastwood movie or Spielberg.

    THE SET UP by Kari Granlund – 12 : Can’t tell if this is a comedy or a drama.

    BARE KNUCKLE by Dave Matillo – 11 : The guy from “Outlander” as the husband, Jake Gylenhaal as Bad Jack, and maybe Anne Hathaway as the wife?

    CHAPPAQUIDDICK by Taylor Allen, Andrew Logan – 11 : Yeah not going to be made lol. Mark my words, that family won’t let it happen.

    GREAT FALLS by Andy Friedhof – 11 : Jennifer Lawrence as the deputy, Cate Blachett as the superior officer, and Jennifer Jason Leigh as the inmate?

    HUNTING EICHMANN by Matthew Orton – 11 : Sounds like my kind of movie.

    A SPECK IN THE SEA by Jeff Pope – 10 – Bradley Cooper?

    BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS by Dan Kunka – 10: I always thought that Christoph Waltz looked like Jackson.

    CRIMSON TRAIL by Jeremy Shipp – 10 : Sounds like a movie that Matt Damon might like.

    LABYRINTH by Christian Contreras – 10 : I’m all for this.

    OUR WEEK WITH WALLER by Evan Mirzai, Shea Mirzai – 10 : James Franco?

    SET IT UP by Katie Silberman – 10 : Emma Roberts and Billie Lourde. Done

    UNTITLED SOCIOPATH PROJECT by Topher Rhys-Lawrence – 10 : Chris Pratt?

    ARES by Geneva Robertson-Dworet – 9 : Johnny Depp?

    FINAL JOURNEY by Michael Lee Barlin – 9: This sounds very interesting.

    MILITIA by Henry Dunham – 9 : Sounds intense

    SALEM by Mark Bianculli, Jeff Richard – 9 : My fav of the bunch

    TOMORROW ON THE RUNWAY by Frederick Seton – 9 : Jame Franco?

    TREASURE ISLAND by James Coyne – 9 : Yes!

    UNTITLED LARRY HILLBLOM PROJECT by Matt Portenoy – 9 : Meh

    A LIFE FANTASTIC by Natalie Antoci – 8 : Amy Adams?

    AN AFRICAN WESTERN by Chloe Castellon, Ridgeway Wilson – 8 : Lupita Nyongo?

    ATLANTIC WALL by Zach Dean – 8 : Zac Efron could be good in this

    BED REST by Lori Evans Taylor – 8 : Jessica Chastain?

    I BELIEVE IN AMERICA by Terry Clyne – 8 : I’m intrigued.

    IDA TARBELL by Mark McDevitt – 8 : Natalie Portman?

    LOU by Maggie McGowan Cohn – 8 : Sounds like a good one

    PRECONCEPTION by Jake Morse, Scott Wolman – 8 : Jared Leto and Amy Schumer?

    SENIOR YEAR by Andrew Knauer, Arthur Pielli – 8 : Reese Witherspoon?

    VERONA by Neil Widener, Gavin James – 8 : I dig it.

    105 AND RISING by Andrew Cypiot – 7 : Meh

    FREE AGENT by Sam Regnier – 7: Meh

    HOMEGROWN by Jacques Edeline – 7 : My second fav of the bunch

    THE BOY by Owen Egerton – 7 : Sounds a lot like that Whispers show ABC had but better

    CARNIVAL by Matias Caruso – 6 : Jeremy Renner?

    CROOK COUNTY by Gita Pullapilly, Aron Gaudet – 6 : Meh

    DAMSEL by Bryan McMullin – 6: Yeah this sounds awesome

    FRANCIS AND THE GODFATHER by Andrew Farotte – 6: Whats with the Godfather and people wanting movies about thow it was made lol? I like the other one better thats in this list

    GREEN RIVER KILLER by Michael Sheen – 6: Yes! Love this

    LANDSLIDE by Will Staples, Tony Camerino – 6 : So for this one!
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    RESURFACE by Pete Bridges – 6 : Love this idea!

    SONGS OF TREBLINKA by Viorica Blan – 6 : Love this idea!

    THE CANYON by Alex Koplow – 6 : Meh

    THREE MONTHS by Jared Frieder – 6 : Meh

    WISH UPON by Barbara Marshall – 6: Sounds fun

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