Are we officially dating blacklist
“ is a story about timing and your 20s and just how difficult it can be,” said Nappi in a statement.
It’s only a matter of time before the talented and (very) lovely “True Blood” star Deborah Ann Woll begins to break out beyond the now silly HBO show (not that it was Shakespeare to begin with — but how many more subplots can it add? This summer she had a very nice minor, but important turn in the excellent, but unfortunately ignored “Ruby Sparks” and in case you forgot, she was in early talks for Paul Thomas Anderson‘s “The Master” for the role of Elizabeth before the movie was dumped by Universal, in its first incarnation.
Problem is, some screenwriters think this list isn’t on the up-and-up and accuse junior studio execs and assistants along with self-interested agents and managers of getting together to push their own clients on projects even if already abandoned.
Also, if you spot inaccuracies, take it up with Franklin: I do THE BLACK LIST was compiled from the suggestions of over 290 film executives, each of whom contributed the names of up to ten of their favorite scripts that were written in, or are somehow uniquely associated with, 2010 and will not be released in theaters during this calendar year.
With almost unfair good looks and solid natural charm, the efforts of men like Zac Efron to stay single are apparently taxing and treacherous enough to form a comedy.
The former High School Musical star has been cast as the lead in Are We Officially Dating?
Compiled every year from the suggestions of hundreds of film executives, each contributes the names of up to ten of their favorite scripts that were written in, or are somehow uniquely associated with, 2010 and will not be released in theaters during this calendar year.
THE BLACK LIST does catapult dozens of scripts into production and screenwriters out of oblivion.
With Zac Efron using his good looks to try and carry “The Lucky One” earlier this year, the actor has been keen to take some risks as well.
Diablo Cody’s , are just some of the screenplays which appeared on The Black List and then were made.
I’ve noticed that it’s also a “big dick” measuring contest for the Hollywood agencies and their motion picture lit departments.
Treehouse Pictures' Justin Nappi and Kevin Turen will produce with Scott Aversano and Andrew O' Connor.
Michael Simkin, Jason Barrett and Manu Gargi are executive producing., a laugher about three friends who promise each other they’ll stay single.