Am I crazy to just give away all of my secrets to writing sitcom scripts? Or maybe not so crazy?
Sometimes what finds its way to the cutting room changes the finished product drastically.
These authors were being asked to produce a full novel based on someone else's screenplay ... why wouldn't they completely tank the job in the most hilarious ways possible?
It turns out some come creatives aren't so easy to push around -- they have a message, dammit, and they'll do anything they can to get it to the people.
Here are five of the most baffling attempts to branch successful properties out into other forms of media that they were never intended for.
WARNING: The scene you are about to witness is a chilling preview of humanityâ€™s future, but not humanityâ€™s far future. Maybe two haircuts from now. And if youâ€™re bald, you will grow a lustrous mane minutes after reading this article. Your scalp will soon sport some real 'Yanni Live at the Acropolis' shit.
There are characters whose movies we can watch over and over, but we'd like to see them doing something just a little bit different
Can a movie succeed if the very people behind it are doing everything in their power to make sure that it fails? (Hint: Yes.)
Sometimes the desire to protect children's sensitive brains turns into bizarre self-parody.
It turns out, some sequels only exist by feeding off the carcass of the original's now-mangled plot.
Movies rely a lot on the viewers' suspension of disbelief. But thanks to the Internet, that disbelief is being shattered.