And that’s a wrap on Project A 2017 writers’ room.  Over the course of the past five days, we broke the pilot, broad stroked the second episode, bulleted the first episode character arcs, fleshed out the backstory of our aliens, overviewed our five season plan, ate a hell of a lot of breakfast pastries and cookies, and polished off a bottle of delicious Cuban dark rum my buddy Tio sent my way.  Thanks to David Ray, Alex Levine, and Samantha Mastai for their veritable whirlwind of ideas.  I could barely keep up!

May we have the opportunity to do it all over again (x9!) in the not too distant future.

Now, I’m off to write the outline and, soon after, that pilot script.  Some really great character dynamics in this one.  Can’t wait for you all to read see it!

December 8, 2017: Thank You’s, T-shirts, And Trailers!

Oh, damn.  Who’s going?  Well, I – for one – will be dropping by to stock up on super villain t-shirts and assorted comic book-related sundries.  I will be cosplaying as the protagonist of the anime series Harried Showrunner Kuromi.  Keep an eye out!

Well, here’s the trailer for the long-awaited Alita: Battle Angel live-action movie.   Hmmm.  Gorgeous visuals but I am unconvinced by the decision to animate the Alita character.

Well, this looks weird and interesting.  Have A Nice Day

A nailbiter!  You Were Never Really Here

6 thoughts on “December 8, 2017: Thank you’s, t-shirts, and trailers!

  1. A..Has Aliens 🙂
    and Looking forward to see the pilot 🙂
    Seem to develop so fast 🙂 this winter is too early for viewing the Pilot ?

    Alita: Battle Angel : looks interesting …Those Big Eyes O-O !!

  2. I’m anxious to hear more about Project A. I just hope it doesn’t depend on SYFY for its funding model.

    Toronto Fan Days sounds awesome! That would have been fun to take a trip up there for, but today is my concert with the choir I’m in. Of course, now we have a snowfall warning in effect, so who knows how that’s going to go.

  3. Looking forward to seeing Project A on the screen! Would love to read more about your approach to story and character arc development. So, as you are working with Samantha Mastai, is this with Lark Productions?

  4. I agree about CGI Alita, she’s got serious emoji face but it’s got an interesting cast.

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