This weekend, I’m doing a pass on the pilot script for my (formerly) Untitled Awesome Project – which will only remain untitled until it is mentioned in an upcoming interview with my production partner. The plan is to deliver the script to the broadcaster on Monday, have them respond by week’s end with general effusive praise and a brief rundown of their favorite parts, maybe a weekend of thorough consideration followed by a production green light. Of course, that’s MY plan. THEIR plan may vary significantly. While I’m waiting…
Re-reading (for perhaps the eighth time) the horror novel I’ll be adapting for the small screen – I’m thinking 8-10 episode first season – with the author who happens to be my very favorite in the genre. The title of this one will probably be revealed in the same aforementioned interview in the coming days – which will give you all plenty of time to check out the book in advance of the series!
Also in that interview, you’ll probably hear about the comic book adaptation I’m presently working on. We have a series overview and are anxiously awaiting the green light to go to script.
Slow progress on that BIG project for the streamer. Trying to be patient…
Awaiting word on pitching that small town supernatural horror series. Man, this is a weird one.
Meeting with my partners next week on that procedural (of all things!). The plan is to go out and pitch as soon as I wrap production.
Finally, I have to circle back and have a conversation with my editor about that epic space opera comic book series. I’d broken it down into a four issue opening arc, but he feels five issues would be a better way to go.
Finally finally – Know Your Comic Book Supervillain History!
7 thoughts on “June 1, 2019: Project Updates!”
Yes yes yes! Hopefully the UAP and the comic book stuff will be smooth sailing, and not much waiting! Looking forward to your interview and the announcements … or more teasers! XD
In the meantime, I think you need more Hattendo power! LOL.
I understand waiting, and how lucky you are that the Hattendo’s opened. I am waiting to get back to work and work is waiting for the right words from the TBI clinic doctor as am I. I miss my many travels though Tokyo on my way to/from BKK as well as the many people awaiting my return 5-9. I have grown to enjoy the show Private Eyes as when the show shows the many streets of YYZ, I think many times I say to myself “that scene looks familiar,” but I have been there only a few times. In watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. I am mesmerized by Ming-Na Wen. If only you could entice her for your “new not yet entitled project,” but now I have another reason to get back to work so I can travel to YYZ: visit the many eateries you have mentioned, visit the many streets in the show Private Eyes, and just enjoy life traveling again.
Excellent excellent. This unfolds slowly and nicely. Can’t wait!
How do you find the time and energy for all those projects? Whew! You rock!
My big news here is that I caught a nap yesterday. I hope everyone gets a nap this weekend.
Are you going back for more of those buns today? You didn’t say when the shop opened but I expect it will be a huge success.
Ah, so much potential in the air! Or is it pollen? Am I sneezing in anticipation?
It all sounds very exciting! Especially the small town supernatural horror series and the horror novel adaptation and of course your untitled awesome project and the epic space opera. Well, pretty much every thing you are working on. Good luck! Can’t wait!
That’s a lot of stuff in the works! I hope you hear something about something soon.