Monthly Archives: July 2015

Do you have a screenwriting question?


In the 7+ years I’ve been hosting this blog, I have received a lot of questions. Via email, Twitter, and here at GITS. I have tried to provide my thoughts in response to all of them which has resulted in a nifty free online resource which you can access here — over 300 questions sorted by category (e.g., Business 101, Characters, Film Industry, Format).

The really cool thing is because of the quality people who frequent this site, the resulting discussion for each question oftentimes provides even greater insight into the subject at hand. So if you have a question related to screenwriting, TV writing, or writing in general, there’s a good chance you will find some solid information in archive linked above.

However if you have a question you can’t find an answer to in the archive, feel free to post it in comments. Or if you prefer to…

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‘Spider-Man’ Reboot Finds Its Writers: ‘Vacation’ Duo In Talks


EXCLUSIVE: Vacation writer-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein are being set right now to write the Spider-Man reboot movie for Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios. The pair had been among the names on a shortlist to direct, but that gig went to Cop Car helmer Jon Watts, and the studio already has found its new Peter Parker in Tom Holland.

Getting a script ready for production was the next step as the pic is slated for release on July 28, 2017. Amy Pascal and Marvel’s Kevin Feige are producing the latest iteration of $4 billion superhero saga, which finds the action set in high school — though it is not considered to be an origin story.

In addition to another reboot in New Line’s Vacation, which comes out July 29 as their directorial debut, Daley and Goldstein paired on writing the Horrible Bosses films and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone. They also co-wrote the script for

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