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Full 2012 Black List of Best Unproduced Scripts

Posted: December 19th, 2012 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
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Every year, film executive Franklin Leonard releases his list, called The Black List, of most-liked unproduced screenplays in Hollywood. This year's list was compiled from the suggestions of 290 film executives, each of whom picked up to ten of their favorite scripts.

Since the list started in 2004, many screenplays ended up being turned into films. In 2005, two of the top three scripts were "Lars and the Real Girl" which was nominated for Best Original Screenplay Oscar, and "Juno" which actually won the Oscar.

See the 2012 Black List below, broken up by how many votes each screenplay received. Some of the projects are already in the works.

65 - DRAFT DAY (Rajiv Joseph, Scott Rothman)
On the day of the NFL Draft, Bills General Manager Sonny Weaver has the opportunity to save football in Buffalo when he trades for the number one pick. He must quickly decide what he's willing to sacrifice in pursuit of perfection as the lines between his personal and professional life become blurred.

43 - A COUNTRY OF STRANGERS (Sean Armstrong)
Based on true events. Inspector Geoff Harper conducts a forty year search for the Beaumont Children, three siblings taken from an Australian beach in January of 1966.

43 - SEUSS (Eyal Podell, Jonathan Stewart)
As a young man, Ted Geisel meets his future wife Helen, who encourages his fanciful drawings, and in the 1950s when Ted is struggling professionally, Helen helps inspire the children's book that will become his first big hit, "The Cat in the Hat."

39 - RODHAM (Young Il Kim)
During the height of the Watergate scandal, rising star Hillary Rodham is the youngest lawyer chosen for the House Judiciary Committee to Impeach Nixon, but she soon finds herself forced to choose between a destined path to the White House and her unresolved feelings for Bill Clinton, her former boyfriend who now teaches law in Arkansas.

35 - STORY OF YOUR LIFE (Eric Heisserer)
Based on the short story by Ted Chiang. When alien crafts land around the world, a linguistics expert is recruited by the military to determine whether they come in peace or are a threat. As she learns to communicate with the aliens, she begins experiencing vivid flashbacks that become the key to unlocking the greater mystery about the true purpose of their visit.

33 - WUNDERKIND (Patrick Aison)
A Mossad employed father and his CIA agent son team up to hunt an escaped Nazi.

31 - EXTREMELY WICKED, SHOCKINGLY EVIL, AND VILE (Michael Werwie)
Based on a true (and ultimately surprising) story, a promising young law student fights an oppressive legal system and growing public scrutiny when his routine traffic stop snowballs into shocking criminal charges, imprisonment, daring escapes, and ultimately acting as his own attorney in a nationally televised murder trial.

29 - GLIMMER (Carter Blanchard)
When three friends go missing on a camping trip in a forest rumored to be haunted, the two left behind discover clues that lead them to a safe deposit box containing video tapes... showing exactly what happened to their friends.

29 - ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL (Jesse Andrews)
Based on Andrews's eponymous novel, a quirky high school student who enjoys making films sparks a friendship with a classmate dying of leukemia.

28 - DEVILS AT PLAY (James Dilapo)
In the Soviet Union in 1937, a worker of the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs finds a list of traitors, which he thinks is going to be his way out.

26 - SWEET VIRGINIA (Paul China, Benjamin China)
A former rodeo star unknowingly starts a rapport with a young man who is responsible for all of the violence that has suddenly gripped his small town.

25 - FATHERS AND DAUGHTERS (Brad Desch)
A woman recalls her close relationship with her famous novelist father while struggling to overcome her fear of emotional involvement with her first real boyfriend.

23 - SHUT IN (Christina Hodson)
A woman who tries to raise her catatonic son on her own suddenly discovers a shocking secret about him.

22 - THE KEEPING ROOM (Julia Hart)
Three southern women defend their home from the Union army while their husbands are off fighting in the Civil War.

21 - IF THEY MOVE... KILL 'EM! (Kel Symons)
After losing his luster and respect in Hollywood, famed director Sam Peckinpah hopes to direct his next great film with financial backing from Colombian drug lords and brings along a novice screenwriter to write the film in Colombia.

20 - AMERICATOWN (Ben Poole)
In a China-dominated near future, a former LAPD officer attempts to save his family from destitution in Los Angeles by working for a crime lord in the American ghetto within a thriving Hong Kong.

20 - SAND CASTLE (Chris Roessner)
Based on a true story, a group of United States soldiers in Iraq risk their lives to save a local village.

20 - THE JUDGE (Bill Dubuque)
A successful attorney returns to his hometown for his mother's funeral only to discover that his Alzheimer's-stricken father is suspected of murder and must represent him in court. The ordeal becomes an emotional journey that makes him a better man.

19 - CLIVE (Natasha Pincus)
After an accident causes a successful CEO to lose both legs, he is forced to re-evaluate his life and identity.

19 - COMANCHERIA (Taylor Sheridan)
Two brothers, one an ex-con and the other a divorced father of two kids, face the foreclosure of their family's West Texas farm. They team for a skillfully-calculated bank robbing spree that puts them on a collision course with two Texas Rangers determined to take them down.

19 - FLOWER (Alex McAulay)
A coming of age story about the unlikely bond that forms between a sexually adventurous teenage girl and her obese, mentally unstable step-brother.

19 - WHALEMEN (Tucker Parsons)
The leader of a fourteenth century Scottish whaling village must seek out and do battle with a whale many times larger than any he has ever seen in order to ransom back his son from the occupying English.

19 - WHIPLASH (Damien Chazelle)
Based on the eponymous short film written and directed by Chazelle. Under the director of a prestigious but borderline abusive instructor, a young college student begins to lose his humanity in his quest to become the core drummer of the top jazz orchestra in the country.

18 - GEORGE (Jeff Shakoor)
When an acerbic alcoholic finds himself penniless and alone he has no choice but to crash his family's holiday. Years of alienating them makes for a stiff challenge, but eventually he subtly helps them heal.

17 - THE FAULT IN OUR STARS (Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber)
Based on the eponymous novel by John Green, a teenage girl stricken with cancer falls for a boy in her support group and the two form a bond as they deal with their illnesses.

17 - THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY (April Prosser)
A twenty eight year old woman is about to get engaged to her great boyfriend, when the ex she hasn't gotten over moves back into town. All of a sudden she isn't sure if her boyfriend is really the one, and so she spends time decorating her ex's new condo, trying to figure it all out.

16 - THE BALLAD OF PABLO ESCOBAR (Matt Aldrich)
After his family is almost killed in a car bombing, Pablo Escobar wages a war with a rival cartel and his own government in an effort to protect his family.

16 - THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA (Mark Hogan)
During WWII, a a fifteen year old German boy is sent to America to spy for the Fatherland by joining a politically-connected family as an English war orphan. Tension mounts when the boy gets the chance to assassinate President Roosevelt.

16 - MAN OF TOMORROW (Jeremy Slater)
In an alternate 1940s reality, the US Government makes a deal with an indestructible gangster to kill Hilter in exchange for the city of Chicago, which he will build into his own utopia. Unfortunately his model city never comes to fruition and both he and his Bureau liaison get much of the slack for destroying one of America's greatest cities and now the government wants him dead.

15 - EL TIGRE (Aaron Buchsbaum, Teddy Riley)
A family vacation goes horribly awry when the father is mistaken for the most ruthless drug lord in Mexico, El Tigre.

15 - MURDER CITY (Will Simmons)
An ensemble crime story set in Detroit about an ex-con who goes back for one last heist in order to settle his family's debt.

14 - THE FINAL BROADCAST (Chris Hutton, Eddie O'Keefe)
A man takes a job as a radio broadcaster in a small town, only to discover that it is embedded with a radical group planning mass destruction in conjunction with an upcoming lunar eclipse.

14 - THE SURVIVALIST (Stephen Fingleton)
Years after lack of resources result in much of the world's population dying off, a survivalist is living on a farm alone until a woman and her seventeen year old daughter show up looking for cover.

13 - BLACK BOX (David Guggenheim)
When Air Force One crashes, a journalist discovers a cover up after gaining access to the plane's black box data and must unravel the mystery.

13 - CHERRIES (Brian Kehoe, Jim Kehoe)
Three fathers learn of their teenage daughters' pact to lose their virginity on prom night and band together to stop them.

13 - FROM NEW YORK TO FLORIDA (Austin Reynolds)
An undisciplined boy is sent to Florida for the summer with his grandparents, and the drive south changes him forever.

13 - HEY, STELLA! (Tom Shephard)
The story of how Marlon Brando won the role of Stanley Kowalski in Elia Kazan's broadway play A Streetcar Named Desire.

12 - THE BROKEN (John Glosser)
In 1967 Oklahoma, a war vet/farmer investigates the suspicious death of his estranged son in the next county. When he discovers his son's brutal murder was a covered-up gay bashing, he goes on a one-man mission to take down the corrupt sheriff responsible.

12 - THE DISCIPLE PROGRAM (Tyler Marceca)
A man begins an investigation into his wife's mysterious death, only to find that it goes much deeper than he imagined.

12 - JOJO RABBIT (Taika Waititi)
After being severely hurt by a grenade at Hitler youth camp, a prideful and nationalistic ten-year old boy discovers that his mother is hiding a fifteen year old Jewish girl in their house.

11 - ALL-NIGHTER (Brad Ingelsby)
An aging hitman goes up against his boss over a single night in order to protect his family.

11 - MCCARTHY (Justin Kremer)
It is 1951. Junior Senator Joe McCarthy feels lost. He's anonymous, just another suit on Capitol Hill. He craves attention and celebrity. He's desperate to be noticed, to be adored. Inspired by the response of the American public to the House of Un-American Activities Committee, McCarthy decides that communism will be his defining issue. What follows is nearly unthinkable — national fame, a shocking conspiracy, a sitting President afraid to oppose him, and a torrid journey of self destruction and paranoia.

11 - THE WINTER KILLS (Ben Carney)
A disgraced cop pursues the serial killer who murdered his partner ten years ago, has resurfaced, and is killing again.

11 - WHO FRAMED TOMMY CALLAHAN? (Harry Kellerman)
An elementary school student searches for the truth behind the candy bar ring conspiracy that got his brother expelled.

10 - OUR NAME IS ADAM (T.S. Nowlin)
An astronaut travels back in time to enlist the help of his younger self.

10 - THE PORTLAND CONDITION (Dan Cohn, Jeremy Miller)
Set against the backdrop of rainy Portland, Oregon, a young man finds himself falling in love for the first time – only to receive a letter from his future self, warning him of impending heartbreak.

10 - SOMACELL (Ashleigh Powell)
A female prison guard in the future, where prisoners are rehabilitated with virtual reality, discovers a conspiracy that puts her loyalty into question.

10 - UNTITLED COPS SCRIPT (Blake McCormick)
Following a costume party where they dressed as cops, two best friends are mistaken for actual police officers and find themselves on the run, after being forced to bring a dangerous criminal back to the station.

9 - CONVERSION (Marissa Jo Cerar)
A preacher's wife, grieving from the loss of her teenage son and struggling to hold her family together, forms an unlikely friendship with a young street hustler who helps her understand her lost son and survive alcoholic depression.

9 - GOODBYE, FELIX CHESTER (Max Taxe)
After finding out he has a month left to live, high school junior Felix Chester focuses all of his time and energy on one goal: losing his virginity to his dream girl.

9 - PENNY DREADFUL (Shane Atkinson)
Desperate to hang on to his pregnant girlfriend, bumbling Dennis gets caught up in a kidnapping scheme gone awry, leaving him saddled with a sociopathic little girl who seemingly calls the shots.

8 - BORDER COUNTRY (Jonathan Stokes)
A veteran goes to war against a crew of corrupt cops intent on controlling the US/Mexico border.

8 - DOPPELGANGERS (Evan Mirzai, Shea Mirzai)
Buttoned-down 20-something Eric isn't ready to marry his longtime girlfriend Abby. His only way out is through slacker Sam, his identical twin brother, who offers to pose as Eric to do the dumping. But the plan becomes a disaster when Sam realizes Abby is actually really cool–and falls head over heels for her.

8 - THE EQUALIZER (Richard Wenk)
A veteran covert operative seeking redemption for his dark deeds quits a CIA-like agency and devotes himself to helping others where injustice has been done.

8 - GROUND CONTROL TO MAJOR TOM (Jason Micallef)
After nine years, a NASA communications expert reconnects with the astronaut she believed to be dead and helps rescue him from space.

8 - OUT OF STATE (Eric Pearson)
While driving his regular interstate bus route, an emotionally fractured ex-convict finds himself acting as a father figure to a forsaken young boy from the Philadelphia ghetto, even though he knows that the boy is smuggling drugs.

8 - TIMES SQUARE (Taylor Materne, Jake Rubin)
Set amidst the transformation of Times Square from New York's seediest neighborhood to the commercialized Disneyland it is today, when a secret from his past is unearthed, a young man's loyalties are divided between his neighborhood boss who raised him and the grizzled ex-cop who swore to protect him.

7 - BLEEDING KANSAS (Russell Sommer, Dan Frey)
A runaway slave and a sheriff must journey to rescue the kidnapped daughter of a Gubernatorial candidate against the backdrop of Kansas' induction into statehood and whether or not it would be a slave or free state.

7 - EX BOYFRIEND OF THE BRIDE (Matt Hausfater)
After he finds out his ex-girlfriend is getting married, a man decides to go to the wedding in order to stop her from going through with it.

7 - HIBERNATION (Will Frank, Geneva Robertson-Dworet)
A wrongly convicted inmate volunteers for a hibernation experiment in exchange for one day of parole every five years, which he uses to prove his innocence and search for his missing daughter across an increasingly futuristic landscape.

7 - THE HOOVERVILLE DEAD (Brantley Aufill)
Set in St. Louis in the 1920s, washed up baseball player Will Cosgrove is a private eye with his older brother Ross. When Ross goes missing, Will stumbles upon a deep secret that the disease taking over the town is not quite what it seems and a mob boss turned Governor will do anything to keep the town's secret from being revealed.

7 - THE KILLING SPREE (Derek Elliott, Jack Donaldson)
Heartbroken after being dumped by his longtime girlfriend, a guy's best friends devise the perfect plan for his recovery and teach him how to sleep with as many women as humanly possible.

7 - MIDNIGHT AT NOON (Nathaniel Halpern)
On the run after robbing a bank during the great depression, two brothers find themselves trapped in the harsh region known as the Dust Bowl where a ruthless killer hunts them down.

7 - THE OUTSKIRTS (Dominique Ferrari, Suzanne Wrubel)
After falling victim to a humiliating prank by the high school Queen Bee, best friends and world-class geeks, Mindy and Jodi, decide to get their revenge by uniting the outcasts of the school against her and her circle of friends.

7 - STOCKHOLM, PENNSYLVANIA (Nikole Beckwith)
A young woman, kidnapped when she was a kid, returns home to the family she barely remembers and struggles to feel 'at home.'

7 - TRANSCENDENCE (Jack Paglen)
An epic love story set in a time where a dying scientist is able to upload his consciousness into the internet and, facing its global implications, must fight against the forces who are actively working against the existence of a singularity.

6 - ALMANAC (Jason Pagan, Andrew Stark)
A group of high school kids discover how to time travel, but fail to recognize the potential consequences.

6 - COME AND FIND ME (Zack Whedon)
When his girlfriend goes missing, David must track down her whereabouts after he realizes she's not who she was pretending to be.

6 - DON'T MAKE ME GO (Vera Herbert)
When a single father to a teenage daughter learns that he has a fatal brain tumor, he takes her on a road trip to find the mother who abandoned her years before and to try to teach her everything she might need over the rest of her life.

6 - THE EEL (Roberto Bentivegna)
An escaped convict is ensnared in a plot by a corrupt Sheriff to kidnap the young heiress to an oil fortune, complicating his quest for freedom.

6 - F*CK MARRY KILL (Neel Shah, Alex Blagg)
Three best friends return for their high school reunion intent on righting all the wrongs done to them in high school … by either f*cking, marrying, or killing their tormentors.

6 - HOLD ON TO ME (Brad Ingelsby)
Based on an article written by Hillel Levin and Jim Keene, a ruthless and moneyhungry woman uses a hapless man as a pawn in her criminal schemes.

6 - KING OF HEISTS (Will Staples)
Based on the book King of Heists: The Sensational Bank Robbery of 1878 That Shocked America, written by J. North Conway. An unassuming man in the elite New York society assembles a crew that pulls off the largest bank heist in American history in 1878.

6 - THE LIGHTHOUSE (Eric Kirsten)
William Van Alen's building of the Chrysler building and the competition to be the first to complete the world's tallest building.

6 - MONSOON (Matt Ackley)
A dangerous love affair between a photojournalist and a black market smuggler set against the June 2001 massacre of the Royal Family in Nepal.

6 - THE PAPER MAN (Sean O'Keefe)
The true story of Matthias Sindelar, the Austrian footballer voted as the Sportsman of the Century and killed by Hitler's Nazi party.

6 - PESTE (Barbara Marshall)
Following the outbreak of a virus that wipes out the majority of the human population, a teen documents her family's new life in quarantine and tries to protect her infected sister.

6 - TITANS OF PARK ROW (Mitch Akselrad)
Young William Randolph Hearst goes to war against an aging Joseph Pulitzer as each tries to monopolize coverage of a mysterious homicide capturing New York's imagination, birthing the modern concept of sensationalist media coverage.

Source: The Black List


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SACdaddy writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 8:51:52 AM

Is it me or does Sweet Virginia sound a lot like Clay Pigeons?
Stapes writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 8:58:30 AM

Every single one of these movies would be fantastic for Nicolas Cage.
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 9:05:52 AM

surprise motherf*cker!
struck21 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 9:36:05 AM

About the only one that sounded interesting to me was Hibernation and that would need the perfect director.
Avirex writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 9:50:12 AM

These would all sound like amazing ideas...to a 12 year old in the 90's..the best of these is probably mediocre at best. They almost make all the remakes, sequels and prequel projects seem exciting by comparison
Avirex writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 9:53:45 AM

I love how modern comedy plots have simply become nothing more than one long immature sex joke.

Good thing the world ends in a couple days. This planet needs a reboot.
KillerCOck writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 10:09:11 AM

I think only 5 of these are actually interesting.
trailertrash writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 10:22:36 AM

... Yeah, i'll just wait for the movie, Thanks
trucvylucky852 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 12:04:53 PM

wow imagine how lots of movies now aren't original. these are the most unoriginal.
SACdaddy writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 1:12:09 PM

Whalemen sounds pretty interesting if its got a heavy Viking element in it. Man vs Mega Whale....I like it :-)
SACdaddy writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 1:15:59 PM

The Ballad of Paublo has to have some promise too. That guy had a crazy reign of terror. Watch Killing Paublo if you want more insight into how good this film could possibly be.
SACdaddy writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 1:36:33 PM

Man of Tomorrow, Americatown, Wunderkind, Midnight at Noon, The Broken, The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea, McArthy, The Final Broadcast, Ground Control to Major Tom (only if it has a sci-fi horror theme), and The Equilizer (starring Denzel) all sound promising too.
Tanman32123 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 3:03:37 PM

Okay here we go!

The ones I like:

A country Of Strangers, Story of your life, Glimmer (I like B Horror films), Comancheria, The ballad of Pablo Escobar, Man of Tomorrow, El Tigre, Murder City, Black Box, Cherries, The Broken, The Disciple Program, The winter kills, Out name is Adam, Untitled Cops script, Ground control to major Tom, Hibernation, Midnight at noon, Almanac, Come and find me, king of heists.

I'd give all those movies a Trailer Chance, Then I'd probably only like 5-15 of those trailers and then I'd probably only SEE 5-7 of them.

But that's just me lol..
CookingHamUSA writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 3:26:09 PM

I was hoping one would be the adapted screenplay of The House of the Scorpion.
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:42:03 PM

Most of them are either boring historical dramas, or even more boring social tracts.

No thanks, Hollywoood. Give me something truly thought-provoking.
cress writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:47:36 PM

It's ok to have sex with your doppelganger. Just make sure you strangle it afterwards before it tries to kill and replace you.
Kurskij writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:49:12 PM

6 - PESTE (Barbara Marshall)
Following the outbreak of a virus that wipes out the majority of the human population, a teen doc*ments her family's new life in quarantine and tries to protect her infected sister.

^ Anne Frank says "Hi".
Kurskij writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:52:30 PM

"6 - ALMANAC (Jason Pagan, Andrew Stark)
A group of high school kids discover how to time travel, but fail to recognize the potential consequences"

Back to the Future says Hi.

"6 - MONSOON (Matt Ackley)
A dangerous love affair between a photojournalist and a black market smuggler set against the June 2001 massacre of the Royal Family in Nepal."

Lots of romantic sh*t set against historical sh*t says Hi!

"6 - F*CK MARRY KILL"

Didn't read further. Sounds cool!

Kurskij writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:54:46 PM

"7 - TRANSCENDENCE (Jack Paglen)"

It's being filmed by Wally "CHRISNOLANIMAX" Pfister with Johhny Depp attached, no?
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 4:55:03 PM

Almanac is more like Chronicle + Primer.
Kurskij writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:03:40 PM

Still yet to watch Primer, so can't judge. Heard it's a great mindf*ck (or mind-riddle depending on a person talking)
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:15:14 PM

It's only a mindf*ck because it makes no sense.

Basically, it's the movie equivalent of Christmas lights stored in the attic for five years. You know what I mean.

Ultimately, Primer makes no sense because it isn't logically consistent. The movie, ends, and I'm not trying to spoil it, with multiple copies of the actors, and that's all fine, but if it were true time travel, you'd have to have a solution to the obvious paradox, and one isn't offered, but the writers do take you on a headspinning trip.
Tanman32123 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:22:27 PM

Time travel is the hardest thing to write, Because of its obvious unknown nature, Half the stories people make are guesses of what could happen and how it would happen but in reality nobody REALLY knows for sure..
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:26:56 PM

Every moment consists of infinite possibilities...like what would have happened if Alex's parents wouldn't had been horny that night?what would all of us been doing right now?
draculus writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:28:52 PM

"22 - THE KEEPING ROOM (Julia Hart)
Three southern women defend their home from the Union army while their husbands are off fighting in the Civil War."

... with sexy results.

minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:33:04 PM

@Rambo: lol! You mean, what would we be doing if his two fathers hadn't adopted from a Brooklyn orphanage, right?


@Tanman: no one has time traveled, that much is true, but to end up with copies of yourself is a gross violation of the second law of thermodynamics, so no, I don't think you'd end up with more than one copy of yourself no matter how much you time traveled, and even if you did the universe next door thing, you'd still violate the laws of thermodynamics.
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:39:23 PM

Arnold explains it the best:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxNCGjW2JAg
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:46:14 PM

yes,mink,I just located one of his fathers:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-i7SaQy_HYaQ/T7iVQ-9JMkI/AAAAAAAAAGU/mFrBzRppFOg/s1600/37RabbiCOOL.jpg
Tanman32123 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 5:57:39 PM

Mink,

Copies of yourself is very stupid lol, It's basically impossible, Unless you looked at it like this: You go back in time to Last night, Go to your house, Now there's 2 of you in your house. Technically There's 2 of you, But not necisarily a 'copy'

And for the topic of 'has anyone time traveled'

I'm kind of iffy on that idea, Because if you think about it, We would NEVER know if someone went and change the past, Because it wouldnt be changing OUR past but creating a new Future for everyone from then on.

I think.. Lol.. Not to mention that I've read a lot of claims on Time travel and how some people have 'crossed through' for a brief moment accidentally.

Or that famous Case of that kid in like 2004 who claimed on an online thread (much like this) That he was from the future and so forth. Very convincing but most likely untrue, If I Remeber the guys name... It's an interesting read lol
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:06:27 PM

@Rambo: lol! I don't even want to imagine where those closed fingers have been.

@tanman: that doesn't work, because in order you to still be around in the future after you've gone back in the past, your past self has to return to its future. It's called consistency.

Sure, for the moment, there's two of you, but one is on a closed time loop extending into a "future" portion of the four-dimensional space-time manifold.

Contrarily, Primer ends not with any sort of consistency, but essentially saying "there's a bunch of us now, go out into the world but don't interact with your double", which is just wrong.

The writers clearly didn't understand the physical basics of time-travel, or else they didn't care or else they had no clue how to end the script in any other way.
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:09:28 PM

"And for the topic of 'has anyone time traveled'"

No one has time-traveled. Sure, I can't prove a negative any more than I can prove someone's personal god doesn't exist, but the physics are clear: you'd need truly fantastic if not infinite energy to bend space and consequently time back on itself, and even then, you could go no further than the initial point in history the time machine came into existence.
pornfly writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:24:36 PM

The bad guy stuck him in a car on a mountain road and knocked him out and welded the door shut and tore out the brakes and started him to his death, and he woke up and tried to steer and tried to get out but the car went off a cliff before he could escape! And it crashed and burned and I was so upset and excited, and the next week, you better believe I was first in line. And they always start with the end of the last week. And there was Rocketman, trying to get out, and here comes the cliff, and just before the car went off the cliff, he jumped free! And all the kids cheered! But I didn't cheer. I stood right up and started shouting. This isn't what happened last week! Have you all got amnesia? They just cheated us! This isn't fair! HE DID'NT GET OUT OF THE c*ck - A - DOODIE CAR!
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:25:44 PM

and don't forget the 1.21 gigawatt...
pornfly writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:32:45 PM

What da hell is a gigawatt?!
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:36:57 PM

a billion watts.
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:55:27 PM

Django Unchained down to 97%.
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:57:28 PM

it will go down more...
Rambo writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 6:58:49 PM

and Jack Reacher is at 78%...finally a reason to go visit the cinema
Champ1432 writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 7:06:38 PM

Keeping Room sounds awfully similar to Cold Mountain, that one sticks out to me the most.

Some of these could be interesting, so you bet that those are the exact ones that will never be made.
Johnnyb writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 7:14:47 PM

The only scripts that catch my attention is the adaptation of The Equalizer and what I believe to be the next Nolan's project with Johnny Depp sci-fi, Transcendence! the other ones look like wash up crap ideas of f*ck up writers!
YoungChris writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 7:49:15 PM

I just saw Pain & Gain trailer .. That sh*t is WACK!!
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 7:53:52 PM

Pain and Gain trailer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEQ8jyvmYtw
minkowski writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 7:56:40 PM

I just love how Wahlberg STILL does not know how to perform curls correctly.
pornfly writes:
on December 19th, 2012 at 8:48:01 PM

Ahnold
tell everybody about supination
Tanman32123 writes:
on December 20th, 2012 at 12:12:48 AM

True enough Mink lol

Jack reacher looks good lol as well as Django Unchained

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