December 9, 2004

Get Me Bret Easton Ellis On The Phone Moto

Over at TMN, "Rick Paulas has tips for turning your art-house script into big money." The future? In one word: product placement.

Of course, unlike, say, American Pyscho, which placed so many products it could've been a Bond film, [wait, didn't American Psycho come first, so the era of Total Bond Sellout could've been a Bret Easton Ellis novel? But I digress.] Anyway, Paulas's "art house script" sample sounds suspiciously--and promisingly--like a spec script for CSI.

I think this boy's got a hi-res future, Wednesdays at 9.

Using Product Placement In Your Serial Killer Script

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