Thursday, July 11, 2013

Rejected Movie Plots

I’ve been pestering the Hollywood moguls with original movie scripts for years, but all my ideas have been rejected. For instance, I had a really good outline for a sequel to Hitchcock’s avian thriller, “The Birds.” But Universal Pictures didn’t like my title: “12 Angry Wren.”

I was hopeful that Orion Pictures would embrace my comedy about an aspiring hairdresser who practices on her sleeping siblings. But eventually they declined the rights to “Hannah and her Scissors.”

More of my other dazzling film outlines and their proposed titles, all of which were, for some reason, rejected, in the Hometown Journal.

17 comments:

  1. oh they obviously have no sense of humour .... compared to some of the other things they have produced they sound like fun themes

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  2. Thanks for your visit and comment.
    Wil, ABCW team

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  3. I would definitely go see "Hannah and Her Scissors!" Orion Pictures missed out!

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  4. 12 Angry Wren sounds interesting to me!

    Hazel

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  5. Hannah and her scissors! Sounds like a great plot! I bet my cosmetologist daughter would love it!

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  6. I LOVE THESE!! I wish I could use them in my post, but that wouldn't be right, would it?

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  7. One day your script will be accepted and really blow your mind. :-)

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  8. They must be mad. Don't they recognise genius when they see it.... grins.

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  9. What in the hell is wrong with those people?

    Love,
    Janie

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  10. I don't know about these... LOL Good luck in the future! {:-Deb

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  11. I can't understand why they would reject your scripts!

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  12. I am sooo sorry I am not a movie producer.

    I would be greatly honored to produce '12 Angry Wrens'!

    Thanks for your humor.

    You are absolutely grand!

    A++++

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  13. These titles are hysterical!! You really ought too take one of them and rewrite the original movie into a parody. Look what they did with the Lone Ranger. You are so doggone funny, Nick.

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  14. Loved all of these. You sure know how to play with words. You're the WIzard of Blogs.

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