The second installment of the Hollywood Fantasy Draft has now concluded. It is now time to discuss the next stage, the main reason you participated in the draft in the first place: Pitching a movie with the cast you picked. Read on!
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After his wife is brutally murdered in a bank heist, a federal agent must chase down a couple world renowned criminals, who are making their way across America. A former drug addict turned Federal Agent, Robert is one of the best at what he does, and that’s hunting down and capturing federal criminals.
On a weekend vacation trip to Point Reyes National Seashore in California a couple with their best friend encounter the keeper of the Lighthouse. A solitary man kind of a philosopher with whom they discuss about his life and how he choose to be apart of society and live a in reclusive lifestyle.
Will (DiCaprio) misses his wife Grace (Hall). So much in fact the thought of killing himself and being reunited with her makes getting through the day almost bearable. He can only face this grief by himself as Grace’s family has cut off all contact from him and his father is in a coma.
It’s been 29 years since Kevin’s adventures through time and space with a bunch of thieving little dwarves, which ultimately resulted in the explosion of both his parents after they touched the burnt Sunday roast which was, in fact, all that was left of the being known as ‘Evil’ ™.
The film opens with a close up on a young man whose face is looking directly looking into the camera. He is attractive, in his twenties, and is talking to someone who we do not see. Judging from the conversation they have just had a late night rendezvous and are making plans to met again.
Macky, an aging pimp is the victim of a turf war when the newly arrived Yakuza begins to bully him into leaving town or working for them. Not being one to take things lying down, Macky refuses to be bullied and retains his grip on his small pocket of Los Angeles.
In an adaptation of D.J. MacHale’s Pendragon series, 14-year old Bobby Pendragon, a popular basketball player at his school, has just found out that he is a Traveller and is swept from his home by his uncle Press Tilton to battle Saint Dane in a classic war between good and evil across the territories of Halla.
It’s December 1974. Miriam Richards is an investigative journalist for the New York Review magazine. Recently returning from Germany and Vietnam investigating a story about heroin addiction in returning Army veterans, Miriam is a hard working reporter who does whatever it takes to get her story.