Well well well then, must have someone here thats like the other "imdb" people,Some at least! THIS SITE DIDNT CONTACT HIM FIRST!Mr. Ghostface wrote:Maybe the owner of the site is responsible for taking this whole ordeal and blowing it up way bigger than it should of been.
As I said I wasn't trying to say bash the guy's dreams. And if he wasn't responsible for it all, then he is still guilty of "going with it" and feeding into the members of this board who blew this thing way up and acted like he was a bigshot.
I guess I could have worded my first post better. I just feel that him having his own section on here is a little ridiculous considering all of what we have mentioned.
This website is treating his script like it's some some kind of gold mine.
This statement makes no sense for several reasons. First of all, his agent would be handeling soemthing like this. Not his manager. It doesn't even make sense for him to have a manager cosidering he has practically ZERO cred in the industry. You get an agent to get you started, then when you get huge and the work becomes so much that your unable to handle it all by yourself THEN you hire a manager. Michael having no work and no cred in the industry would not require having a manager. You know how much an average manager costs? Like hundreds of dollars a week. This guy could be rich, Im not pretending to know his income but still.On December 13th 2008, Michael T. Kennedy confirmed that his manager is still awaiting a response from the Weinsteins regarding whether or not they will use his script - all that is known at present is that they are still looking over the material.
Come on guys.... where were all the "I smell bullshit" and non believers and bashers when this interview was posted. As soon as Michael said this all his cred went out the window. That paragraph reeks of bullshit. It's typical wannabe hollywood bullshit. They always start off with the truth "well I uh.. I only have a little co-writing work right now...which is uh... uncredited..." and then they follow up with "BUT...I wrote this and write that, and did this and did that, and *insert major Hollywood name or studio* is looking at it, and *blank* is optioning this one.... OH and you know that big huge hit show *blank*, yeah Im possibly gonna be a staff writer on that".I only have some uncredited re-writes under my belt right now so a Scream 4 hire would be huge for me. As far as now, my manager and I created a very high concept reality show that 2 major MAJOR production companies are currently close to optioning -
it is a huge concept and will change the face of reality tv. I also created a sitcom pilot for the talented Kathy Griffin which is very Seinfeldesque in its approach. That script, I have to say, is one of the best things I have ever written and is something I am very, very proud of. Just waiting on her critique. I also have a original horror script, called Chasing Fate, making the rounds and hopefully with the Scream 4 exposure it makes it to the top of people's piles. That script is fun and very 70’s as far as setting and tone. Plus it plays out in real time, which is an aspect I have always wanted to see in horror. In addition to these projects I am in consideration for a staff writing job on CBS’s The New Adventures of Old Christine. As you can see I like to branch out my work into several areas.
Oh, I read your first post - then gave up.Mr. Ghostface wrote:I agree and disagree. On one hand, yes I should write shorter posts. On the other hand, if you feel they are too long then don't read them.
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