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Posted: March 26th, 2006, 2:03pm Report to Moderator

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Weekend With Worley, A by Dan Ward - Comedy, Romance - Nick Rye is the hottest celebrity feature writer in the business.  He only interviews the legendary and the soon to be legendary.  However, his latest assignment is something completely new to him.  Her name is Worley Scott.  She is Teen Hollywood's reigning queen.  And she's going to give Nick much worse than writer's block.  She's going to make him fall in love. 92 pages - pdf, format

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It was an easy read and an alright script. I just didn't find it that intresting at the beginning. I think Vanessa and her assistant were completely ridicoulous and not needed in the story at all.
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I liked this script a lot!  The plot flowed nice and smoothly, and the relationship between Nick and Worley had a nice, honest feel to it.

When I was first introduced to Melissa and Vanessa, I thought they were going to play a more antagonistic role in the story.  You know, like they want to preserve Worley's image for their agency, so they deliberately try to sabotage her & Nick so they won't get too close.  

The characters were spot-on.  Particularly Allie, and how she's caught up in mainstream pop culture and celebrity worship.  That was a great conclusion where she's responsible for getting Nick and Worley to talk and work things out.

Anyway, I would give this a rewrite after so many years, and I could definitely see this made into a movie someday.  Keep up the greta work.

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