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Seeking the NEXT great super heroine screenplay(s) with great character and story baseline that can be done with low budget standards.

We are looking for a PG-13-Soft R rating. No explicit sexual content or pornography.

We have access to resources to produce the film to make it look like a block buster success.

Strong emphasis on character and a great story more so. Looking to develop character into comic graphic novels and other promotion opportunities.

Looking for a strong super heroine character(s) to redefine the genre.

Established comic book writers encouraged to apply for the opportunity to have your character come to life, produced onto the screen!

Please contact us with story or synopsis before hand, those selected will be asked to forward your screenplay for review.

e-mail cobrahawkster@gmail.com.

NOTE: There is no pay in advance so scripts shall be offered on a NON-BINDING agreement however if project is accepted by several interested distributors there will be compensation from that.

Some links to our previous work http://www.radiantpicturesent.com, http://www.feartheforest.com

Thank you
Good Luck!
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@Rod,

Hello,

Is there a deadline--?

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Zack
Posted: January 10th, 2013, 10:25pm Report to Moderator
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What kinda budget are we looking at?

~Zack~


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dogglebe
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shame you had to say 'heroine.'


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Zack
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You said soft-R. Is violence/gore/language allowed?

~Zack~


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dogglebe
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that would depend on the violence/gore/language.

what you got, bi-yotch??


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Rod
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Hi

Answers to your responses:

Zack: Yes violence,gore language allowed to a limit.

Dogglebe: Yea the super hero thing has been done to death. Trying to add a little versatility and redefining that genre since super-heroine films have been getting a bad rap lately.
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Quoted from Rod
Trying to add a little versatility and redefining that genre since super-heroine films have been getting a bad rap lately.







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dogglebe
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Quoted from Rod
Dogglebe: Yea the super hero thing has been done to death. Trying to add a little versatility and redefining that genre since super-heroine films have been getting a bad rap lately.


I don't know about that.  The Black Widow was nicely done in the Avengers movie.  The Resident Evil franchise has Alice.  Catwoman, in the last Dark Knight movie, was a strong character, as were the female leads in the short-lived Sarah Connor Chronicles.


Phil

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