Screen Rant Pitch Meetings Catch Phrase

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The Screenwriter likes referring to sequences that are tangentially relevant to the story at best as “sidequests.” “That might as well happen.” Said by the Producer when the Screenwriter has an idea the Producer isn’t very interested in. Sometimes it’s played with, by having the Producer describe the pitch as something odd, like “so, you have an Avengers commercial for me?” for a Marvel movie. Not many fans are eagerly awaiting a potential TNG reboot into the Kelvin timeline, but if it does happen, we certainly hope the characters will be allowed to be who they were onscreen.

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After hearing that it’s the latter, the Producer says “Interesting”, and upon hearing that Powell’s character arc involves him becoming able to kill people again, flatly says, “Well, good for him.” In the Stranger Things Season 4 pitch meeting, the Screenwriter says that Eddie dies heroically by distracting a horde of bats that probably didn’t need to be distracted at that time. During the Aladdin pitch meeting, the Producer asks the Screenwriter why they’re remaking a beloved animated film despite the fact that they’re unlikely to improve upon it. In the A Nightmare on Elm Street pitch meeting, he brings up the original ending of the movie, which would have heavily implied that the events of the film were all just a bad dream that the main character had. The Screenwriter uses the same phrase in the Avatar pitch meeting, when describing why he decides to have much of the exposition come from Jake giving video reports.