The Beatles--"Drive My Car" (mp3)
CASTING CALL: I’m planning to make a movie, and I really want you to be in it. If you drive a car, ride in a car, have ever ridden in a car, or plan to ride in a car in the future, I would like you to try out for a part. If you drive a motorcycle, I am prepared to hand you a part. If you are part of a motorcycle gang, even better.
It will be shot locally, using regular folks just like you as actors. I will shoot it on a shoestring budget, so I can’t really offer you much beyond union wages on the front end, but I will offer you a percentage of the profits. I expect it to do quite well in
I was flipping through my Wii/Netflix instant playlist the other night, and I noticed how many movies have two words in their titles, especially of the adjective/noun variety: Sudden Impact, Dead Calm, Hard Bargain, Runaway Train, Inglorious Basterds, etc.
Sometimes, though, a single word is more dramatic.
WORKING TITLE: Sinkhole.
Even if it is a noun which includes an adjective in it. Ponder the possibilities.
PLOT SYNOPSIS: A sinkhole opens on an interstate and various people drive their vehicles into it. Tragedy, heroism, comedy, birth, death, human interest all ensue.
TAGLINE: In life, everyone encounters bumps in the road, but for some, there’s……Sinkhole.
PITCH TO HOLLYWOOD PRODUCER: “It’s Jaws meets
GRATUITOUS OPENING SEX SCENE: A lacrosse player and his girlfriend headed to a party in
So may you, if you're lucky enough to get a part.
And once we get that out of the way, we can get to the real stories. The down-on-his-luck singer headed to
All must to get past..............Sinkhole.
There will be roles involving plenty of other everyday folks just trying to get to their destinations for various reasons. All of those reasons are probably their last shots, in one way or another. And they’ll never know what hit them…….or what they hit.
AUDITIONS: Friday, May 21st. Bring your car. Or motorcycle. Or bike.