Episode: Where Are All the Good Scripts in Hollywood? This Guy Knows Where


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Where Are All the Good Scripts in Hollywood? This Guy Knows Where

This week we welcome special guest Franklin Leonard, the founder and CEO of The Blacklist, which is the perennial answer to the question “where are all the good movies?” We ask Franklin about how he and The Blacklist dig up the best unproduced screenplays in Hollywood and what’s the good stuff we should look forward to this year. From there we look at the year’s biggest, most prestigious awards: The MTV Movie Awards (OK, maybe not). But there are some surprisingly satisfying nominees this year. 

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