I am currently trying to both become a screenwriter and get my name out there.
With this deal between Amblin and Netflix, they must begin talks with theater chains immediately.
This is further proof that they need to start talks now.
I am there!
I honestly believe Kill Bill has many of them, with Nancy Sinatra's "Bang Bang," for the grim opening credits, the theme from "Twisted Nerve," in the hospital sequence, the backstory of O-Ren Ishii to Ennio Morricone's music from "Death Rides a Horse," the theme from "Ironside," for the flashbacks, "The Lonely Shepherd," for the scene when Hattori Hanzo reveals his new sword, his masterpiece, to the Bride, the list is endless.
In Inglourious Basterds, both the theme for "Slaughter," and the theme to "The Battle for Algiers," in the Hugo Stiglitz sequence and David Bowie's "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)," for the beginning of the final act of the film.
I could go on forever!
Donald Glover is right. We need more experimental TV shows, genre such as science-fiction or otherwise.
Can't argue with it. The pandemic drove me nuts. I was barely productive, and nothing was being turned into a film script.
And in some cases, I didn't write anything for months.
I was very unproductive, almost through this insanity. I had some ideas started, but paused due to a lack of interest in writing. It was too much for me to handle. I watched a few more shows and films, but... I'd rather not continue. But I hope I can finally resume writing now that this thing is starting to calm down.