Written by Andrew Kevin Walker who also wrote the Spider-Man script we looked at, X-Men was another Walker script that was shopped around in the early 90's. Originally tapped for James Cameron, he eventually chose Spider-Man as his project and neither ended up coming to fruition. This script is very different from the X-Men movie we got in the early 2000s but is quite an interesting take on the franchise. You can find the script on our tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can follow the show on Twitter @shelvedpodcast. You can also email questions and comments to the show at shelvedfilmpodcast.gmail.com.
This week's episode, The Oscars, and a review of La La Land makes this mini episode a must listen. Host Jeremy brought his wife Amanda back as they review the movie tied for the most Oscar nominations, La La Land. We also cover the Oscar best picture mix up as well as some of the other winners. As always you can find the scripts on our Tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can find us on Twitter @shelvedpodcast or email the show firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who knew that Rob Zombie had once written a sequel to the Crow franchise. A sequel or a reboot? It's hard to tell but regardless this was a fascinating read! Another previous guest Vinny Malave (Resident Evil episode) returns to discuss Rob Zombie's insane and awesome version of the famed franchise in this screenplay for the Crow 2037. As always you can find out scripts on www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can follow the show on Twitter @shelvedpodcast. We also have an email where you can send in questions or comments email@example.com.
Well there was a lost podcast episode situation involving Jeremy and Amanda so today is a smaller mini episode. We cover the script for Friday's episode (The Crow:2037) and what follows is a short review on The Raid 2. A fantastic action film and the sequel to The Raid. Also known as The Raid Redemption. You can find the script for Friday's episode on our tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can always follow the show on Twitter @shelvedpodcast. We also have an email where you can send questions or comments firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well this week is a special one. We have a new Spider-Man movie coming this year and as he is my all time favorite superhero I decided to look at one of the few Spider-Man scripts that existed before the 2002 movie. Eric Zisleman returns to discuss his second picked comic book character on the show as we discuss the 1993 draft of Spider-Man by David Koepp. As always you can follow the show on Twitter @shelved. You can email the show at email@example.com and you can find the scripts at www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com
So today's Mini episode is the start of something new. My wife Amanda is coming on as a permanent co-host for the mini episodes. Amanda is an outsider to the movie world. She's not a movie fanatic she only married one. So now the mini episodes will all feature a conversation with the two of us as we attempt to make sense of each other and learn about what the other loves to watch. We will also review any new movies or television that we happen to watch. As always you can find the script for Friday's episodes on the tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com and follow us on Twitter @shelvedpodcast. If you want to email the show you can find us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2009 Dragon Ball Evolution was barfed into cinemas to a much maligned response. It threw away everything that everyone knew and loved about the show and instead presented the most bare bones and boring interpretation of the classic anime/manga. Well little did we know the script to the movie was actually much close to the source material so I brought in my buddy and fellow Dragon Ball fanatic Nick Almendarez, professional wrestler and founder of Freelance Wrestling in Chicago, do discuss the Dragon Ball movie that could have been. As always you can follow us on social media. Twitter: @shelvedpodcast or you can email us at email@example.com.
Well first I'd like to apologize for dropping this episode a day late as I've been terribly sick. Unfortunately there's no bonus discussion here as it's straight business as I struggle with my sick voice to give you all the information you need for Friday's episode. I also take a look at some of the iTunes reviews left by a couple listeners. As always be sure to check out the tumblr for access to this week's script (www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com) and you can follow us on twitter @shelvedpodcast and be sure to email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. There's a special announcement at the end of the episode so be sure to check it out!
This week Jeremy says the correct email address for the first time as he gathers with his fellow Star Wars geek Maggie to discuss George Lucas’s original rough draft for The Star Wars. This is quite an interesting read that is a must for any Star Wars fan that may have heard the stories but doesn’t know the details. Jeremy and Maggie dive deep into the mind of George Lucas and try to figure out how George Lucas went from this draft, to the Star Wars trilogy we all know and love today. As always you can follow us on social media. Twitter: @shelvedpodcast or you can email us at email@example.com.
Welcome to the second mini episode. In this episode before episode 3 your host Jeremy Meyer tells you the next script up for discussion. There's also a bonus conversation about the teen sex comedies of the early 2000's. You can find the script for the next episode at www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com and you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Well we made it to a second episode! It's officially a podcast. This episode is timed with the release of the new Resident Evil movie in theaters. Resident Evil The Final Chapter. A film series that has spanned 14 years and made hundreds of millions of dollars worldwide, but has always been met with tepid response. Before the series launched, George Romero, the zombie king, turned in a draft to Capcom in 1998 that they then shot down. I sat down with my horror obsessed friend Vinny Malave to discuss this rejected take on the classic franchise. As always you can follow us on social media. Twitter: @shelvedpodcast or you can email us at email@example.com. You can also follow Vinny’s horror themed clothing line on Instagram at thecrypticcloset or go to www.thecrypticcloset.com.
Welcome to the first official mini episode. This episode is here to inform our dear listeners of the next script we will be talking about in the next full episode. There's also some corrections at the beginning of the episode in relation to the social media and email. The hose Jeremy Meyer also takes a time out to discuss his feelings on X-Men Apocalypse which he recently finally got around to watching. As always you can follow us on Twitter at @shelvedpodcast or email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the premiere episode of Shelved! On this episode your host Jeremy Meyer sits down with friend Eric Zisleman to discuss the unproduced Batman Year One script. Written by Frank Miller and to be directed by Darren Aronofsky this project was canceled in 2002. You can follow the podcast on Twitter @shelvedPodcast and you can email the show at email@example.com.
Music: The Jazz Piano - Bensound.com
Welcome to the introductory episode of Shelved, a film podcast about unproduced or drastically changed screenplays to Hollywood movies. This episode introduces the host Jeremy Meyer and explains the basic construct of the show going forward. This episode will inform the listeners of where you can c ontact the show, and which script we will be looking at in episode 1.
Hello listeners! Well the show officially launches in just one week! I'm so excited to begin this journey with you and I've had so much fun preparing for the launch. unfortunately since the first few episodes were pre-recorded there's some stuff that happened in 2016 that has to be addressed. So this episode will catch us up on the important happenings in 2016 and finally get us ready for the show. If you want to contact the show you can email us at @firstname.lastname@example.org and your email will be read on the show. You can also find us on Twitter @shelvedpodcast, and be sure to check out our tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com.