James Bond Movies Script Collection: Screenplay Download

Bond, James Bond. Mr. Bond is responsible for one of the most successful film franchises in Hollywood history. Here’s a collection of every James Bond screenplay available on-line. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link int he comment section.

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The Power of Myth: Creating Star Wars’ Mythos w/ Joseph Campbell

Star Wars Power of myth

The Power of Myth is very powerful. Whether you love or hate Star Wars you have to admit that creator George Lucas tapped into something primal when he came up with the saga that will define him.

With the gluttony of no story visual effects studio films, Star Wars has stood the test of time, but why? What is it about Star Wars that touches so many people around the world.

Sure the visual effects were and are amazing but it comes down to is STORY, something lacking in today’s cinematic landscape.

When George Lucas was in USC film school he was fascinated with the work of a Joseph Campbell, an American mythologist, writer, and lecturer, best known for his work in comparative mythology and the all-important ‘Hero’s Journey‘.

His work covers many aspects of the human experience. His philosophy is often summarized by his phrase: “Follow your bliss,” advice we all need to take to heart. George Lucas stated, following the release of the first Star Wars film in 1977,

“…that Star Wars was shaped, in part, by ideas described in The Hero with a Thousand Faces (FREE AUDIO BOOK VERSIONS HERE) and other works of Campbell’s.”

The linkage between Star Wars and Joseph Campbell was further reinforced when updated reprints of Joesph Campbell’s book used the image of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker on the cover.

Below I have compiled a group of videos detailing the creation of not only the mythology of Star Wars but of STORY itself. They will show you how you can create a mythology in your stories and screenplays. Enjoy and May the Force Be with You.


The Mythology of STAR WARS

In this interview, made in 1999, Bill Moyers discusses with George Lucas how Joseph Campbell and his concept of the Monomyth also known as ‘The Hero’s Journey’ and other concepts from Mythology and Religion shaped the Star Wars saga.


The Power of Myth

This EPIC1988 documentary, The Power of Myth, was filmed at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch. During his interviews with Bill Moyers, Joseph Campbell discusses the way in which Lucas used The Hero’s Journey in the Star Wars films (IV, V, and VI) to re-invent the mythology for the contemporary viewer.

The interviews in the first five episodes were filmed at  Skywalker Ranch in California, with the sixth interview conducted at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, during the final two summers of Joseph Campbell’s life.

The series was broadcast on PBS a year after his death. In these discussions, Joseph Campbell presents his ideas about comparative mythology and the ongoing role of myth in human society.

These talks include excerpts from Joseph Campbell’s all-important and best-known work The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Below are some videos explaining Joseph Campbell’s work. If you are a screenwriter, this is a must-watch. Watch it here: The Power of Myth

Here are some of Joseph Campbell’s Video Series you should watch to get a better understanding of the “Power of Myth.”


Star Wars: The Legacy Revealed

This Emmy Award-nominated documentary (for Outstanding Non-fiction Special, Outstanding Writing [Non-fiction], and Outstanding Directing [Non-fiction]) explores the mythological and historical underpinnings of the Star Wars saga, through interviews with scholars, artists, and politicians of our time. Produced in 2007, it highlights the depth and breadth of the franchise as created by George Lucas.

Lily and Lana Wachowski Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Lily and Lana Wachowski (aka The Wachowski Siblings & The Wachowski Brothers before transitioning) are best known for writing the masterpiece that is The Matrix, but if that is where you stop reading you’d be cheating yourself out some amazing screenplays. We’ve put together the definitive collection of screenplays written by The Wachowskis.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


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PLASTIC MAN (1995)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings (UNPRODUCED) – Read the screenplay!

ASSASSINS (1995)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

BOUND (1996)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

CARNIVORE (1999)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings (UNPRODUCED) – Read the screenplay!

THE MATRIX (1999)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

BATMAN: YEAR ONE (1999)

Treatment by The Wachowski’s Siblings (UNPRODUCED) – Read the treatment!

THE ANIMATRIX (2003)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the transcripts!

THE MATRIX RELOADED (2003)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

THE MATRIX REVOLUTIONS (2003)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

V FOR VENDETTA(2005)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

SPEED RACER (2008)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

CLOUD ATLAS  (2012)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the screenplay!

JUPITER ASCENDING (2015)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings – Read the abridged screenplay!

SENSE8 EP. 1 (2016)

Screenplay by The Wachowski’s Siblings & J Michael Straczynski – Read the screenplay!

THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS (2021)

Screenplay by Lana Wachowski, David Mitchell & Aleksander Hemon – COMING SOON


The Matrix: Breaking The Rules

The Matrix is an absolute classic film. It did quite a lot in its way to revolutionize the use of quality visual effects and bring some of the most remarkable fighting scenes ever filmed to the big screen. It also formed and established one of the most real environments in science fiction. But while imagination fuels the world of tThe Matrix or The Matrix environment, it also has an abundance of rules. Most movies in other genres have rules that defined how the characters respond or interact, by limitations and motifs that drive the narrative’s conflict.

In some other movies, the rules may make cause the conflict to escalate to give it the desired feel and effect. However, in The Matrix, the rules are the battle of the narrative. Where the hero of the story is a sentient program. To destroy The Matrix, the protagonist and the other heroes must break the rules of The Matrix.

In The Matrix, the rules are always at the core of the narrative. It is what holds the heroes back and what they are consistently and always opposing. Perhaps the top rule that most characters face is the rule in the narrative. For example, how Neo gets to establish himself as The One is a classic example of the hero’s journey. What makes this work and blend into the film’s primary attempt to breaking the rules is how it challenges the character at every turn and questions legitimacy.

The heroes are only as powerful as they opposing forces they face. For a character like Neo, he fights so many. And although most of the action takes place in a computer simulation, it is not as light as in games. There are consequences for certain things that happen in The Matrix. Failure in The Matrix will instantly lead to death outside of The Matrix. It adds and raises the stakes for the action and thrill throughout. And it is also used to create significant setbacks for the film’s narrative (Ciphers betrayal). Inevitable death awaits any of the heroes that confront an Agent. This affects Neo when he must choose to confront an agent or run away.

The rules aren’t always about death but significantly revolve around the life or death of the protagonist. The Oracle doesn’t give Neo a confirmation that he is the One but instead gives him another prophecy that he will have to choose between his life and that of Morpheus. This put a lot of things in motion in his journey. When he comes to save Morpheus, he is aware that he might die. He saves everyone but gets left behind, and manages to run away until Agent Smith seals his fate. All the rules come crashing down on Neo pointing that he must die. But then, a new rule is introduced – Love. It is through this that all others are broken. Much like a computer program given contradictory data, the rules crashed, and Neo becomes the One.

Shonda Rhimes Masterclass: Learn Television Writing from the Creator of Scandal

When Shonda Rhimes pitched Grey’s Anatomy she was so nervous she had to start over, twice. Since then Shonda has created and produced television’s biggest hits. In this class, Shonda teaches you how to create compelling characters, write a pilot, pitch your idea, be a showrunner, and build your career. You’ll also get her pilot scripts, pitch notes, and story bibles. Welcome to Shondaland.

The internationally respected Shonda Rhimes, whose TV credits include ABC Studios’ Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, Private Practice, How to Get Away with Murder, and The Catch

In 5+ hours of video lessons, Shonda teaches you her playbook for writing and creating hit television. Watch, listen and learn as Shonda teaches you how to write, pitch, and create a hit TV show.

You can ENROLL in the course now to this game-changing television writing course. Click here to gain access

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Shonda RhimesMasterclass: Learn Television Writing from the creator of Scandal is priced at $90 and includes: 

  • Shonda Rhimes teaches you his unique approach to television writing in over 5+ hours of lessons (10 Videos)
  • Interactive exercises
  • A 15-page downloadable workbook accompanies the class with lesson recaps and supplemental materials.
  • Lifetime access, with classes that never expires
  • Learning materials and workbooks
  • Accessible from any device
  • Watch, listen, and learn as Shonda teaches his most comprehensive tennis class ever.
  • Office Hours: Upload work to get feedback from the class. Shonda Rhimes will also critique select student work.

If this class is anything like past Masterclass’ you are in for a treat.

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Shonda Rhimes’s Top 10 Rules For Success


Keynote: Ms. Rhimes, MIPCOM 2016 Personality of the Year

Shonda Rhimes, creator and writer of groundbreaking hit shows and one of the most celebrated and influential producers in Hollywood, has been named MIPCOM 2016 Personality of the Year.


Shonda Rhimes at the 2015 Massachusetts Conference for Women

Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal” creator and writer Shonda Rhimes spoke with New Yorker television critic Emily Nussbaum in front of a sold-out crowd of 10,000 attendees at the 2015 MA Conference for Women in Boston on December 10, 2015.


Ms. Rhimes Delivers Dartmouth’s Commencement Speech

Shonda Rhimes ’91, the wildly successful television writer and producer, told the Dartmouth Class of 2014, “Ditch the dream and be a doer, not a dreamer.”


Charlie Kaufman Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Charlie Kaufman is an enigma wrapped in a riddle. His work is so uniquely his that you can tell you are reading a Kaufman script within the first page. His breakout screenplay Being John Malkovich established him as a creative force in Hollywood.

Charlie is one of the most celebrated screenwriters of his era., being nominated for four Acadamy Awards, twice for Best Original Screenplay Being John Malkovich and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind(he won the Oscar® for latter). You can learn volumes about pace, structure, and dialog just by reading his screenplays.

Before you lock yourself in a room and start reading all of Charlie Kaufman’s Screenplays, take a listen to this masterclass given by Mr. Kaufman himself.

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SCANNER DARKLY (1997)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman (Unproduced Draft) – Read the screenplay!

BEING JOHN MALKOVICH (1999)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

HUMAN NATURE (2001)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

ADAPTATION(2002)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman and Donald Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

CONFESSIONS OF A DANGEROUS MIND (2002)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND(2004)

**Won an Oscar® for Best Screenplay**Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK (2008)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman – Read the screenplay!

ANOMALISA (2015)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman- Read the screenplay!

I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS (2020)

Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman- Read the screenplay!

Sofia Coppola Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Take a listen to Oscar® Winner Sofia Coppolaas she discusses his screenwriting and filmmaking process. The screenplays below are the only ones that are available online. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link int he comment section.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


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The Beguiled (2017)

Screenplay by Sofia Coppola – Read the treatment!

The Bling Ring (2013)

Screenplay by Sofia Coppola – Read the screenplay!

Somewhere(2010)

Screenplay by Sofia Coppola – Read the screenplay!

Lost in Translation (2003)

Screenplay by Sofia Coppola (Oscar® Winning)– Read the screenplay!

The Virgin Suicides (1999)

Screenplay by Sofia Coppola – Read the screenplay!


The Life and Times of Writer/Director Sofia Coppola

Sofia Coppola who lives in Paris, France is an American. She was born in New York City, New York and attended the California Institute of Arts, Mills College. She is a film director, producer, screenwriter and actress. She has two children and her parents are Francis Ford Coppola, her father a veteran movie director, producer and screenwriter and Eleanor Coppola her mother. In 1999, she wrote and directed the movie The Virgin Suicides.

For her directional role in Lost in Translation, she received the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2003 and presently is the third in line of women who have been nominated in the category of an Academy Award for Best Director. Sofia Coppola won the top award “Golden Lion” at the Venice Film Festival in 2010 for her role in the drama Somewhere; she is the only American actress and fourth American filmmaker who has won this award). Her personal life is unique.

Sofia Coppola was given birth to on May 14, 1971, and is 45 years. She happens to be an only daughter and the youngest child in the Coppola clan. According to her, she had spent a quite number of years in Tokyo, especially during her 20s when she and a friend owned a miniature clothing line together.

This according to her accorded them the opportunity to always travel to Tokyo a couple of times per year. In 1999, she married Spike Jonze who she had met in 1992 and divorced him in 2003 after an official statement that stated that the divorce was one reached with sadness. In 2006, she and her boyfriend had a child and subsequently got married again in 2011, she got married to Thomas Mars her boyfriend. She has two daughters, the eldest born on November 28, 2006, and the younger on May 2010.

Her career is unique, as she is believed to have started as an infant taking up background roles in at least seven of her dad’s movies. One of the early infant roles where she appeared is in the baptism scene bearing the name Michael Francis Rizzi in the movie called The Godfather. Subsequently, she has roles to play in The Godfather series, that is the first, second and third The Godfather movies. In The Godfather II, she played the role of a child who is believed to be an immigrant. In 1983, she acted in her father’s movie, The Outsiders alongside Matt Dillon, Tommy Howell, and Ralph Macchio.

In the same year, she featured in The Rumble Fish. In 1984, she also acted in her father’s movie The Cotton Club and did same in 1986 in a movie called Peggy Sue Got Married as the sister to Nancy Kelcher under the screen Kathleen Turners. In 1984, she acted her first movie titled Frankenweenie, which was not in a way connected to her father.  Just to prove her prowess, in 1989 a short film she co-wrote with her father titled Life Without Zoewas released. This was part of a three-way anthology New York Stories, which was directed by her father.

After all these roles played in several movies, Sofia Coppola was chosen for a role due to the disengagement of one of the original casts of the series, Winona Ryder. She had to play the role of the daughter of Michael Corleone. On this particular role, the public criticized her ruthlessly for been stiff and false portrayal of the role. Critics argued that she brought no originality into the role, this led to her being selected as Worst Supporting Actress and Worst New Star at the Golden Raspberry Awards of 1990. Sofia Coppola retreated after this experience of backlash and criticism but featured in the movie Inside Monkey Zetterlandan Independent film in 1992.

This led her to enroll in the California Institute of Arts for a program in fine arts. During this period, she focused on her photography, fashion design, experimenting with attires and at the same time contributing towards a film directed by her brother Roman. However, she began to write the screenplay of adaptation of Jeffrey Eugenides’ The Virgin Suicides in 1993. This screenplay which happens to be elusive and memorable stirred the likes of Kathleen Turner, Kirsten Dunst and James Woods and at the end turned out to be a huge success. From several interviews she gave during the promotion of The Virgin Suicides, she is believed to have said that the level of criticism generated by her role in The Godfather III was not hurtful because she originally did not take acting as a career.

She is versatile in her career. In the 1990s’, she has appearances in various music videos like The Black Crowes by Sometimes Salvation, Sonic Youth’s by Mildred Pierce, Deeper and Deeper by Madonna, Elektrobank by The Chemical Brothers, and a video from Funky Squaredance titled Phoenix’s.

On filmmaking, her filmmaking career started as early as 1998 when she shot her first short film known as Lick the Star, which was played numerously on the Independent Film Channel. In 1999, she struck gold and made her debut role as a film director of the movie The Virgin Suicides, which received accolades when it premiered at the 2000 Sundance Film Festival in North America. In 2003, she had her second feature in the film Lost in Translation.

For this, she won the Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards in 2003. In her interview on the 10th anniversary of Lost in Translation, she attributes the inspiration for the movie Lost in Translation as a reflection of her personal experience as she described the movie as her most personal movie because it envisages what she went through in her 20s. With this huge success and

With this huge success and being a third-generation Oscar winner, she was extended an invitation to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 2006, her third film called Biopic Marie Antoinette debuted; this was an adapted biography of a British Historian called Antonia Fraser. In 2010, she produced her fourth film titled Somewhere, which was filmed at the prestigious Chateau Marmont as released.

She would not stop now, hence in 2013, she released another film The Bling Ring, a true life story centered on a group of teenagers from California who engaged in the burgling of homes owned by celebrities. Sofia Coppola began negotiations for to helm The Little Mermaid, adapted from a script written by Caroline Thompson. Unfortunately, she dropped out as a director in June 2015 because of creative differences.

She was versatile and so ventured into Television during the mid-1990s in a series called Hi Octane with her best friend Zoe Cassavetes on Comedy Central. This show never made it after four episodes. Her first commercial called Gossip Girl debuted in December 2008. She went further to launch various Christmas ads for Gap a clothing chain line in October 2014. She also ventured into modeling in the 1990s and would often feature in several girl-focused magazines such as Seventeen and YM.

Due to her love for fashion, she launched a fashion clothing line in Japan called Milk Fed with her friend Stephanie Hayman. She was selected as the face of House of Fragrance by Marc Jacobs a fashion designer. She would also do double duty as a photographer as well. Her photographs of Paris Hilton were published in an issue of Elle in July 2013. She once again ventured in opera and was announced as an opera director in May 2016 where she took up directory role for the production of an opera known as La Traviata.

She has won various awards over the span of her career. In 2003, she was nominated for three Academy Awards for the film Lost in Translation in the categories such as Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay. She won the award for Best Original Screenplay but lost the others to Peter Jackson for The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King.

She became the first American female to be nominated for Best Director and the third in the whole of the world after the likes of Jane Campion and Lina Wertmuller. Subsequently, her film Lost in Translation won two awards in the Golden Globes Award; they are the Best Motion Picture and Best Screenplay. She also won the Golden Lion award in September 2010 at the Venice International Festival. Sofia Coppola is the first America woman to have won this award.

Her family became the second third-generation Oscar winners for Best Original Screenplay as she, her father and grandfather have won this awards in the past. The family of Walter, John and Anjelica Houston was the first family to have achieved this feat.

She is currently the director of a yet to be released remake of The Beguiled, a 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood. This film features such amazing talents like Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Kirsten Dunst, and Elle Fanning and will be released in 2017.

David Lynch Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Take a listen to the legendary David Lynch as he discusses his screenwriting and filmmaking process. The screenplays below are the only ones that are available online. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link in the comment section.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


Watch David Lynch’s micro-budget short film The Alphabet.

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THE ELEPHANT MAN (1973)

Screenplay by David Lynch, Christopher DeVore, Eric Bergren – Read the screenplay!

RONNIE ROCKET(1977)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the screenplay

ERASERHEAD (1977)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the script synopsis

DUNE(1984)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the screenplay

BLUE VELVET (1986)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the screenplay

ONE SALIVA BUBBLE (1987)

Screenplay by David Lynch, Mark Frost – Read the screenplay

TWIN PEAKS(1989)

Screenplay by David Lynch, Mark Frost – Read the screenplay
Episode 1 – Read the Teleplay
Episode 2 – Read the Teleplay
Episode 3 – Read the Teleplay
Episode 4 – Read the Teleplay
Episode 5 – Read the Teleplay
Episode 29 – Read the Teleplay

WILD AT HEART(1990)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the screenplay

FIRE WALK WITH ME(1994)

Screenplay by David Lynch, Robert Engels – Read the screenplay

LOST HIGHWAY(1997)

Screenplay by David Lynch, Barry Gifford – Read the screenplay

MULHOLLAND DRIVE (2001)

Screenplay by David Lynch – Read the screenplay

Guy Ritchie Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Below are all the screenplays written by the phenomenal writer, director, producer Guy Ritchie available online. Watch the video below to get a deeper insight into his writing process. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link in the comment section.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


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The Gentlemen (2019)

Screenplay by Guy Ritchie – Read the screenplay!

The Man from U.N.C.L.E (2015)

Screenplay by Guy Ritchie and Lionel Wigram – Read the screenplay!

RocknRolla (2008)

Screenplay by Guy Ritchie – Read the screenplay!

Snatch (2000)

Screenplay by Guy Ritchie – Read the screenplay!

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

Screenplay by Written by Guy Ritchie – Read the screenplay!

Mel Brooks Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Esteem EGOT winner, Mel Brooks is a director, writer, producer, actor, composer, and comedian whose career and legacy spans over 60 years in the Hollywood, and Broadway entertainment industries.

Below you’ll find a list of every film in Mel Brook’s filmography that is available online. Watch the video below to get a deeper insight into the writing process. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link in the comment section.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


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The Producers (2005)

Screenplay by Mel Brooks – Read the Screenplay!

Blazing Saddles (1974)

Screenplay by Mel Brooks, Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Richard Pryor, and Alan Uger – Read the Screenplay!

Young Frankenstien (1974)

Screenplay by Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks – Read the Screenplay!

Akiva Goldsman Scripts Collection: Screenplays Download

Below are all the screenplays written by Akiva Goldsman available online. Watch the video below to get a deeper insight into his writing process. If you find any of his missing screenplays please leave the link in the comment section.

When you are done reading take a listen to Apple’s #1 Screenwriting Podcast The Bulletproof Screenwriting Podcast, with guest like Oscar Winner Eric Roth, James V. HartDavid ChaseJohn AugustOliver Stone and more.


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Doctor Sleep (2019)

Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman & Jeff Pinkner – Read the Screenplay!

The Dark Tower (2017)

Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman & Jeff Pinkner – Read the Screenplay!

The 5th Wave (2016)

Screenplay by Susannah Grant, Akiva Goldsman, and Jeff Pinkner – Read the Screenplay!

Angels & Demons (2009)

Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman and David Koepp – Read the Screenplay!

I am Legend (2007)

Screenplay by Mark Protosevich and Akiva Goldsman – Read the Screenplay!

Cinderella Man (2005)

Screenplay by Cliff Hollingsworth and Akiva Goldsman – Read the Screenplay!

I, ROBOT (2004)

Screenplay by Jeff Vintar and Akiva Goldsman – Read the Screenplay!

A Beautiful Mind (2001)

Screenplay by Akiva Goldsman and Sylvia Nasar – Read the Screenplay!

Batman Forever (1995)

Screenplay by Lee Batchler, Janet Scott Batchler, and Akiva Goldsman – Read the Screenplay!