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Director:John Lasseter, Joe Ranft
Written by:Dan Fogelman (Screenplay), Joe Ranft (Screenplay), John Lasseter (Story), Joe Ranft (Story), Jorgen Klubien (Story), John Lasseter (Screenplay), Kiel Murray (Screenplay), Phil Lorin (Screenplay), Jorgen Klubien (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Lightning McQueen, a hotshot rookie race car driven to succeed, discovers that life is about the journey, not the finish line, when he finds himself unexpectedly detoured in the sleepy Route 66 town of Radiator Springs. On route across the country to the big Piston Cup Championship in California to compete against two seasoned pros, McQueen gets to know the town's offbeat characters.

Bruce Campbell Scripts

One of the most successful actors to come out of the B-movie franchise, Bruce Campbell has built a career on his ability to bring humor and a snarky charm to any film that he stars in. While he is mostly known for his B-movie sensations (i.e. The Evil Dead trilogy and My Name is Bruce) he is much more than that. His popularity has stemmed into a career in many forms of entertainment including television, cartoons and video game voiceovers. He has been in major film productions such as Spiderman and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs while still maintaining his B-movie king status with underground films (i.e. Man with the Screaming Brain and Bubba Ho-Tep).

Bruce Campbell has been a successful actor based on his ability to pick and choose scripts that he believed were interesting, whether they were big budget masterpieces or low-budget slasher flicks. Even if his role is limited to a bit part or cameo appearance, he recognizes potentially good films and makes sure that he was part of the experience.  Because of his ability to work with such a humble mindset, he is most assuredly going to be a successful actor for many years to come. His filmography is a beneficial tool for understanding how to maintain long term success in the film industry.

  1. (2011) Cars 2
  2. (2009) Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs Script
  3. (2009) White on Rice
  4. (2007) Spiderman 3 Script
  5. (2007) My Name Is Bruce Script
  6. (2006) The Ant Bully Script [Transcript]
  7. (2006) The Woods
  8. (2005) Sky High Script [Transcript]
  9. (2005) Man With The Screaming Brain Script [Subscription Req’d]
  10. (2004) Spiderman 2 Script [Transcript]
  11. (2004) The Ladykillers Script
  12. (2002) Serving Sara Script [Transcript]
  13. (2002) Bubba Ho-Tep Script [Transcript]
  14. (2002) Spiderman Script
  15. (2001) The Majestic Script [Transcript]
  16. (2000) Timequest
  17. (2000) Icebreaker
  18. (1998) The Ice Rink
  19. (1997) McHale’s Navy
  20. (1997) Running Time
  21. (1997) Menno’s Mind
  22. (1996) Escape From L.A. Script
  23. (1995) Congo
  24. (1994) The Hudsucker Proxy Script
  25. (1992) Army of Darkness Script [Transcript]
  26. (1992) Mindwarp
  27. (1992) Eddie Presley
  28. (1992) Waxwork 2
  29. (1991) Lunatics: A Love Story
  30. (1990) Darkman Script
  31. (1990) Maniac Cop 2
  32. (1990) Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat
  33. (1989) Moontrap
  34. (1989) Intruder
  35. (1988) Maniac Cop Script
  36. (1987) Evil Dead 2 Script
  37. (1985) Crimewave Script [Transcript]
  38. (1984) Going Back
  39. (1981) Evil Dead Script


Pixar Scripts

It’s no secret that Pixar has been one of the forefront runners in the film industry since their first major feature film Toy Story (1995) was released in theaters. The technical mastery of computer simulated animation was a fresh change from the traditional animation styles of cartoon films, and since then, every Pixar film has been financial successes in the box office and in DVD sales. In addition to the beautiful animation, Pixar has excelled in creating spellbinding stories that have attracted movie audiences young and old.

The writers that work at Pixar are some of the best in the business and usually have graduated from top ranked schools. Their talent is usually accompanied by rigorous study in film writing technique and is critiqued according to the high standards of the company. If any aspiring writer wants to see how a professional quality script is written, then Pixar is a great place to start.

  1. (2011) Cars 2
  2. (2010) Toy Story 3 Script
  3. (2009) Up Script
  4. (2008) Wall-E Script
  5. (2007) Ratatouille Script
  6. (2006) Cars Script [Transcript]
  7. (2004) The Incredibles Script [Transcript]
  8. (2003) Finding Nemo Script
  9. (2001) Monsters Inc. Script
  10. (1999) Toy Story 2 Script
  11. (1998) A Bug’s Life
  12. (1995) Toy Story Script [Transcript]