Chris Evans Scripts

Chris Evans is a whole different kind of actor than he was when he first started his career. Many many remember Evans as the jock main character of a movie called Not Another Teen Movie (2001). The raunchy teen flick was cheesy, raunchy
and terribly funny. However, it is not the type of movie that a person expects a star to rise up from.

However, Evans broke the stereotype and continued his career, taking roles in dramatic films, romantic comedies and then, his starring role in Captain America (2011). From then on, it is almost like a completely different person had taken the place of the original teen comedy star.

The film, The Avengers (2012) will definitely have an impact on his career as well. It only takes one good role to set a person off in the right direction. With the record breaking hysteria that this film has already received, it is no doubt that Evans will be seeing more work in the future.


  1.  (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) What’s Your Number?
  3. (2011) Captain America: The First Avenger
  4. (2011) Puncture Script
  5. (2010) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Script
  6. (2010) The Losers Script
  7. (2009) Push [Transcript]
  8. (2008) The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond
  9. (2008) Street Kings [Transcript]
  10. (2007) Battle for Terra [Transcript]
  11. (2007) The Nanny Diaries [Transcript]
  12. (2007) Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer
  13. (2007) Sunshine
  14. (2007) TMNT Script
  15. (2005) London [Transcript]
  16. (2005) Fantastic Four Script
  17. (2005) Fierce People
  18. (2004) Cellular Script
  19. (2004) The Perfect Score [Transcript]
  20. (2001) Not Another Teen Movie [Transcript]
  21. (2000) The Newcomers

Chris Hemsworth Scripts

Chris Hemsworth can be considered a “newcomer” to the film industry, given that he has only starred in a few films. However, prior to his first role in Star Trek (2009), Hemsworth was a television actor. After a few bit parts and one recurring role in the show Home and Away (2004-2007), he was able to get his break into the movie industry and has been rising ever since.

With his role in the popular new film The Avengers (2012), he is bound to push through into the A-list of movie actors. In addition, he is working on several upcoming projects which will continue to help his career such as Snow White and the Huntsmen (2012) which is soon to be

There’s no disguising the fact that his career is being blessed with great stories that will help develop the way audiences perceive him. Through good screenplays he may become the next big thing in the film world.


  1. (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) The Cabin in the Woods
  3. (2011) Thor Script
  4. (2010) Ca$h
  5. (2009) A Perfect Getaway [Transcript]
  6. (2009) Star Trek [Transcript]

Mark Ruffalo Scripts

Mark Ruffalo, one of the stars of the new film The Avengers (2012), has had a long, eventful career in Hollywood. However, he wasn’t always as widely respected as he is today. As a young man, he worked in theater, but made very little money and was unable to support himself on his talent alone. He took to bartending and did that for 10 years before he finally got his big break. The break came for him by a playwright named Kenneth Lonergan, who is the writer of the thriller, Margaret (2011).

Taking a shine to Ruffalo, Lonergan cast him in one of his plays, which contributed to his career and helped launch a successful start into the film industry. Since then, Ruffalo built his reputation in many widely acclaimed independent films and major motion pictures alike.

The lesson that a person can take from Ruffalo’s career is the fact that determination and hope will get a person through difficult circumstances. Despite the fact that he failed in numerous attempts to enter the entertainment industry, it merely took one well-written and executed play to help launch his career.

Actors and screenwriters will do well to follow the path of Ruffalo’s career, starting with his humble roots in theaters and ending with the major films that he has starred in recently. The most important thing in any person’s career is to follow your heart. By following their heart, a person will be sure that they are on the right track, whether they are accepted or not by mainstream audiences.



  1.  (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) Margaret Script
  3. (2010) Date Night Script
  4. (2010) Shutter Island Script
  5. (2010) The Kids Are All Right Script
  6. (2010) Sympathy for Delicious
  7. (2009) Where the Wild Things Are [Transcript]
  8. (2008) What Doesn’t Kill You Script [Subscription Required]
  9. (2008) The Brothers Bloom Script
  10. (2008) Blindness [Transcript]
  11. (2007) Reservation Road Script
  12. (2007)  Zodiac [Transcript]
  13. (2006) All the King’s Men Script
  14. (2005) Rumor Has It…
  15. (2005) Just Like Heaven [Transcript]
  16. (2004) Collateral Script
  17. (2004) 13 Going on 30 [Transcript]
  18. (2004) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Script
  19. (2004) We Don’t Live Here Anymore [Transcript]
  20. (2003) In the Cut [Transcript]
  21. (2003) View from the Top [Transcript]
  22. (2003) My Life Without Me [Transcript]
  23. (2002) Windtalkers [Transcript]
  24. (2002) XX/XY Script [For Purchase]
  25. (2001) The Last Castle [Transcript]
  26. (2001) Apartment 12 Script
  27. (2000) You Can Count on Me Script
  28. (2000) Committed
  29. (1999) I Ride with the Devil [Transcript]
  30. (1999) A Fish in the Bathtub
  31. (1998) 54
  32. (1998) Safe Men
  33. (1997) Blood Money Script [For Purchase]
  34. (1996) The Last Big Thing
  35. (1996) The Dentist
  36. (1996) The Destiny of Marty Fine
  37. (1995) A Gift from Heaven
  38. (1995) Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur
  39. (1994) There Goes My Baby Script [For Purchase]
  40. (1994) Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance
  41. (1993) A Song for You

Robert Downey Jr. Scripts

Robert Downey Jr. has had a roller coaster of a career ever since his breakthrough fame when he was a young man. Starring in great 80’s teen films such as Weird Science (1985) and Back to School (1986) gave him overnight success and put him in the crowd of powerful teen actors known as the “brat pack.”

However, the fame and success might have been too much for him as he slowly began to descend into a life of hedonism. He got in trouble with the law and even spent some time in jail during this bad period of his life.

Most people thought that he was going to be down forever and would not regain his stardom status, much like many actors of his time failed to do. However, the one thing that Downey had was talent, and it was up to him to decide when he was going to straighten out his life and fulfill his marvelous destiny.

He worked himself up through the ranks, sobered up off of drugs, and eventually landed the role that set his career off again in Iron Man (2008). Almost like déjà vu, he was an all star again. Women loved him and men respected him as he set off to regain his stardom and his regal status among movie goers.

The lesson that Downey’s life exclaims is the importance of seriousness when pursuing a career in the film industry. There are many people who come and go, believing the film industry to be nothing more than a society that caters to their every whim. In fact, it is a business and it requires the same determination, respect and consistency that any other field of work requires.

Conquer laziness and inconsistency, and you will find your path into the film industry.


  1. (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
  3. (2010) Due Date
  4. (2010) Iron Man 2
  5. (2009) Sherlock Holmes Script
  6. (2009) The Soloist
  7. (2008) Tropic Thunder Script
  8. (2008) The Incredible Hulk Script
  9. ( 2008) Iron Man [Transcript]
  10. (2007) Charlie Bartlett [Transcript]
  11. (2007) Lucky You [Transcript]
  12. (2007) Zodiac [Transcript]
  13. (2006) Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus
  14. (2006) A Scanner Darkly Script
  15. (2006) The Shaggy Dog
  16. (2006) A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints
  17. (2005) Good Night, and Good Luck Script
  18. (2005) Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Script
  19. (2005) Game 6 Script
  20. (2004) Eros [Transcript]
  21. (2003) Gothika Script
  22. (2003) The Singing Detective [Transcript]
  23. (2000) Wonder Boys Script
  24. (1999) Black and White
  25. (1999) Bowfinger
  26. (1999) Friends & Lovers
  27. (1999) In Dreams  [Transcript]
  28. (1998) U.S. Marshals
  29. (1998) The Gingerbread Man Script [For Purchase]
  30. (1997) Hugo Pool
  31. (1997) Two Girls and a Guy
  32. (1997) One Night Stand
  33. (1996) Danger Zone
  34. (1995) Restoration
  35. (1995) Home for the Holidays
  36. (1995) Richard III [Transcript]
  37. (1994) Only You Script
  38. (1994) Natural Born Killers Script
  39. (1994) Hail Caesar Script
  40. (1993) Short Cuts [Transcript]
  41. (1993) Heart and Souls
  42. (1992) Chaplin Script
  43. (1991) Soapdish [Transcript]
  44. (1990) Too Much Sun
  45. (1990) Air America
  46. (1989) Chances Are
  47. (1989) True Believer Script
  48. (1989) That’s Adequate
  49. (1988) 1969
  50. (1988) Rented Lips
  51. (1988) Johnny Be Good
  52. (1987) Less Than Zero
  53. (1987) The Pick-up Artist
  54. (1986) America
  55. (1986) Back to School [Transcript]
  56. (1985) Weird Science [Transcript]
  57. (1985) Tuff Turf
  58. (1984) Firstborn
  59. (1983) Baby It’s You
  60. (1980) Up the Academy
  61. (1972) Greaser’s Palace (uncredited)
  62. (1970) Pound

Scarlett Johansson Scripts

Scarlett Johansson is definitely a diverse actor as can be seen from the incredibly different roles that she has played over the years. From 1920’s flapper to grungy teenage girl, Johansson has differentiated herself as being more than just another pretty blonde actress.
Her career started as a child, when she first showed interest in acting. It was not difficult for her to find work, averaging one role a year even in her humble beginnings. Passion and talent are definitely contributing factors to her gaining such success in her early years- but like many actresses, the importance of a good role cannot be overstated.
Johansson’s career can partially be attributed to her ability to choose, or have a manager choose, beneficial roles to create a favorable impression of Johansson on audiences.
Starring in the cult classic Ghost World (2001), helped create a well-rounded depiction of who she was, emphasizing the outcast mentality and the snarky humor that has become developed into many characters thereafter.
With her role in the hit independent film Lost in Translation (2003), her persona was set in stone. Ever since, she has become a sultry, sarcastic and mature person in the eyes of audiences. Even her roles in children’s cartoons (i.e. The Spongebob Squarepants Movie) give off the same aura that has enamored audiences nationwide.
Screenwriters and actors can learn from the history of Scarlett Johnansson by remembering to put everything into their work, no matter whether it is big budget or low budget. The effort that a person puts into their work does make a difference between creating a touching film or a B-movie. Everything makes a difference.



  1. (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) We Bought a Zoo
  3. (2010) Iron Man 2
  4. (2009) He’s Just Not That Into You Script
  5. (2008) The Spirit
  6. (2008) Vicky Cristina Barcelona Script
  7. (2008) The Other Boleyn Girl Script
  8. (2007) The Nanny Diaries
  9. (2006) The Prestige Script
  10. (2006) The Black Dahlia Script
  11. (2006) Scoop
  12. (2005) The Island 
  13. (2005) Match Point
  14. (2004) In Good Company Script
  15. (2004) The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  16. (2004) A Good Woman 
  17. (2004) A Love Song for Bobby Long
  18. (2004) The Perfect Score
  19. (2003) Girl with a Pearl Earring
  20. (2003) Lost in Translation Script
  21. (2002) Eight Legged Freaks Script
  22. (2001) An American Rhapsody
  23. (2001) Ghost World Script
  24. (2001) The Man Who Wasn’t There Script
  25. (1999) My Brother the Pig
  26. (1998) The Horse Whisperer Script
  27. (1997) Home Alone 3
  28. (1997) Fall
  29. (1996) If Lucy Fell
  30. (1996) Manny & Lo
  31. (1995) Just Cause
  32. (1994) North


Avengers Themed Scripts

It’s no wonder why the new Avengers (2012) movie is getting so much hype. After several years of films coming out based on individual characters that make up the Avengers team, they are finally bringing them all together for one action packed adventure.

The thought and care that went into the prior films are now made evident in the way that they complement this new film, filling in plot holes and bringing closure to the previous five movies.

Needless to say, screenwriters must have had a very difficult time putting together the scripts for each individual movie. Not only did the scripts have to be entertaining and true to the original content, but it also had to match up with the other five films!

Reading the scripts of these films is a must-do for any person who wants to be a screenwriter. The intricacy and care that was put into each script is something that is rarely seen in Hollywood- not since the days of the Back to the Future saga. Make sure to take time to read these scripts- they are full of wisdom that will help any screenwriter in their profession.



  1. (2012) The Avengers
  2. (2011) Captain America
  3. (2011) Thor Script
  4. (2010) Iron Man 2
  5. (2008) The Incredible Hulk Script
  6. (2008) Iron Man [Transcript]


Joss Whedon Scripts

Joss Whedon is a supernatural and sci-fi writer that has finally gotten his big break. With his co-writing credit in the new hit movie, The Avengers (2012), Whedon is bound for stardom and may be getting more blockbuster work in the future.

Whedon’s career has been a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde transition between film, television and then film again. He is responsible for such famous scripts as the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) and Toy Story (1994) while also working on several television shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer: the Series (1996-2003) and Angel (1999-2004).

Again, Whedon is trying to enter into the film industry again with his first comeback film script being The Cabin in the Woods (2011) which was just released recently. With his move back into the film industry, it will be amusing to see what he has learned over the years and has to show the movie going public.

Playwrights and screenwriters can take note of Whedon’s career to see how diversifying work can often prove to help a person find writing success. If one industry pays off then it is only natural to work in that industry. But if for some reason it stops paying, then it will benefit a person’s career to try again in a different venue.


  1. (2012) In Your Eyes
  2. (2012) Much Ado About Nothing
  3. (2012) The Avengers
  4. (2011) The Cabin in the Woods
  5. (2005) Serenity Script
  6. (2001) Atlantis: The Lost Empire Script [For Purchase]
  7. (2000) Titan A.E.
  8. (1997) Alien: Resurrection Script [For Purchase]
  9. (1995) Toy Story Script
  10. (1992) Buffy the Vampire Slayer Script