The guys at Above Average are back with another installment in their “Rejected Pitches” series. This time, they focus on movies that have been nominated for an Academy Award. Be on the lookout for special guest, Fred Armisen. Check it out below.
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So what was it really like when director John McTiernan decided to pitch the idea for the original “Die Hard” movie to studios? We can’t be sure, but it was probably nothing like this. Check out the latest in the “Rejected Pitches” series from Above Average Network below.
Every movie has to be “pitched” to the studio before it ever has a shot at getting made. What was it like when Bob Clark pitched the idea for the timeless holiday classic “A Christmas Story?” We can’t be sure, but we’re guessing it went almost nothing like this. Check out the latest Rejected Pitch [...]
What did it look like when legendary director Peter Jackson made his pitch to the studio for the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy? We’re guessing it actually looked nothing like this. Nine hundred pages?? That’s about 800 pages too long! Check it out below.
Who’s that girl? Oh, its’ that old girl, Muriel Rosenberg. What would it be like if a bunch of young, hipster guys lived with a senior citizen? Find out in the video below.
Ah, where would we be without the superhero’s sidekick? Batman would have no Robin. Eletro-Woman would have no Dyna-Girl. The Brown Hornet would have no Skeeter. What if there were a bar that was only for sidekicks? Welcome to The Sidecar, presented by Above Average Network…
What was it like when legendary director Steven Spielberg pitched the idea for a film based on Michael Crichton‘s jaw-dropping, dinosaur thrill ride that was “Jurassic Park” to the movie studio execs? Well, you can bet it looked nothing like this. Take a look at Above Average Network’s latest installment in the “Rejected Pitches” series [...]
What was it like when Alfred Hitchcock first pitched the idea for the classic thriller “The Birds” to the movie studio execs? We can’t say for sure, but it probably looked nothing like this. Check out the Above Average Network‘s rejected pitch for “The Birds” below…