This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Going the Distance screenwriter Geoff LaTulippe (pronounced “La Tulip”) stops by to share his xenophobia, puff on his pipe a little harder, and tell his personal story of getting his first screenplay sold and produced all from the comfort of his living room couch.
We also find time to review Easy A, Devil, and The Town.
Segment 1: Ripped From the Headlines[0:00 - 30:00]
Go watch Smoke Signals
The trend of adapting 18th century epic poetry continues with Paradise Lost
Alex Proyas promises Angel on Angel violence
Kevin James will fight MMA for new comedy
And he will. Fall. Down.
Goosebumps movie makes our inner child jump for joy
Now it’s demanding a Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark adaptation
Sacha Baron Cohen has a dragon on his back to play Queen’s Freddie Mercury
Segment 2: Reviews[30:00 - 59:00]
Segment 3: The World Famous Third Segment[59:00 - The End]
The Segment 3 Interview with Geoff LaTulippe: Mr. LaTulippe shares how he once burned his leg skin with chemicals (it grew back, ladies), made it out to Los Angeles to sell his first screenplay, and offers a few tips on waterboarding.
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