American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The script for a movie, including descriptions of scenes and some camera directions.
- n. a script for a film including dialogue and descriptions of characters and sets
- screen + play (Wiktionary)
“The anonymous scooper calls the the screenplay is a “solid attempt at recapturing what made The Muppet Show and the first two Muppet movies so great, but The Great Muppet Movie of All Time is no Great Muppet Caper.””
“Their input in the literary creation of the screenplay is a must.”
“Whoever wrote the screenplay is a ticking time bomb and should be locked up”
“As a screenwriter who once adapted a book (okay, it was “The Little Engine that Could,” but my screenplay is a WHOLE lot different than the book and for good reasons), I am repeatedly frustrated when people compare a film to the source book and talk about how it “messed up” the novel.”
“I'm with Rob - writing a screenplay is a piece of cake compared to writing a novel.”
“The prosecutor in this case, the district attorney from here in New York, says that the crime went down between September 9th and 30th of this year, and that in fact Halderman had tried to blackmail David Letterman by submitting what he called a screenplay treatment, saying that he needed a large chunk of money and referring to Letterman's "loving son" as well.”
“I am grateful for this because a screenplay is easier to write and actually finish.”
“The screenplay is by Stephen King from the story “The Crate.””
“The screenplay is by Simon Beaufoy, whose previous collaboration with director Danny Boyle was the 2008 Oscar-winner Slumdog Millionaire.”
“And while we're on the subject of films, what's with the whole section written in screenplay style?”
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