- adj. Not having been filmed.
- adj. not recorded on film or tape
- un- + filmed (Wiktionary)
“I Which got me thinking … forget about the stacks of screenplays that Hughes wrote since leaving Hollywood — how many scripts did he write before he left that remain unfilmed?”
“There must be hundreds of hours of unused Jets material in the HBO vault, right next to the mothballed gladiator helmets from "Rome" and unfilmed scripts from "The Mind of the Married Man.”
“Would need a really great director who understood the material, but I think this is one of the most potent unfilmed properties in genre.”
“Watch the tabl read of the final, unfilmed episode!”
“And if Tron: Legacy, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and The Illusionist (the latter by the wickedly idiosyncratic animator Sylvain Chomet and based on an unfilmed script by the legendary Tati) don't give you the tingles, hang on kid, cause that's just the smallest fraction of what's coming up in November and December.”
“I really liked the books too, but then the TV movies were a little disappointing, because they were working from the same unfilmed TV series scripts that the books were based on.”
“Wilder's screenplay, which landed on the 2008 Black List of the best unfilmed scripts in Hollywood, is based on the book Ordeal: An Autobiography by Lovelace and Mike McGrady.”
“Flying Conchord Jemaine Clement looks set to star in Predicament, a “comedy-crime-caper feature film” that, according to Stuff is an adaptation of “the only remaining unfilmed novel by Hawera author Ronald Hugh Morrieson” and will feature “two voluptuous women in steamy sex scenes”.”
“Unless confirmed officially, take everything that is posted on IMDB about unaired or unfilmed stuff with an enormous grain of salt.”
“I think the reason for this nonsense is that in the remaining unfilmed books, the enemies are asians, muslims, liberal eco-terrorists, and other groups that liberal hollywood doesn't want to make targets.”
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