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  • n. Plural form of scriptwriter.

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Examples

  • Their scriptwriters said, Listen, Joe's got ten to fifteen more years with Parkinson's.

    An interview with Michael Robotham

  • The scriptwriters were even savvy enough to build in a possible sequel with the last line of the movie.

    Last night’s entertainment: Doctor Strange

  • There is just as much lyricism and sympathy to be found in them as in the prewar school, and their directors, photographers and scriptwriters deserve to be rescued from the charge that their backing by government agencies or big business necessarily compromised their art.

    A British fleet with no aircraft carrier. Unthinkable!

  • It really was freaky, but later, when I started scriptwriting, as well as talking to scriptwriters, I heard lots and experienced lots more of this stuff.

    Thinking Man's Sci-Fi

  • Those episodes that Jimmy McGovern, one of the greatest TV scriptwriters ever to work in British telly, wrote in the late 80s set a new template for working-class TV.

    Do TV's 'scripted reality' shows fuel regional prejudice?

  • In this Wall Street Journal video, Lederer says he is looking for actors and scriptwriters for his subway campaign, though the video does not make it clear what for, exactly.

    Morgan Stanley Fires Employee Who Sought Networking Opportunities In Subway

  • But the scriptwriters also show us the price she is made to pay: When Joan tries to take the initiative in bed, her fiance rejects her overtures and seems unable to regain his sense of masculinity until he rapes her in her boss's office, telling her to pretend that he is her boss.

    Why 'Mad Men' is TV's most feminist show

  • Theirs was a long, historic ride as dramatic as any conceived by Hollywood's scriptwriters — and one to which this series, written and produced by Jon Wilkman, narrated by Christopher Plummer, does impressive justice.

    The 7 Ages of Hollywood

  • The trio of scriptwriters includes Edgar Wright (Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) and Joe Cornish (last year's sleeper hit, Attack the Block) - which makes it that much more disappointing.

    Marshall Fine: Movie review: The Adventures of Tintin

  • David's usual deftness at juggling several simultaneous plotlines and suddenly uniting them to comic effect seems to have partly deserted him, or deserted his co-writers the credits list Larry, Alec Berg, David Mandel and Jeff Schaffer as scriptwriters.

    Curb your Enthusiasm – season eight, episode one

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