Based on material by Ken and Jim Wheat
Revised First Draft
Though mentioned often in the script, the creatures in PITCH BLACK are
seldom seen at length; rather, they are glimpsed, they are heard, they are
felt. They are, really, the embodiment of your nocturnal fears: A howling
coyote that jars you awake; the painting on the wall that comes to life
GONE IN 60 SECONDS
by Scott Rosenberg
"I wonder," Toad said to himself presently, "I wonder
if this sort of car starts easily?"
Next moment, hardly knowing how it came about, he
found that he had hold of the handle and was turning
it. As the familiar sound broke forth, the old
passion seized on Toad and completely mastered him,
body and soul ... He increased his pace, and as the
"WHO SHOT ROGER RABBIT?"
Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman
September 2, 1986
WHO SHOT ROGER RABBIT?
This movie starts the way all movies should... with a
cartoon. Its not a Disney or a Warners. Its not a
Fleischer, an MGM, or a Lanz. This is a lesser known
ON A "MAROON CARTOON"
Accompanied by zany CARTOON MUSIC, the TITLE CARD reads:
Hi. Im Johnny Knoxville.
Welcome to Jackass.
Hello. Im Johnny Knoxville
and Im about to rent a car.
Uh, I have a reservation.
Okay, I need a drivers license and a credit card.
I need a signature here
that youre going to use your coverage instead of ours.
Is that white one us?
Were gonna walk around and inspect it together.
Looks pretty good.
Im just lookin
EXT. CARIBBEAN ISLAND -- DAY
A secluded island surrounded by bright blue-green water.
Sand untouched by footprints, this place has been forgotten.
A mountain with the vague image of a skull on its craggy
face grows out of the jungle.
A seaplane zooms overhead, pontoons skimming the water until
they slide onto wet sand.
EXT. BEACH -- DAY
Two sets of BOOTS mar the smooth