Re: Warner Brothers Pitch
Many years ago...
I walked away from a deal from reputable good producers, or so I thought, that basically said "IF the WGA gives you the story credit, then you'll get your story money."
So basically they wanted me to sign a contract saying yeah, they can have everything and after they bring a writer in, if there's enough of my story left the WGA may agree that I'll get story credit and money.
But if they don't, I get nothing.
I said "no, thank you."
If you get a solid "Story By YOU no matter what" and "This much$$$ no matter what deal," then go for it.
But be careful.
"Entertaining the world is a full time, up at dawn, never ending siege, the likes of which you will never fully understand."
Billy Thrilly 2005