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  • #46
    Still, it defied all the rules and it still got made. However, this article discusses back story indicating getting it made wasn't easy peasy.

    https://slate.com/culture/2018/05/ho...ockbuster.html
    Advice from writer, Kelly Sue DeConnick. "Try this: if you can replace your female character with a sexy lamp and the story still basically works, maybe you need another draft.-

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    • #47
      Originally posted by sc111 View Post

      Still, it defied all the rules and it still got made. However, this article discusses back story indicating getting it made wasn't easy peasy.

      https://slate.com/culture/2018/05/ho...ockbuster.html

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      • #48
        Satriales: I can't control what you may think "it sounds like" when I make a comment. There was a side discussion about "rules" and young industry readers who don't think out of the box, in the thread. I was speaking to that.
        Last edited by sc111; 03-25-2021, 08:49 AM.
        Advice from writer, Kelly Sue DeConnick. "Try this: if you can replace your female character with a sexy lamp and the story still basically works, maybe you need another draft.-

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