The Dialogue: Learning From The Masters - Ed Solomon
"You realize how little dialogue really needs to be said."
While most writers find success in either TV or movies, comedy or drama, original or adapted screenplays, Ed Solomon has managed to do it all. He got his start in television sitcoms and went on to write quirky sci-fi comedies Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and Men in Black, the crime drama Levity, which he also directed, and the adaptation of the mystery adventure novel Tokyo Suckerpunch. In this interview, get the scoop on Solomon's "bass-ackwards" entry into the world of screenwriting and how being just a funny guy translated into being a funny professional.
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- Date available: 01/01/2010
- Publication date: 12/31/2006
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