Tales from Development Hell - David Hughes Reviews
Description:ISBN 1840236914 / Genre: Music / Stage / Screen / Author: David Hughes / Hardcover / 256 Pages / Book is published 2003-11-21 by Titan ... more
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"Trying to make a film in Hollywood is like trying to grill a steak by having a succession of people coming into the room and breathing on it." Tales from Development Hell was written by David Hughes and first published in 2003. The book is about the torturous gestation of big Hollywood film projects and how they become mired in a revolving door of writers, directors and actors and become trapped in "development hell" - sometimes for decades. Some of these films get made in the end (and it's fascinating to see how different the finished article often is from the original conception) and some simply languish in limbo forever and never reach the screen . Read the complete review
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