MAKE A MOVIE
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HOW TO WRITE IT:
Bathroom or Backyard
Script 1: Ringo Starr, being a famous Beatle, is trying his best not to be RECOGNIZED, so he’s using an umbrella held to the side to cover himself up. However, he lets his guard down for just a moment, and upon seeing who it is passing by, I pick up my megaphone and yell to a group of screaming girls that its Ringo, causing them all to RECOGNIZE him and chase him in an incredible re-make of Beatlemania.
Script 2: Robert Downer Jr. sees a clone of himself holding an umbrella standing on the other side of the room. He becomes giddy upon RECOGNISING such a huge star and starts waving and shouting through his megaphone.
Script 1: Note the positioning of the umbrella, since in this character it is not placed above. This story also works very well with the MM Actor I chose, because of course The Beatles always had to worry about being RECOGNIZED when they were at the height of their fame (as do many celebrities). Whenever the keyword happens to work well with your MM Actor, go for it! These happy coincidences are bound to come up, and they make your scene’s very easy to remember. Also, consider that this is an excellent scene for having different angles because from one angle you can’t see Ringo hiding behind the umbrella, whereas from the other side you’d be able to see it very clearly.
Script 2: Copies of your actor is almost as effective as including yourself as an actor. It gives an extra pair of hands to work with.