Script Crypt

“No note taking is allowed, no pictures, and definitely no photocopies as you read the dog-eared, slightly faded, only physical copy of a document potentially worth hundreds of millions of dollars: a movie screenplay.” The WSJ’s Ben Fritz on the lengths to which some Hollywood players go in order to keeps their scripts secret. Maybe we should let these folks manage our email and contact lists…

+ How blockbusters conquered movies, TV, and music (and why you don’t really care because you’re watching Mad Men and Game of Thrones anyway).

+ On the opposite end of the popularity spectrum, there’s this: 20 percent of Spotify’s songs have never been played.

+ Tina Fey and and Amy Poehler have signed on to host the next two Golden Globes ceremonies.

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