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Friends, I need your help to get this movie made, or another version of it.  Major movie studios such as Warner Bros., who own the copyright and trademarks for the Roadrunner franchise, will not usually accept an independent “spec” screenplay (a spec script stands for speculative, which means a script written by a private person, such as this one is.  The studios will usually not accept a spec script unless a movie agent represents the writer.  The agent then contacts the movie studio. Getting an agent can be difficult… unless one is already an established or well-known writer with movies already produced, or has connections or referrals inside the movie industry, it can be very difficult to get noticed by a movie studio.  At the bottom of this post are several ways you can help with the project… visiting and making a comment on the movie’s facebook page, and signing a petition to let the Warner Bros. movie executives that you would like to see this movie, or another version written by someone else produced.  I cannot stress enough how important this is, so please help.  You will not be asked for a penny… just your support.   If you are a Hollywood movie agent, or know one, please pass this website along to him or her.  I would be eternally grateful.  My movie’s script is on Amazon e-books where it currently has a rating of 4 out of 5, so on the average it would be considered to have a grade of a “B” in a sense.  Please keep in mind though  that it does not have to be MY story, the main goals here are to honor the memory of Wile E. Coyote, the Roadrunner and their creator Chuck Jones, and to provide the public with the first live-action movie about the duo, regardless of who writes it or the plot.  Thank you very much… Stephen Thor

This venture is a completely non-profit, non-commercial enterprise / project and should currently be regarded as a for-charity work if anything.  This website viewing of the screenplay and ebook itself is free.   Any contributions should be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society either at the address below or to your local M.S. chapter.  Ads or contributions to this website or author will not be accepted.

Please note that I am not connected, offically or otherwise, in any way with Warner Bros. Studios, who own any and all rights to the cartoon images, charactors and original stories of Wile E. Coyote and The Roadrunner.   I have not been endorsed by nor do not have any business or commercial or personal relationships associated with Warner Bros., their affiliates, any Warner Bros. employees or representatives or of any other entertainment entities, nor of NASA, Fedex, UPS, DHL, Acme, NORAD or of any other persons, businesses, news agencies or any other organizations mentioned in the story, whether government or private.  I do not have any endorsement(s) or relationships whatsoever in any manner of any of the organizations or businesses mentioned above, nor of any other entities or persons mentioned in the screenplay, private or otherwise, fictional or real.

This book / screenplay was written in it’s entirety by myself strictly for the personal enjoyment of others.

If you do wish to make a contribution in appreciation, please drop a dollar or two in an envelope and mail it to your local Multiple Sclerosis Society, or to:

National MS Society,  PO BOX 4527,  New York,  NY   10163

You can also make an online donation or call the M.S. society at 1.800.344.4867.  Anything will help to combat this terrible disease.

Let Warner Bros. know that you would like to see this (or another version) first live-action (not a cartoon) movie about Wile E. Coyote / The Roadrunner and their final fate, long after their classic series ended.  Please sign the petition to let the movie executives that you would like to see the (or a different plot) live-action movie made about Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner.   Just click on the link and add your name at the bottom of the page.  You may have to copy and paste the link below to your browser to get to the petition.  Thank you… Stephen Thor

Here is the facebook url for the project, again you may have to copy and paste it…