In part two of our special Hollywood Fantasy Draft Edition of Pitch the LAMB we highlight the rest of the stellar pitches that came out of Anomalous Material’s Hollywood Fantasy Draft.
To ensure Director Bong Joon-ho’s international debut is a success, Ripley recruits the talents of Lauren Bacall and Isabella Rossellini.
Stephen Lang, Amy Adams, and Jason Issacs serve up some good old fashion action in Joel Burman’s adaptation of a classic computer game.
Two separate gang of robbers, and only one train! Things are about to get heated in Corey’s pitch which has Jeff Bridges and Casey Affleck squaring off against each other in the latest film from The Coen Brothers.
Steven Spielberg and Richard Dryfuss return to the franchise that changed the way we look at blockbusters. Dan reminds us that, even in the future, it is never safe to go into the water.
Clara goes for the sweeping romance in her pitch. She casts Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis, Emily Blunt to give this love story depth.
In this adaption of D.J. MacHale’s Pendragon series, Nicholas envisions Josh Hutcherson, Mia Wasikowska, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt filling out key roles.
Ben Kingsley and Ken Wantanabe engage in a turf war in Quentin Tarantino’s latest work written by This Guy.
Is it a dark comedy or a thriller? That is the question when Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, and Denzel Washington tackle this odd pitch from CS.
Ever wish they would make a sequel to Time Bandits? Well Richard, with the help of John Cusack, Jodie Foster and Paul Giamatti, has just the script for you.
Leonardo DiCaprio is the one guy that women should not marry in films. Daniel Day-Lewis and Rebecca Hall will show you why in Fitz’s pitch.
Mystery is the driving force for Michael’s pitch. Can Jason Schwartzman, Michelle Williams and Bill Murray put the clues together in time?
Red has Robert Downey Jr., and Tom Hardy matching wits in Steven Soderberg’s next mainstream feature.
Chris tackles political corruption in his detective tale starring George Clooney, Natalie Portman, and Christoph Waltz
Big thanks to Anomalous Material for not only organizing the event but also allowing us to feature it in this column. Pitch the LAMB will return to its regular format next weekend.