Cinema and television are made to be seen, heard and eaten in all their forms. But before there can be magic, special effects, music, and more, it has to start with one piece of paper. The storyline of a work of entertainment is the backbone of any great watch. Of course, there are directors and producers to animate it and actors who work hard to get things done, but we still need scripts to keep it structured. Recently Deadline gave us the whole script to read for the WandaVision pilot, the Lovecraft Country premiere and an episode of The boys. What can we learn from these revealing pages?
We can now read the script for WandaVision, Lovecraft Country, and The boys
Disney and Marvel are known for bringing things to life with their innovative effects and beautiful cinematography. WandaVision starts at a much smaller scale than, say, Avengers: Endgame, but he always ends up being wild. The final pilot script details Wanda and Vision’s move to Westview, their new home, after something strange happened. While the script is almost exactly what we see on screen, it still reminds us of how important other elements of cinema are when creating the final package. Read it WandaVision script here!
In addition to WandaVision script, Deadline also dropped the first script for Lovecraft Country. The episode, written by Misha Green, is even more detailed. The words read almost as scary as they appear on screen, combining fan favorite horror and drama genres. Check it out here.
Finally, the script of The boys Season 2, Episode 6 is also available. The bloody doors episode gives us a glimpse into the motivations behind some of our favorite characters. It also makes us want to run to our televisions and relaunch the episode!
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Scripts for your consideration
A lot of hard work is required for a good script. As we have learned from reading all the scripts mentioned above, they seem more than worthy of the reward. Luckily, they’re all out and readable as they’re being reviewed by the Emmys!
Nominations for the 2021 Emmys will be announced on July 13. In the meantime, read the script for WandaVision, Land of Lovecraft, and The boys, and tell us who you think deserves to win! And if you’re inspired to revisit the shows online, read our review for the WandaVision first too.
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Meghan Hale is the kind of movie buff who has a mile long “must watch” … and who grows up. When not talking about the latest movie and TV news, she writes one of her many ongoing novels, shouting movie trivia to anyone who wants to listen to her and works as a mental health professional. Follow her on Twitter @meghanrhale for fun theories and live reactions to all things entertainment.