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Published on Jun 14, 2008
Boston-born Scott Rosenberg burst onto the scene in 1995 with his hard-boiled screenplay for "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead". His repertoire crosses the film spectrum with indie films like "Beautiful Girls" to the big-budget studio pictures "Gone in 60 Seconds" and "Con Air". His adaptation of the Nick Hornby novel "High Fidelity" garnered him a WGA Award nomination and he is frequently called in for his skills as a script doctor. In this interview, Rosenberg candidly reveals his tools of the trade, from the inspiration of a Metallica album to his "intoxicating" recipe for overcoming writer's block. He explains how being a Red Sox fan prepared him for life as a screenwriter, why no one is more brilliant than Winnie the Pooh, and what happened that infamous night at a bar in North Carolina.
This video is an excerpt from the full interview, available on DVD at TheDialogueSeries.com .