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The Hit List of 2010 - Part 2

Posted by Patrick Sauriol on Sunday, December 12, 2010

Find out what the top unknown spec screenplays are of 2010 in the second part of The Hit List. As assembled by The Tracking Board, The Hit List is a round-up of what dozens of Hollywood agents, readers, development executives and insiders consider to be the best unsold screenplays this year. The more votes that a screenplay received from The Hit List voters, the more liked it was amongst their circle.

Did you miss the first part of The Hit List for 2010?

 

15 VOTES:

 

ROAD TO NARDO by Andrew Waller, Mike Gagerman (Adventure/Comedy)

Two buddies journey on a spontaneous and poorly planned road trip to Mexico to rescue their best friend.

Columbia Pictures, Original Film and American Work producing.

 

HEATSEEKERS by George Mahaffrey (Action)

A young ex-military pilot infiltrates a gang of sky "pirates" working out of Bangkok, only to find himself taking part in an elaborate aerial tower heist using powered gliders and parachutes.

Paramount Pictures/Platinum Dunes producing.

 

16 VOTES:

 

THE ESCORT by Justin Adler (Comedy)

An irresponsible flight escort, tagged with the responsibility of delivering a spoiled and obnoxious 14-year-old to Boston on time, must find alternate means of transportation when their plane is grounded.

DreamWorks producing.

 

NESS/CAPONE by Grant Pierce Myers (Action/Adventure)

A retelling of the Eliot Ness/Al Capone story that chronicles the mission of Eliot Ness and his law enforcement team "The Untouchables" in their fight to bring down Capone's mob by using their greatest weapon against them - fear.

 

18 VOTES:

 

EMPIRE OF THE WOLF by John Pile (Action/Fantasy)

Upon inheriting the empire, a Roman prince turns to his former bodyguard to escort him safely back to Rome. On the journey the two must survive six rogue Praetorians cursed with demonic powers and hell bent on killing the prince before he's crowned Caesar.

 

THE KITCHEN SINK by Oren Uziel (Horror/Comedy/Action)

A vampire, a zombie and a teenager team up to save the world from an alien attack.

 

19 VOTES:

 

APOLLO 18 by Brian Miller (Sci-Fi/Thriller)

To the history books Apollo 18 was NASA's last moon mission but an undocumented a covert operation to the moon was made by Apollo 18, which revealed disturbing evidence of new life forms.

The Weinstein Company producing.

 

ARE WE OFFICIALLY DATING by Tom Gormican (Romance/Comedy)

A male driven romantic comedy that follows a commitment probic womanizer, a newly divorced doctor and a over-sexed smooth-talker as they navigate the one-night stands and all-night parties of New York City.

 

21 VOTES:

 

CONTAGION by Scott Burns (Action/Thriller)

A lethal airborne virus breaks out and the worldwide medical community races to discover a cure and its origin before society tears itself apart.

Warner Bros. producing.

 

23 VOTES:

 

RICKY STANICKY by Jeff Bushell (Comedy)

For years three lifelong friends have used an imaginary character named Ricky Stanicky to get them out of sticky situations. However, when their woves demand a meeting with Ricky, the friends are forced to hire an actor to portray him..with unfortunate results.

Summit Entertainment/Smart Entertainment/Michael De Luca Productions producing.

 

24 VOTES:

 

NOW YOU SEE ME by Edward Ricourt, Boaz Yakin (Action/Thriller)

A team of FBI agents track a group of illusionists who pull of daring bankheists during their performances.

Summit Entertainment/Kurtzman Orci producing.

 

27 VOTES:

 

BOY SCOUTS VS. ZOMBIES by Carrie Evans, Emi Mochizuki (Horror/Comedy)

On their last 4th of July camping trip together, a troop of Boy Scouts find themselves trapped on an island with a troop of girl scouts -- and the zombie apocalypse has just begun.

 

THE FORGOTTEN MAN by Max Burnet (Sci-Fi/Action)

In the year 2067, on an Earth headed to its inevitable extinction, a voluntary journey into space is launched with the hopes of finding a new planet for humanity to call home. 337 years later, when one of the Dove Program's astronauts returns home to what's left of the human race, he finds civilization altered beyond his worst nightmares and unwelcoming to his promise of hope.

 

29 VOTES:

 

THE BOONDOGGLE by Rob Riggle, Thomas Lennon (Comedy)

To save his jon, an obver-the-hill insurance salesman convinces his skeptical friend to go on one last Boondoggle (an all-expense paid company trip) to a tropical resort in order to land a big client. Unfortunately, as soon as they arrive, their bosses back at home are arrested in an Enron-like scandal, forcing the two to experience the island paradise without the company credit card.

 

34 VOTES:

 

VEHICLE 19 by Michael DeWil (Action/Thriller)

Told in POV-style visuals, an unsuspecting traveler picks up the wrong rental car at an airport and finds himself in the middle of a corrupt police force's murderous racket. Alone and on the run in a foreign city, his only hope of surviving is to outwit and expose them before he's killed.

 

35 VOTES:

 

THE 13th MAN by Enio Rogolin (Action/Adventure/Thriller)

After cracking and indescipherable code, a comic book-loving Army Private with Good Will Hunting smarts is forced to work with the fledgling CIA during World War II to stop an eliute SS killer and a band of German saboteurs before they destroy the United States from within.

 

39 VOTES:

 

B.Y.O. by Natalie Portman, Laura Moses (Comedy)

Two 20-something polar-opposite best friends, tired of finding themselves unlucky in love, decide to throw a party in which every female attendee must bring an eligible bachelor.

 

YOUNG ADULT by Diablo Cody (Comedy)

A thirty-something, divorced, young-adult novelist returns to her small hometown to chase the ex-boyfriend that got away. Only problem is, he's now married and has a kid.

Mandate Pictures, Mr. Mudd Productions, Mandate Pictures and Right of Way Films producing.

 

42 VOTES:

 

ON A STEEL HORSE I RIDE by Eli Jorne, Reed Agnew (Comedy)

A waxed, bronzer-toned Jersey Shore local must choose between his excessive life of tanning, fist-pumping and Bon Jovi, and the yuppie girl he falls for from picturesque Stone Harbor.

Mandeville Films producing.

 

51 VOTES:

 

ABDUCTION by Shawn Christensen (Action/Thriller)

When a teenager who has always felt distanced from his parents discovers that he was, in fact, kidnapped as a child, he is thrust into a vast conspiracy and must go on the run in order to survive.

Lionsgate producing.

 

55 VOTES:

 

WAKE by Chris Borrelli (Action/Thriller)

When a dangerous sociopath with a checkered past returns to his hometown to pay respects to his recently deceased brother, he finds himself caught in the middle of a major heist.

Exclusive Media Group producing.

 

59 VOTES:

 

HOOF HARRINGTON's GREATEST HITS by Dutch Southern (Action)

A pulpy, action tale following an elite but aging assassin who must go underground when a contract is put out for him by the arms dealing father of an ex-target.

 

64 VOTES:

 

TRIPLE NINE by Matt Cook (Thriller)

When a group of crooked cops plan a major heist, they quickly realize they're going to need toshoot a fellow officer to get away with it. And that officer just happens to be the new rookie on the force.

Warner Bros. producing.

 

65 VOTES:

 

LAYOVER by Zach Dean (Action/Thriller)

When his teenage daughter goes missing during a layover in Las Vegas, a single father delves into his dark past to find her.

Endgame Entertainment, Thunder Road Pictures producing.

 

68 VOTES:

 

YOUR BRIDESMAID IS A BITCH by Brian Duffield (Romance/Comedy)

After agreeing to groomsman duties at his sister's wedding, Noah Palmer realizes he may have made the mistake of his life when he discovers the woman who broke his heart is also part of the bridal party.

 

76 VOTES:

 

DARK MOON by Olatunde Osunsanmi (Sci-Fi/Thriller)

Piecing the story together between found footage and classified video interviews, the story of a covert mission to the Moon unravels, with the disturbing details and consequences discovered upon arrival.

Warner Bros., Wedd Road Pictures and Dark Castle Entertainment producing.

 

84 VOTES:

 

FAMILY GETAWAY by Jeremiah Friendman, Nick Palmer (Action/Comedy)

A man whose family doesn't know he is an assassin must protect them when rival killers show up to their home during the Thanksgiving holiday, forcing them to escape on a cross-country adventure.

Warner Bros., Mosaic Media Group producing.

 

92 VOTES:

 

SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN by Evan Daugherty (Fantasy/Adventure)

After the king is murdered by her evil stepmother, Snow White flees with the Huntsman on a journey to reunite with her childhood love.

Universal Pictures, Roth Films producing.

 

97 VOTES:

 

I-95 by Greg Russo (Action/Thriller)

A retired race car driver has 90 minutes to stop a car bomb from reaching its destination in Manhattan. The only problem? He's the one driving it.

 

104 VOTES:

 

CHRONICLE by Max Landis (Sci-Fi/Thriller)

Three Portland teens begin to develop incredible powers after being exposed to a mysterious substance in the woods.

20th Century Fox, Davis Entertainment producing.

 

113 VOTES:

 

SAFE HOUSE by David Guggenheim (Action/Thriller)

After a CIA safe house is attacked, the only surviving agent must find a way to transport a dangerous prisoner to a second safe house, outmaneuvering various forces that want them both dead.

Universal Pictures, Madhouse Entertainment, Stuber Pictures producing.

 

Miss something? Go back and read the first part of The Hit List of 2010.

 

-The Tracking Board.
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 Apollo 18 comes out March 4th

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_18_(film)

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