Snow White and the Huntsman written by Evan Daugherty. Cover + 1st page. Sold as a spec script to Universal with Rupert Sanders attached to direct.

Mr. Daugherty was credited with the screenplay and the screen story for the finished film; John Lee Hancock and Hossein Amini also received screenplay credit. He has since written Divergent and the latest incarnation of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Edge of Tomorrow f/k/a All You Need Is Kill written by Dante Harper, based on the novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. 4/1/10 draft, cover + 1st page.

Mr. Harper is uncredited on the finished film; credited are Christopher McQuarrie, and Jez & John-Henry Butterworth.

Mr. Harper has since been hired to adapt another science-fiction novel, The Forever War by Joe Haldeman.

The 40 Year-Old Virgin written by Judd Apatow and Steve Carell.

9/30/04 draft (first), cover and 1st page.

First feature directed by Judd Apatow, first leading role for Steve Carell. The film’s success gave studios a reason to trust Mr. Apatow’s star-making instincts, which later allowed him to have a hand in launching the careers of Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and many others.

Killing On Carnival Row written by Travis Beacham.

July 22, 2005 draft, cover + 1st page.

Travis Beacham embarked on an enviable career path with this urban fantasy noir spec, which has spent nearly a decade at New Line with several filmmakers wanting to direct including Guillermo del Toro (who directed Beacham’s Pacific Rim) and Tarsem Singh.

It remains one of the most highly regarded unproduced scripts in town.

Believe It Or Not! written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski.

05/06/05 draft, cover + page 3 (intro of Robert Ripley).

Alexander & Karaszewski (People vs. Larry Flynt, Ed Wood, Man on the Moon) wrote for Paramount with Tim Burton attached to direct, and Jim Carrey to star. Chris Columbus replaced Burton in 2009, and worked with John Collee on a new script. Most recently in 2011, Eric Roth was hired to rewrite. Jim Carrey was still attached.