“Dart”—Screenplay Available


Logline: Porter Harwood is a comic book artist who suffers from Graves Disease. When he undergoes an experimental treatment, every muscle in his body alters, becoming the quick, darting muscles of the type that control the human eye—the fastest muscles in the human body. He uses his abilities to fight crime.

“Dart” is a feature-length screenplay. My intent is that it be filmed as live-action, but it ought to work well as a CGI film, also. The budget for “Dart” shouldn’t be anything too very lavish. There would be some effects needed for Porter’s speed powers when he uses them. Also, there is a nightclub that is seen several times throughout the film. Those scenes would either require custom sets, or custom decorating of an existing nightclub for those scenes. And there is a large warehouse explosion very near the end of the movie.

A draft of the “Dart” script is available for option or sale. If anyone is interested in reviewing it, please get in touch with me via the “Contact” page on my website. “Dart” has undergone several rewrites through a number of drafts over the past six years since I first began work on this project.

One of the villains in the film is a man named Dillon Whittenbeck. That role was originally written with Mr. Michael Winslow in mind for it. That came about after a friend who has had the pleasure of meeting and speaking with Mr. Winslow told me that, given how much he’s known for comedy roles, Mr. Winslow wanted to “play a bad guy, and kill someone on-screen”. Even given the time that has gone by since I first wrote the Dillon Whittenbeck role with Mr. Winslow in mind, I would still very much like to see him in the role if possible.

I look forward to hearing from interested parties about this project,

Scott Harper

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