He was best known for outlining the classic three-act structure.
“We live in a commercial world, where you’ve gotta come up with ‘trailer moments.’”
Including some terrific excerpts from his huge-payday screenplays.
"Wes conceived this idea ... but he couldn't quite crack it."
"We went through dozens and dozens of version of the ending."
"Quentin Tarantino was kind enough to tell me it was his favorite scene."
"I wrote, literally, about a hundred different versions of the scene."
"The great thing about working with really old actors is they can't remember any lines."
Richard Gere improvised the scene's best line.
"I still cry when I watch that scene," says the film's co-writer.
How Robert Zemeckis helped solve the scene.
Dissecting Looper's pivotal diner scene.
It involves Gatorade.