I’ve added more background to antagonist #2 and now I’m faced with a block.
How will antagonist # 1 of the story get in touch with antagonist #2 when their last meeting was years ago in Russia as teenagers?
I didn’t like doing the cliche scenes, such as out-of-the-blue types:
- antagonist #1 bumped into antagonist 2 (fated or not)
- antagonist #1 somehow found out where antagonist #2 had been hiding all along
How do you propose a meeting like this handled?
There’s the matter about the gray-suited man /woman too, we saw at Agent Carter’s season 2 finale. Season three has to happen so sign the new #SaveAgentCarter petition to Marvel.
I had been looking for this email for ages and I’m glad the offer returned this year. However, I found out the promo ran until July 31, 2016. Unfortunately, I was strapped to my expenses so I couldn’t subscribe that quick enough.
I’m interested though and be saving for the monthly access for now since the yearly subscription is too high for me.
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Yes, I have to agree.
*Spoiler alert! This post may have some minor spoilers.* Ant-man is, I think, one of Marvel Cinema’s best movies. It’s in my top five favorites of the movies (up there with Winter Soldi…
Source: Ant-Man: Luis Steals the Show
Michael Pena in Jimmy Fallon’s show.
I decided to change this next progress report title to something more screenplay feel so “words on paper” which I found through re-reading Chapter 4: Building a Character from “Screenplay: The Foundations of Screenwriting” by Syd Field sounded more apt.
I’ve thought up two antagonists now and slowly building their character backgrounds. I haven’t quite finalized yet which one will be from season 1 arc and the other from the season 2 arc. I still want to keep their identities unknown to the protagonists too. 🙂 Plus, there will be a new recurring protagonist and I hope I’m not overloading everything in one shot. 🙂