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Car Crasher Script
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Development for Cars started in 1998, after finishing the production of A Bug's Life, with a new script titled The Yellow Car, which was about an electric car living in a gas-guzzling world with Jorgen Klubien writing. It was announced that the producers agreed that it could be the next Pixar film after A Bug's Life, scheduled for early 1999, particularly around June 4; the idea was later scrapped in favor of Toy Story 2. Shortly after, production was resumed with major script changes. The film was inspired by Lasseter's experiences on a cross-country road trip. Randy Newman composed the film's score, while artists such as Sheryl Crow, Rascal Flatts, John Mayer and Brad Paisley contributed to the film's soundtrack.
The development of Cars began in 1998, when Pixar finished production of A Bug's Life. At that time, Jorgen Klubien began writing a new script called The Yellow Car, which was about an electric car living in a gas-guzzling world inspired by The Ugly Duckling, an idea triggered by the poor reception his fellow countrymen gave the Mini-El car. Some of the original drawings and characters were developed in 1998 and the producers agreed that Cars could be the next Pixar film after A Bug's Life and be released in early 1999, particularly around June 4. However, the idea was scrapped in favor of Toy Story 2. Later, production resumed with major script changes, like giving Mater, Doc and a few other characters bigger parts.
It has also been noted that the plot of Cars mirrors that of Doc Hollywood, a 1991 romantic comedy which stars Michael J. Fox as a hotshot young doctor who eventually acquires an appreciation for small town values and falls in love with a local law student as result of being sentenced to work at the town hospital after causing a traffic collision in a small town. Some have gone so far as to say that the makers of Cars plagiarized the script of Doc Hollywood.
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by Brian SerailePUBLIC AFFAIRS DEPARTMENTA cold rain fell on Monday as more than 350 people gathered at St.Nicholas Chapel for a memorial service to celebrate the lives of Lt.Cmdr. Denis Tri and his fiancé, Tricia Goken.The couple died Jan. 29 when the car they were in hit a patch of blackice and slid into the path of an oncoming pickup truck.Tri, whose call sign was Itchy, served as Vice Adm. Walter Massenburg'sFlag Lieutenant, and was remembered as an aviator, a patriot, a teamplayer and a friend."He was the kind of man we love to be around, the kind who makes adifference, and we are grateful for this opportunity to pause andremember him," said NAVAIR Cmdr. Massenburg.Tri graduated with distinction from Test Pilot School in 1999, Class114. He was a staff instructor there in 2002. During his career, heaccumulated more than 1,800 flight hours in 35 types of aircraft,logging more than 350 carrier landings and some 30 combat missions.Goken was a script supervisor on several feature films, televisionshows and commercials. She worked with the television show "Felicity,"and the producer asked her to work on a then-developing show called"Alias." Goken worked for "Alias" until February 2004. The Feb. 9episode of that show was dedicated "In Loving Memory of Tricia K. Goken1969-2005."After Goken moved to the county last spring, the couple beganremodeling their house on Solomons.Massenburg said many Solomons Island residents may recall seeing themin their "poor man's rickshaw," a converted, three-wheel bicycle with aplastic lawn chair attached, with Goken in the back waving topassersby."Together, they made the mundane fun and squeezed every ounce of livingout of every aspect of life," Massenburg said."They were a team within TPS that was really quite a sight," said TestPilot School commanding officer Lt. Col. Steven Kihara. "The breadthand depth of their experiences was amazing. I think there are athousand Itchy and Trish stories, and all of them center on yet anotherway of doing the ordinary in extraordinary ways."Kihara recalled what Tri said when asked whether he got a good deal onhis house on Solomons."Oh yeah, really good deal," Kihara recalled him saying. "I just spenta lot of money on this great place that only needs the plumbing,electrical and structure rebuilt."Kihara recalled what he saw when he went to the house the next day."There was Itchy and Trish with wrecking bars, a construction dumpster,a lot of plaster and two of the biggest smiles you could ever imagine."Friends of Tri recalled how much he loved to fish and would, beforereleasing a catch, blow into the fish's mouth."My daughter still thinks Uncle Denis liked to kiss fish," recalledPatrick and Krissy Dean, a couple who Tri lived with for 18 months.Massenburg said it was Tri's way of showing appreciation for having hadthe experience, and a small gesture of kindness."It's also a metaphor for the way Denis breathed life into every one ofus, and has now let us go to live out our dreams just as he would werehe still with us," Massenburg said."I needed Itchy, but God must have need him more," Massenburg said. "Weall needed Itchy and Trish, but God must have needed them more. I lovedItchy, but God must have loved him more. We all loved Itchy and Trish.God just loved them more."On the altar were a helmet, an American flag, and two wreaths of red,white and blue flowers. There were also many childhood photos of Tri,and pictures of the couple together.Two Valentine's Day hearts were attached to a note from Goken's7-year-old nephew that read, "I love you Auntie Dish + Uncle Denis!"Tri's parents, three sisters and a brother attended the memorial, andTri's mother, Dolores, thanked her son's Navy family and friends."You are the true blessing," she said. "Denis wanted to experience theworld, and he did."
Once installed, simply go ahead and jump into Roblox, then fire up Car Crushers 2 as well as the downloaded exploit. Next up, copy and paste any of the Car Crushers 2 script listed above into the box found within the executor.
British newspaper The Times has published the full transcript of the Renault F1 pit-to-car radio communication in the lead-up to and aftermath of Nelsinho Piquet's controversial accident in last year's Singapore Grand Prix. It makes for interesting reading...
Feel free to use these automotive commercial sample scripts for your demo and/or for practice! Keep in mind that when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read in your audition. For example, a 7 to 15-second read of a 30-second script will suffice.
You can also hear this automotive commercial come to life in an episode of Mission Audition, where voice actor and coach Ron Allan evaluates a handful of auditions by voice actors performing their best reads of this very script!
The film was based on a play Thomas Vinterberg had written while working at the Burgtheater in Vienna. Additional inspiration came from Vinterberg's own daughter (Ida), who had told stories of the drinking culture within the Danish youth. Ida had originally pressed Vinterberg to adapt the play into a movie, and was slated to play the daughter of Martin (Mads Mikkelsen). The story was originally "A celebration of alcohol based on the thesis that world history would have been different without alcohol", and according to Vinterberg, it was "a much angrier movie". However, four days into filming, Ida was killed in a car accident. Following the tragedy, Vinterberg stated that he considered to stop making the film, and even considered to "stop living". However, he eventually decided to rework the script to become more life-affirming. "It should not just be about drinking. It was about being awakened to life," stated Vinterberg. Co-writer Tobias Lindholm served as director in the week following the accident. The film was dedicated to Ida, and was partially filmed in her classroom with her classmates. 041b061a72