I could see the FedEx delivery man hobbling down the street. I knew he was coming for me, but he was taking awhile as he was carrying a small box that looked like it was giving him some trouble. I met him halfway and he gave an appreciative smile. He handed over a the box. It felt like a bowling ball was inside.
Inside, I found a huge stack of bound paper that looked like a script for upcoming PS3 game Beyond: Two Souls. But, in opening it up, it was all blank paper beyond the first page. I struggled to get this out of the box. My back feels tight. Sony gets a troll point today.
Sony points out that an average film script is 100 pages. So David Cage is not messing around with this 2,000 page script.
This backbreaking package was sent to promote Beyond: Two Souls as it is a selection for the Tribeca Film Festival. They're calling it a bootleg script, but I'm calling it free printer paper for the next couple of years. There's also a bootleg DVD that I hope isn't blank.
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