CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas, March 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — "THE LAST FRIENDS OF WILLIE COYOTE – The Movie" is a spoiler screenplay in a free ebook format about the upcoming fantasy/action-adventure fictional movie about the most determined Coyote and speediest Roadrunner in history. This is no cartoon for kids, but a live-action story that finally gives closure to two of the most beloved cartoon characters ever known. Their time has come.
Since 1949, many cartoons and clips of Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner have captivated audiences around the world. Now, from the mind of author Stephen Thor comes the sneak script for their first full-length, pg-13 movie about these two unforgettable classic creatures (and their faithful friends).
HOLLYWOOD SCRIPT EXPRESS writes: "THIS IS A SCRIPT THAT DISPLAYS ENORMOUS IMAGINATION AND TALENT"
As a tribute to the late Chuck Jones, creator and director of Wile E. Coyote, the Roadrunner and many other characters, and to their millions of fans, a determined author has recently released an ebook containing the only (known) fully live- action, non-animated real-life imaginary movie screenplay ever written about these two timeless and unforgettable desert creatures. If you ever wondered what ever happened to the pair after the classic cartoon series ended, this book is for you… and your friends.
"The Last Friends of Willie Coyote" is a tale of laughter, tears, hope, determination, friendships and rising above adversity in extremely trying times. It is about closure, laying old ghosts to rest and answering questions that have been lingering about Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner for well over six decades.
Answers to these, the story and much more are available at Amazon:
Or directly from the author's website:
But why now? Why would the author write this story?
He explains that over the last few decades dozens of live-action movies based upon classic cartoon series or action-heroes of the past have been made. But as yet, unbelievably, no fully live-action studio movie has been made featuring the author's favorite of all of his cartoon figures – Wile E. Coyote. So the author decided to do something about it. He wrote up a movie screenplay himself and hopes it lives up to the ideals of Jones's legacy, fans, friends and family.