LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE SCREENPLAY-
Before jumping into the little miss sunshine screenplay, here is some cool trivia. The script written by Michael Arndt was originally about an East Coast road trip from Maryland to Florida, but was shifted to a journey from New Mexico to California because of budget issues. Arndt started writing the script on May 23, 2000 and completed the first rough draft by May 26. He had initially planned on shooting the film himself by raising several thousand dollars and using a camcorder. Instead, he gave the screenplay to producers Ron Yerxa and Albert Berger who teamed up with Deep River Productions to find a potential director.
The script was purchased from first-time screenwriter Arndt for $250,000 by Marc Turtletaub, one of the film’s producers, on December 21, 2001. ( Happy ending indeed!)
A family determined to get their young daughter into the finals of a beauty pageant take a cross-country trip in their VW bus.
The Hoover family is the dictionary definition for the word “dysfunctional”. The dad Richard is a man who gives lectures on winners and losers, the wife is Sheryl, a chain-smoking, frazzled wife and working mother whose idea of a home cooked meal frequently consists of a bucket of chicken. Her gay brother Frank recently attempted suicide. The grandpa is Edwin, a drug addict. The son is Dwayne a rebel who has vowed not to talk until he gets into the Air Force. And then there is Olive, a seven-year old girl who dreams of going to the Little Miss Sunshine pageant. So what happens when they do?—neo101
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