2011: Top Unproduced Screenplays | Part 4

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Take a look at 73 (mostly) unproduced screenplays from 2011. Here are the next 12, indexed alphabetically, from G to H.

We're moving our way through some of the best unproduced screenplays from 2011.

For Your Consideration, we have another 12 scripts listed and indexed alphabetically for quick access. Including Ian Fried's "Gaslight," Alex Ankeles' and Morgan Jurgenson's "Hyperdrive", and everything in between.

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    Written by: Ian Fried

    Votes: 8

    Secretly imprisoned in a London insane asylum, the infamous Jack the Ripper helps Scotland Yard investigators solve a series of grisly murders whose victims all share one thing in common: dual puncture wounds to the neck.

    Good Kids (2016)

    Written by: Chris McCoy

    Votes: 12

    Four overachieving high school students in Cape Cod reinvent themselves during the summer after graduation. IMDb

    Grace of Monaco (2014)

    Written by: Arash Amel

    Votes: 24

    Grace Kelly, age 33 and having given up her acting career to focus on being a full time princess, uses her political maneuvering behind the scenes to save Monaco while French Leader Charles de Gaulle and Monaco’s Prince Rainier III are at odds over the principality’s standing as a tax haven. IMDb

    Grim Night

    Written by: Allen BeyBrandon Bestenheider

    Votes: 11

    A family has to defend themselves from the Grims, strange creatures who attack Earth and kill thousands one night every year.

    The Gun Eaters

    Written by: Alex ParaskevasJordan Goldberg

    Votes: 10

    Four hardened New York detectives race to apprehend a relentless spree-killer who’s executing victims from Queens to Southampton in the span of a single day.

    Guys Night

    Written by: Christopher Baldi

    Votes: 6

    Sick of brunches, bosses, and light beer, four co-workers set out on the mother of all guys nights in an attempt to rediscover their manhood.

    He's Fuckin' Perfect (n.k.a. The Social Life)

    Written by: Lauryn Kahn

    Votes: 24

    A social media savvy girl who is pessimistic about love finds the perfect guy and decides to use her internet research skills to turn herself into his perfect match.

    Hidden (2015)

    Written by: Matt DufferRoss Duffer

    Votes: 11

    An elevated horror-thriller about a family hiding in a bomb shelter after escaping a mysterious outbreak. IMDb

    The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017)

    Written by: Tom O’Connor

    Votes: 7

    The world’s best bodyguard must protect his arch nemesis, the world’s top assassin... so he can testify against a brutal dictator and save his wife. IMDb

    Home By Christmas: Bob Hope in Korea, 1950

    Written by: Ben Schwartz

    Votes: 8

    Young Larry Gelbart goes on tour with his idol Bob Hope in the middle of the Korean War and learns the true price of patriotism.

    How to Disappear Completely

    Written by: Ed Solomon

    Votes: 17

    A child prodigy tries to take control of his life away from his demanding parents.


    Written by: Alex AnkelesMorgan Jurgenson

    Votes: 9

    When a tough cop recruits a geeky sci-fi author to help him track down a mysterious murder witness, they find themselves in the middle of a space opera playing out here on Earth.

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