Announcing ScriptHop 2.0 & The Live-Link Era – The World’s First Interactive System That Makes Hollywood WANT to Read Your Script

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Hi everyone,


I wanted to let you all know about a company I’m part of – dubbed by Script Magazine as “The World’s First Interactive System for Your Script” – it’s a new interactive tool for screenwriters and producers that will make Hollywood WANT to read your script – and it’s called ScriptHop.


They’ve recently launched VERSION 2.O which has some incredible new features that solve even more problems screenwriters face when sending their script around Hollywood!


ScriptHop has partnered with industry giants including Final Draft, Untitled Management, Film Independent, Execs from Disney, WGA, and many others, including top A-List screenwriters from many of your favorite films and TV shows.


Designed in collaboration with top screenwriters, agencies, and execs, it’s a platform and set of tools called The Packet that’s set to become the new industry standard for sending scripts in Hollywood — an interactive delivery system that actually excites people to read!  And, most importantly – It will keep the writer’s vision intact as it travels throughout the agencies and studios.


ScriptHop is a must-have tool for all screenwriters, and is incredibly useful for producers and content creators as well – ANYONE who is sending a project around and looking to get a project green lit.


And the “Live-Link” feature will always make sure that anyone you send your script out to, including your agent, actors, etc. – ALWAYS HAS THE MOST RECENT VERSION (and that includes Look Books and Bibles too!) – PLUS you’ll have increased, never-before seen security over your script and can turn the link off at any time!


And the new update has tons of new features for television and episodic writers as well!


And did I mention it’s FREE to use?  Well, I’m mentioning that now!


Details are below – as always, feel free to forward if you know any screenwriters, producers, or content creators who might be interested!


Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!




Jeffrey R. Gund

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ScriptHop has recently released VERSION 2.0 of their FREE tool designed by the former head of the Story Department for UTA in collaboration with A-list writers and execs that sets a new standard for how to send scripts in Hollywood.


This intelligent “Packet” helps you secure a single source of messaging for your projects via a game changing, interactive experience that can be emailed or texted via a link.  Recipients clicking on the link are immediately presented with an engaging, interactive description of the project (our tech creates most of this for you on the fly, and you can elaborate on it to your hearts desire with your own materials as well!), plus the project’s status, additional info, and and always the most recent revisions of the script, show bible, or lookbook.  The Packet protects and promotes the writers vision as it travels throughout the development process, and – most importantly – every aspect of the experience and its interactive features have been engineered to excite people to READ THE SCRIPT!


PLUS – we utilize new, state of the art security features to protect your script!


And, it’s completely FREE to use!


•  Not sure if everyone has the newest version of your script, or show bible?

•  Or if they want to be bothered with the three different revisions you’ve made just this week?

•  Or maybe you’ve decided too many people are reading it, and you want to shut down the “live-link” to your script as a security measure?

•  Want our tech to create an interactive experience designed to make people WANT to read your script?


ScriptHop 2.0 solves all these problems, and many more!


Read about how ScriptHop 2.0 solves the issues around keeping everyone updated with the most current  revisions:


Here’s more info on all the new features included in ScriptHop 2.0:



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Hollywood Reporter – New Script-Submission Software Aims to Manage Slush Pile

A new tool aims to get screenplays to the top of the pile at agencies and studios, and not tossed back onto the unwanted stack of unsolicited submissions


Script Magazine – ScriptHop: World’s First Interactive System for Your Script

Readers are the gatekeepers to Hollywood, and their coverage can make or break your chances of success. ScriptHop Co-Founders create an innovative way to present your work to industry executives that changes the game for pitching and selling your screenplay.


IndieWire story – ScriptHop Wants to Change the Way Screenplays Travel in Hollywood

A new screenplay submission tool is designed to make writers’ — and readers’ — jobs a little easier.


Podcast with WGA Co-Chair Committee of Black Writers, Hilliard Guess




“Even the simple act of allowing a screenwriter to create and attach their own synopsis and logline to a script that’s circulating is huge, and incredibly helpful.  A ScriptHop Packet gives screenwriters something they’ve rarely had in the industry: more control.”
     — Jim Herzfeld – Meet the Parents, Meet the Fockers, Tapeheads


“ScriptHop is awesome!  So easy and intuitive, it sparks creativity and streamlines the whole business of getting stories green-lit.  As Hollywood seeks a new normal, innovators at ScriptHop are cutting the path.  I see huge success for this amazing script platform.”

     — Joe Jarvis –  Senior VP, Final Draft


“As a pro script reader, I’m after the script that makes me want to read more. As a screenwriter, I want to write a script that delivers more. ScriptHop bridges the gap. It streamlines the coverage process and lets readers read. And it revolutionizes the process of deploying a script — and lets writers take the reins.”

     — Peter Hanrahan – Story Analyst – UTA and Village Roadshow


“I am incredibly impressed by the ScriptHop software.  Not only does it offer writers a fresh, new perspective on the structure and analysis of their projects, it allows them to create a vibrant format with which to present those screenplays to potential buyers. The ability to highlight dialogue, tone and form gives studios and producers an immediate, in-depth grasp of the content within.”

     — David Hayter – X-Men, X2: X-Men United, Watchmen, Warrior Nun


“ScriptHop is truly impressive and will be a game changer for any writer. Not only is it helpful for getting to know the ins and outs of your script, it puts the power back in the writer’s hands to market your script the way you want to market it. On top of that, it is also easy to use, beautifully designed, and ready to wow a potential buyer. ScriptHop is here to disrupt the game!”

     — Gladys Rodriguez – Vida, Sons of Anarchy


“ScriptHop is such a gift to writers. So smartly organized, so intuitive, so easy to use, it helps showcase your material and put it in front of folks who can actually turn it into a movie.”

     — Brian Gunn – Brightburn, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Little Monsters



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