Warner Brothers Digital Distribution is reportedly releasing the screenplays of famous films as eBooks.
AppNewser has more: “While you may not be able to stream classic films like Casablanca, Ben-Hur, An American in Paris and North by Northwest on your iPad, Kindle or Nook, soon enough you will be able to read the original scripts.”
According to The Wall Street Journal, these eBooks will retail for $10 each and will come with some kind of special historical document.
Here are more details from the WSJ: “The ‘Casablanca’ e-book, for instance, not only includes the original script, but it also features producer Hall Wallis’ production notes and studio chief Jack Warner’s telegrams and memos. The ‘Ben-Hur’ e-book contains excerpts from star Charlton Heston’s acting and shooting journals during filming, as well as a forward and photograph captions written by Mr. Heston’s son, Fraser.”