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Rewrite Your Past

After all, “the only kind of writing is rewriting.”

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Did you know that the writers of Pixar’s Toy Story (1995) rewrote their main character, Woody?

In the earlier drafts of the screenplay, Woody was portrayed as a jerk. He treated all the other toys badly and deliberately threw Buzz out of the window. He was supposed to learn a lesson by the end of the movie. So I guess, to…

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Nihan Kucukural

Nihan Kucukural

Turkish screenwriter. I help writers understand story structures so they can write better stories. I analyze Story Bones on The Writing Cooperative.

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