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THE MASK 2

THE MASK 2

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Published by Anthony L.
S-S-SMOKIN'! The MASK IS BACK and my oh my it has been a long time!

Back in the mid-90s', New Line Cinema and director Chuck Russell originally wanted to make a direct sequel to the 1994 surprise hit, "The Mask", a fantasy comedy that launched the careers of Jim Carrey and then-unknown Cameron Diaz. Unfortunately that never came to be and the 2005 flop "Son of The Mask" was made instead.

This is a fan-written script on what The Mask sequel SHOULD have been about featuring the return of Stanley Ipkiss, Tina and friends.

Based on the Dark Horse Comics, the first movie and the cult Saturday Morning animated series.


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With great reluctance, mild-mannered bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss once again releases his hyper alter-ego in this Action Comedy! Set five months after the first film, Edge City is under attack by a new crime gang, threatening both the 1994 Mayor Election and Stanley's relationship with his girlfriend Tina. To make matters worse, a bullying figure from Stanley's past returns and he wants payback! Personalities collide in this never-to-be-filmed roller-coaster sequel.


I found some typos and mistakes in the original script, so here is an updated and fixed version.

Copyrighted by New Line Cinema and Dark Horse Comics.
S-S-SMOKIN'! The MASK IS BACK and my oh my it has been a long time!

Back in the mid-90s', New Line Cinema and director Chuck Russell originally wanted to make a direct sequel to the 1994 surprise hit, "The Mask", a fantasy comedy that launched the careers of Jim Carrey and then-unknown Cameron Diaz. Unfortunately that never came to be and the 2005 flop "Son of The Mask" was made instead.

This is a fan-written script on what The Mask sequel SHOULD have been about featuring the return of Stanley Ipkiss, Tina and friends.

Based on the Dark Horse Comics, the first movie and the cult Saturday Morning animated series.


SYPNOSIS:
With great reluctance, mild-mannered bank clerk Stanley Ipkiss once again releases his hyper alter-ego in this Action Comedy! Set five months after the first film, Edge City is under attack by a new crime gang, threatening both the 1994 Mayor Election and Stanley's relationship with his girlfriend Tina. To make matters worse, a bullying figure from Stanley's past returns and he wants payback! Personalities collide in this never-to-be-filmed roller-coaster sequel.


I found some typos and mistakes in the original script, so here is an updated and fixed version.

Copyrighted by New Line Cinema and Dark Horse Comics.

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Published by: Anthony L. on Aug 07, 2009
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THE MASK 2
BASED ON THE CHARACTERS FROMDARK HORSE COMICS AND NEW LINE CINEMASTORY BYRON RILEYSCREENPLAY WRITTEN BYANTHONY L.
 
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THE P-A-R-T-Y IS JUST GETTINGSTARTED…
 
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FADE IN:THE NEW LINE CINEMA LOGOThis is not just any New Line logo. The logo is green and shimmerslike one familiar mask. The classic Randy Edelman music can be heardin its glory.DISSOLVES to Edge City: A gnarly town in day, but glamorous at night.Even though it is present day 1994, time itself seems to be a mixtureof the ‘40s and the ‘60s. The methane emissions have the night skyglowing, while searchlights are swinging from left to right.EXT. COCO BONGO CLUB-ENTRANCE-NIGHTThe searchlights are emulating from Edge City’s HOTTEST nightclub-THECOCO BONGO CLUB. Parking spaces are packed. Palm trees are standinghigh. The very catchy song, “Hey Pachuco” by Royal Crown Revue, isplaying through the club’s speakers. Crowds gather behind the ropebarriers as they eagerly wait for the Coco Bongo’s special guest.Television news crews and paparazzi photographers prepare theirequipments, while gigantic security guards block unwanted guests fromstepping on the precious, red carpet.SFX. MEXICAN HAT DANCE HORNA car horn, in the same tune of the Mexican hat dance, screams fromthe distance. Police officers on hollering motorbikes escort in frontof a long, black limousine.WOMAN IN CROWDOh my God! It’s HIM!!!Photographers start taking pictures and crowds lean against the ropesto see their favorite celebrity up-close.

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