The difference between the two is in the script.
If you’ve seen a movie and it has a script and a trailer, it’s probably going to have a different tone and mood from what the filmmakers intended for it to sound like.
This is why a film like “The Last Airbender” and “Django Unchained” are different than the other “Dramas.”
The director of the film said the script was never a problem, and it was the director’s intention that the film would be different than what was going on on the screen.
So, if you see a movie like “Jurassic World” with a script that has a lot of visual effects, you may think, “Oh, that’s different from the script of the movie.”
But it’s not.
This movie is based on the movie “Jungle Book” that was released on December 18, 2014.
And that’s the script that’s used.
So the difference between a script for a film and a script in a movie is a lot less, I think, that people think.
This article first appeared at TheWrap.com.