the morning after hollywood

Revolutionary Monster Movie Idea:

A group of people are out traveling/camping/etc and end up chased by a horrific monster in some rural/empty/typical horror movie environment, but it turns out the monster was wanting to protect them/make them leave to escape an even worse antagonist hunting it/them down and trying to kill them.

Bonus points: Good scary monster lives at end-and also the cute girl it picks up in typical bridal fashion doesn’t mind-she’s actually into it.

Regarding Abigail - Part 28 (AU Tom and Abby)

TITLE: Regarding Abigail
AUTHOR: theothercourse
GENRE: Romance/Drama
FIC SUMMARY: In an alternate universe (of In Formal Wear), a terrible car accident robs Abigail of her recent memory. She doesn’t remember Tom or their relationship. Injured and alone, Abby can only put her trust in a man who claims to be her boyfriend. Tom has a second chance to make Abby fall in love with him - again. (Based on a request frommissviolethunter from THIS LIST)
RATING: Mature
AUTHORS NOTES/WARNINGS: Based on the characters from Upstaged, In His Kiss, In Her Arms, Who Loves You, Baby?, The Road to Something Better, Regarding Abigail, Tom/Abby One Shots, All Tom/Abigail in chronological order  - Please let me know what you think. Thank you for all the messages, likes, reblogs for this story.

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Regarding Abigail

Kevin Feige took risks. The man responsible for much of the Marvel Cinematic Universe grabbed life and chance by the scruff and bulldozed ahead. He grew from the boy in school, nipping his lunch money to buy the next issue of Spiderman or Captain America (or Batman, but keeps that fact in his back pocket) to the president of a major film studios that produced movies based on his beloved comics. Passion drove him, motivating others to help recreate his vision. Determination, passion and a die-hard spirit led him to become head of an empire.

The producer also recognized that he couldn’t do it alone. He surrounded himself with people as smart as, if not, smarter than he and creators with far more talent than he had with his amateur comic book scribbling on the weekends when he was a teenager. During the summer of 2010, already well-immersed in Phase One and starting work on Phase Two of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, the CV of one Daniel Woo popped up in Kevin’s email. Twenty-four year old Berkeley University graduate with a BFA in Film and Graphic Design, Dan applied for an internship with Marvel Studios.

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