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so i got about 7 pages written last night before i went to bed, after all. i guess that's pretty fast; i started writing at about 12:30 and finished at about 2 am.

i think this is going as quickly as it is because i sit at work all day thinking about what i'm going to write when i come home. so i get home and it's like, "oh, of course, this happens and then this happens." although i'm getting into territory where i'm not sure what happens. i know how the story ends, and i know select in-between things, but how exactly they get from point A to point B...? not sure. i fortunately have the oldest scene in the story, the one that was the first idea i had about the story when i first imagined it when i was...? 9 or so, i think...maybe a little older, caffrey and cheli were the first ones and the others followed later...so that will be very satisfying, to write that scene and write it well. unfortunately, the single most important line in the story when i was a kid may have to be cut.

i should get back to work.

okay, this is some
Favreau will be head "Elf" for New Line
Reuters
Apr 19 2002 2:05AM
HOLLYWOOD (Variety) - Jon Favreau ("Made") has signed to direct Will Ferrell in "Elf," a New Line comedy about a man who is raised from infancy as an elf after accidentally falling into Santa's gift sack during Christmas.

The story begins at the North Pole, where the man is inadvertently wreaking havoc on the elf community due to his ungainly size. As a result, Santa decides to send him to the U.S. in search of his true identity. David Berenbaum wrote the script.

Favreau recently directed the Fox TV pilot "Life on Parole." " He also stars in 20th Century Fox's upcoming adaptation of Marvel Comics' "Daredevil" as Foggy Nelson, the title character's best friend and legal partner; Ben Affleck and Colin Farrell also star. Favreau's other acting credits include "Love & Sex," "Very Bad Things" and "Swingers."

Reuters/Variety

04/19/02 02:02 ET


HUH?!?!