Of The Universe
re-wrote by Stephen
Tolkin (Albert Pyun's Captain America). With
Gary Goddard, Dolph Lundgren worked some changes from the original
script -- adding more action sequences, strengthening the role
of He-Man and working on the choreography of the battle scenes.
re-wrote by the producer Robert
Mark Kamen (Taps, The Karate Kid, Lethal
Weapon 3), Dolph Lundgren was involved in the writing
of the Punisher's monologues.
Angel / I Come In Peace
uncreditedly re-wrote by David
Koepp (Jurassic Park, Stir of Echoes,
Spider-man) and John Kamps.
Lundgren supervised the work of William Tannen and did rewrite
some of the script because he thought it was too much of an average
In Little Tokyo
writers & re-writers are Mark
L. Lester (story), Martin
E. Caan, Gary Devore (Pentathlon), Steve Sharon,
Dennis Hackin and Jonathan
Lemkin (production rewrite)
LaManna (Rush Hour) (3rd draft)
writers are Martin
E. Caan (story), James L. Bartlow (second revised draft),
James Wilson (shooting draft). Dolph was pretty much involved
in the project from the very begining.
production notes tells that director Perry
Lang co-wrote the script with his friend John
Sayles but he only wrote so much later. The main re-writes
were done by Cyrus
Voris and Ethan
Reiff (Bulletproof Monk).
(Silent Trigger) was an uncredited screenwriter
on this picture.
seems that Sweepers came from Dolph Lundgren's idea and
concept, then put on the page by Kevin
Bernhardt and Keoni Waxman with Dolph's input.
Clint Lien was
hired to do a complete rewrite of the script and last minutes
changes on the set. He was credited as associate producer instead.
previous writer: Kevin
Bernhardt (when the project was still entitled Captured). Bernhardt has also
co-written Sweepers and Jill Rips.
Dolph wroked closely with Sidney Furie and Greg Melott during
the writing process.
Although he is only credited with the story, director Christopher
Kulikowski wrote the original screenplay, before it was rewritten
and butchered by the producers
Dolph worked closely with Sidney Furie and Douglas W. Miller
during the writing process.
P.J. Pesce and Tom Abrams wrote the first script in 2007 called
"The Next Generation" when Pesce was attached to direct.
It seems John Hyams rewroite Victor Ostrovsky's script when he
got on board.
Although the final script was written by Raul Inglis it seems
the first and original story and script were Dolph Lundgren's
Stallone rewrote a script by Dave Callaham and made it "his"
until the Writers Guild of Amerca arbitrated otherwise. The production
script was written by Robert Mark Kamen (The Karate Kid,
The Punisher, The Transporter, Taken) under
First script was from Ken Kaufman and David Agosto (Space
Cowboys) who had previously sold a similar script in
2008 to Warner Bros called Wardogs. Simon West
brought in Richard Wenk (The Mechanic).
Then Stallone rewrote the screenplay himself before and during