Who wrote the short story the man would be king?
Macbeth was written and performed for King James. Shakespeare wanted to please the king, so he wrote a fairly short play (James liked short plays). King James himself had written a book on witches and how to detect them. For this, Shakespeare decided to add a supernatural twist to his play, as to please the king. Basically the King wrote a book about witches so Shakespeare thought putting witches in his play would please the…
Pretty much the entire story team who are Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton wrote the storyline for The Lion King including 25 writers who composed the story and contributed additional story material. All of their names are seen in the end credits of the film and are listed on the film's page on imdb.com.
Technically speaking they spoofed movies based on one Stephen King novel, and two of his short stories. They Spoofed Misery, the one where Stewie played the crazy chick (Novel), The Shawshank Redemption, the prison one (Short Story called "Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption"), and Stand By me (short story called "The Body"). I would recomend checking out the films and novel and short stories, both of which were in Different Seasons.
Pretty much the entire story team which is 25 people who composed the story including Irene Meechi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton who wrote the screenplay for The Lion King. All of their names are credited on the end credits at the end of the film and appear on the the film's page at imdb.com.
An actor from the film "Third Time's the Charm". He also starred in the short film "No Dice", and wrote the screenplay for "I Look for Love", based on his short story. On the stage, his lead or starring roles include King Sextimus in "Once Upon A Mattress", Domingo in "Calabasas Street", and the Cowardly Lion in "The Wizard of Oz". Check him out on imdb.com!
Shakespeare wrote the play Hamlet, and it had absolutely nothing to do with his son Hamnet. The main character in the story of Hamlet was called that years before Shakespeare was born. The Hamlet story goes back to a semi-legendary account by the historian Saxo Gramatticus. It was also probably the subject of an earlier Elizabethan play which is now lost. The character Hamlet has no more to do with Shakespeare's son than the character…