…if there’s one thing Disney has always been happy doing, it’s taking the easy way out by using someone else’s content.
Go back through their old catalogue and you’ll find it filled with fables, myths, legends, and stories that someone else created.
Sleeping Beauty, Hunchback of Notre Dame, Cinderella, The Little Mermaid are only a few that come to mind.
So when they coughed up big bucks to buy both Marvel and Star Wars, a few people thought that they’d lost the plot.
Things is, when you’ve got a massive catalogue of stories, characters, and worlds that you can dip into, and pull out at a moment’s notice, the hard work’s already been done for you.
Need a story line for the next Hulk movie? – Just take comic issues 10 – 30, piece them together, and you’ve got it.
Star Wars TV show? – Why not take that novel that guy wrote about Darth Vader and you’ve got season one.
Now coming up on owning the world’s biggest selling movie ever, Avengers – Endgame, I can’t see them giving up on that idea any time soon.
All you need to do is find someone else’s content, dress it up to make it uniquely yours, and Bob’s your uncle.
Now like Disney, you could go back to the books in public domain, take a story line and reuse it. There’s plenty to choose from if you know where to look.
Or…you could make yourself the main idea guy/gal and get someone else to do the writing for you.
It’s a lot easier than slaving over a keyboard, and you also get a lot more done than any other fiction writers in your genre.
Plus, do it well, and who knows, you could end up the next thing on Disney’s sights?
How do you do that?
Simples….go over here.
PS – And you I won’t even charge you as much as George Lucas did for Star Wars.