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The Book Chapters that the draft scenes are to be based on, are published live for collaboration development purposes, with a sequence derived from the Chapters, supplemented with other (unpublished) writings as we progress. The final order for the proposed screenplay may be the subject of additional drafts to suit production of the final movie (producers/directors/actors). To be in a position to gain an idea of style and commercial value, please request a copy of our Kulo-Luna (draft) screenplay. See our terms and conditions. Please note that the Cleopatra scripts will not be published, but my be requested when completed.

 

 

FIRST DRAFT - SAMPLE

 

SCENE 1.  Alexandria, the site of Cleopatra’s palace, where she entertained Julius Caesar and Marcus Antonius (Mark Antony), two of the most prominent Roman generals in ancient history. This signaled the end of the Hellenistic (Ptolomic) dynasty in 30 BC, with the combined suicide of Marcus Antonius and Cleopatra after the naval Battle of Actium.

 

SCENE 2. The destruction of Thonis, sinking of the civilization.

 

SCENE 3. Cleopatra's tomb lay lost for centuries. Then one day a shift in the tectonic plates triggered a tremor off the coast of Alexandria, 

 

SCENE 4. A team of German archaeologists led by Rudolf Kiesler .... great grandson of Leopold Reiffenstahl, a Nazi scientist who escaped to Brazil as World War Two closed in on Adolf Hitler's evil empire.

 

SCENE 5. A team of highly organized divers slowly uncovered sands to discover precious artifacts and golden treasures.

 

SCENE 6. Charley Temple alerts John Storm as to disturbing technology she has discovered in a village on the banks of the Amazon, that engineers enhanced humans. Storm is an amateur archaeologist, who has amassed a sizeable DNA collection that is stored onboard the amazing 'Elizabeth Swann.' An autonomous vessel powered by renewable energy, with onboard AI to assist the crew on their adventures.

 

SCENE 7. Franco Francisco, an Italian scientist had been perfecting his art, cloning large mammals, then finally managed to nurse a human embryo to fetus and birth. He was watched closely by a German cartel, he having published a paper on the possibility of digital reincarnation.

 

SCENE 8. The Brazilian technology is purchased at an auction by a religious sect, aiming to resurrect the last Pharaoh of Egypt.

 

SCENE 9. A US contingent had been shadowing the German contingent as they take more than a passing interest in these revelations, as they realise the implications.

 

SCENE 10. The Americans seek out John Storm, as an expert on DNA, who is well known for his conservationist views.

 

 

 

 

The Baron Richthofen and his clever scientists rencarnate Cleopatra from the dead

 

 

THONIS-HERACLEION was Egypt’s greatest port for much of the first millennium B.C. before Alexander the Great established Alexandria in 331 B.C. Then around 365 A.D. both cities vanished beneath the Mediterranean sea, hiding the location of Queen Cleopatra's tomb - confounding archaeologists - until now. REINCARNATION - Using the latest technology in super-computer genome mapping and digital DNA splicing, an occultist sect reincarnate Cleopatra VII, having found and recovered her sarcophagus from its watery tomb. The resurrected Queen has to mesh with the modern world she's been reborn into, where the Fourth Reich have plans for her future in a New World Order. But the CIA plot to kidnap the reborn Pharaoh to advance their military capabilities. Neither had reckoned on John Storm and his crew.

 

 

 

Cleopatra - The Mummy - A John Storm adventure with the Elizabeth Swann

 

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