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Transcript of Juno

Juno
Pre-Production
Diablo Cody was first approached to write a screenplay by film producer Mason Novick. He persuaded her to adapt a previous book of hers for the screen, but suggested that she first write a screenwriting sample to show studios, then that sample eventually became Juno.

She also found inspiration in the story of a close friend who had become pregnant in high school and used some details and experiences from her friend's life in the film.

Juno's creation went on and after writing the screenplay for over seven weeks in the Starbucks section of a Target, it's development was pretty much finished.

Diablo Cody also admitted that she had a cynical, negative attitude when writing Juno. She said "I didn't ever think this film would be produced!" It nearly wasn't because of financial reasons.

It was eventually took on by Mr Mudd, and then joined the production company Mandate Pictures for the start of Juno to get underway.
Production
Distribution
Distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures and released on September 1, 2007.
It became a wide release film On December 25th.

Juno was very well received by it's target audience and everyone who viewed because of it's many awards and acolades. 'Paste Magazine' named it one of the 50 Best Movies of the Decade ranking it at number 15. In June 2010, 'Entertainment Weekly' named Juno one of the 100 Greatest Characters of the Last 20 Years.




Awards


80th Academy Awards
Best Original Screenplay – Diablo Cody

BAFTAs
Best Original Screenplay

Critic's Choice Awards
Best Comedy

Canadian Comedy Awards (2008)
Best Actress – Ellen Page
Best Director – Jason Reitman

National Board of Review
Best Breakthrough Performance – Female (Ellen Page)
Best Original Screenplay (Diablo Cody)

The National Movie Awards 2008
Best Comedy




Made in 2007
Juno was filmed in and around Vancouver, British Columbia. Although originally intended to take place in for Minnesota. The filming spanned from early February across to March 2007 in a six-week schedule, where 30 days were designated to filming.


The film was directed by Jason Reitman and produced by John Malkovich, Lianne Halfon, Mason Novick
and Russell Smith. The main stars were Ellen Page who has also starred in hit films such as 'Inception' and 'An American Crime'. Michael Cera was also the other big star who has stared in 'Superbad' and 'Nick and Norah's infinite playlist'. The other stars were Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman, Allison Janney and J. K. Simmons.


The budget was estimated at around $7,500,000, which was a rather small budget but it payed off after they grossed $143,492,840 just in the USA as of the 13th June 2008.

Marketing
Juno marketed the film well by having Kimya Dawson add in the soundtrack, which was also well received by coming in 8th place on USA's 200 billboard.
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