We are not lawyers and always encourage a potential client to ask an entertainment lawyer anything that has to do with the legalities of the entertainment industry; however, we always recommend copyrighting your script with the Library of Congress at www.copyright.gov to ensure your script is legally protected.
No, we have zero interest in stealing your idea for a movie or television series. Not only would the legal battle be expensive but we also have a wall consisting of over one hundred of our own ideas that we would prefer to write and retain full ownership of.
This is always a possibility as we are, first and foremost, screenwriters. It would depend on a multitude of factors but you can send us an email that you would like to hire us as writers and we can talk about the specific needs of your project.
Generally speaking, no. There are a select few that we will champion to our contacts and distribution network but, as a general rule, we will not shop your project. That being said, we are happy to give you advice and answer any questions about the (hard) process of getting your script into the right hands.
No, we have worked and helped develop in every single genre and every format imaginable including feature films, television series, documentary, unscripted, and more.
To be honest, we don't know. Script consulting at its core is a tricky business and it all comes down to the reader assigned to your script whether you use a coverage company, consulting service, or purchase script feedback through various contests. There are many factors that go into script consulting but at Legacy Entertainment, we are proud of the track record we have, leaving clients happy with our notes, feedback, and overall guidance. At the end of the day, we believe in the service we are selling and the hard work, respect, and care that goes into helping each person that uses Legacy Entertainment as we could not do our job without them.