Black Screenwriter Copyrights Movie Script About Legendary Reggae Group Bob Marley and the Wailers

Fort Lauderdale, FL ( – A Fort Lauderdale man copyrights movie script entitled The Black Beatles the unauthorized story of legendary reggae group, Bob Marley and the Wailers. The story is about the famed Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer rise to stardom from their humble beginnings in Kingston, Jamaica until their ultimate breakup as a group. Author John Dixon says that, “A Hollywood motion picture about this historical and celebrated group is well overdue and now is the time to bring it to the big screen.” The drama is based around both fictional and factual events in order to make it a successful Hollywood motion picture at the box office.

Author John Dixon, who is spiritually inspired by the Wailers says that, “I can not wait until this great story hit the big screen. The idea is to let the whole world know how truly extraordinary this group became and present an honorary dedication to the group.” The novice screenwriter says that the story will focus on each individual group member of the band and not just Bob Marley. The script will also help to gain further exposure and appreciation for each of the group members musical contributions, wisdom and struggles for equality. Two of the group members Bob Marley and Peter Tosh are now deceased and survived by living legend and rastaman, Bunny Wailer (Jah B). The author’s current plans are to submit the script to the upcoming Bill Cosby screenwriting contest and American Black Film Festival in Miami, Florida. “I would prefer the Black Beatles script be made into a big screen blockbuster instead of a television mini series,” says Dixon. “Can you imagine Terrence Howard as Bob Marley, Samuel L. Jackson as Peter Tosh, Don Cheadale as Bunny Wailer and Nick Nolte as Chris Blackwell?” The Black Beatles motion picture screenplay will be in theaters near you soon, for additional information please visit The Black Beatles motion picture screenplay is published and registered with the United States Copyright Office and Writers Guild of America. For permission, please contact John Dixon at


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Posted on December 1, 2006, in Reggae Artists. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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