“Molly’s Game,” written and directed by Sorkin, is in the running for an Oscar for best adapted screenplay.
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Academy Award-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin said he goes to bed most nights having not succeeded in putting a single word to paper. The 56-year-old mastermind behind NBC's "The West Wing" and big screen productions "The Social Network" and "Moneyball" recently turned to directing, working from his own Oscar-nominated screenplay for "Molly's Game". Sorkin, who is reportedly Hollywood's highest paid screenwriter at $4 million a movie script, has a standing offer to reboot "The West Wing" but he has repeatedly refused, being much in demand for big screen movies.Sorkin was speaking at a discussion among nominees for February's Writers Guild of America Awards.
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