Detroit, MI, October 04, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- When Stellar Scholars dream wizardess Patricia Emery, former Ford statistics whiz, makes a wish, she shoots for the moon and the stars. Hollywood stars like Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman, like Steven Spielberg's Dream Quest, Disney's Pixar, Hallmark and Lifetime channels both.
"When Patricia projects a vision of things to come for Stellar Scholars," opines co-founder Frank Dattilo, "she sets the bar high and never seems to miss the mark. With the rampant planet-wide success of sister satellite websites Stellar Romance and Saints and Scholars with their celebrity endorsements and legions of avid daily readers from all fifty States, the District of Columbia and 32 foreign countries from Israel to Iceland, from Dublin to Sydney, from Paris to Portland, she is well aware that our free gift-link offerings are not the stuff of ethereal substance but of a strong commercial base."
Executive Creative Director Ashley Sword seconds the statement: "When you assess the body of Stellar Scholars work, you immediately see that our projects may be non-profit in mission but have always been commercial in their creation and execution, from our line of classy Stellar Novellas to our films for Chrysler, as well as our television and radio spots for McDonald's and Coca-Cola."
Continues Ashley: "The important aspect of Patricia's recommended selections for conversions to film and television is that Roundtable chief Dattilo's scenario-writing experience makes even the shortest of short stories read like film treatments."
Among Patricia's choices for "wishworks" by Hollywood's finest are the popular romantic fantasy "The Big Yellow Elopement Machine" for Disney Pixar, the young adult adventure "Star High Chronicles" for Spielberg's Dream Quest,"Cara Mia" for Tom Cruise with his Montgomery Clift resemblance and acting prowess coming to the fore as the adman obsessed by title character Cara Mia, the glimpse at the afterlife "Purgastories" for Hallmark, romantic triangle "On Briarwood Roof" for Taylor Swift and "Klick Klock" for Jennifer Love Hewitt, each as high-potential original television features for Lifetime channel or theatrical release, and for Morgan Freeman, large screen movie drama-starrer "You Kill Me."
As part and parcel of Stellar Scholars lofty ambitions, it welcomes representation of the titles ventured forth by Patricia to large literary agencies for ancillary film and television rights.
Jennifer Watters, Editorial Director of the Stellar Novellas that feature the prospective Hollywood vehicles, reminds Ms. Emery's many admirers: "Once more, Patricia exhorts all Stellar Scholars that nothing is impossible with prayer and hard work."
"Carpe diem!" is the rally cry again even as the "You Go Girl Bettie Page Wild Golf Open" exhibition for breast cancer survivors hits the links this Saturday October 7th.