It is the time of year when the big Hollywood studios are greenlighting new screenplays to become the next summer blockbusters. Screenwriters - often working in teams - are desperately trying to get in the room with powerful executives to pitch their ideas. If they are hired, the job can earn them millions.
This game takes place in a Hollywood boardroom. Through marketing research, the studio has identified a specific hero/villain combination it is set on making its next movie about. Beyond that, the big wigs are not taking any chances: the story structure will be a tried-and-true archetype. It's the same one followed by modern classics like STAR WARS, THE LION KING, TITANIC, and about every other blockbuster over the last 40 years.