Going from stripper to screenwriter isn't exactly the most ordinary career path, but then, Diablo Cody is no ordinary girl. The Oscar-winning screenwriter, and the mind behind the hit film Juno is the hottest new writer in Hollywood, and I don't just mean for her writing. Remember that thing about her being a stripper?
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Diablo Cody is a blogger, author and screenwriter that recently won an Academy Award for Best Screenplay for her film Juno. Out of college, her first jobs were doing secretarial work at a Chicago law firm and later proofreading ad copy. She would turn her time as a secretary into a blog called Red Secretarywhich detailed the fictional life of am English-challenged secretary living in Belarus, using events directly pulled from, or inspired by, her time at the law firm. Finding that she enjoyed the experience, she quit her day job and began stripping as a career.
That is more than I spend on my own moisturizing needs, and I am a withered year-old alcoholic. The tube, with its smiling yellow sun, mocks me from its shelf in the bathroom. I will make your children soft, the sun whispers.
By Sara Stewart. I just felt like I was drowning. Like I was sinking to the floor of the ocean.
Juno is a American coming-of-age comedy-drama film directed by Jason Reitman and written by Diablo Cody. Ellen Page stars as the title character, an independent-minded teenager confronting an unplanned pregnancy and the subsequent events that put pressures of adult life onto her. Simmons also star.
Fox has ordered a script for the potential one-hour drama. Emily Silver will write the script and executive produce, with Diablo Cody also executive producing. When she teams up with JT Cullen, a charming Korean War vet with his own secrets, the two form an unlikely alliance that allows Lucy to continue her search while also coming to the aid of people in need. Fox has given the project a put pilot order.
I was outed the other day as a stripper. I tracked down everyone involved in the gossip chain, found the weak link who sent me an apology letterand then asked one of the recipients of this hot morsel of Big News in a Small Town out to coffee. I would love it, she told me.
In a dark and seedy dive, we adjust our tie and face our subject, notorious stripper-cum-wordsmith Diablo Cody. Once we're ensconced in a cracked-vinyl booth adjacent to the Wurlitzer, a round of brandy Manhattans appears before us. But I can't credit my physique for any of my writing success; in fact, I often suspect they're paying me to keep my clothes on these days.