One Man Has Been Trying to Get Michael Myers to Read His ‘Wayne’s World 3’ Script for 23 Years!

One man, let’s just call him, Trevor Schindeler (because that’s his name), has spent the last twenty-three years of his life trying to get Mike Myers to read his Wayne’s World 3 script because he can’t let good things die. He probably has twelve songs on his iPod, which for some reason is very weird even though you probably only listen to the same twelve songs on repeat. He probably joined Reddit in 2005 and still uses the same meme for everything. He’s probably the guy who tells the same joke to you with the same enthusiasm since the day you met him seven years ago.

Per the Gofund page Schindeler has started to fund his “outdoor advertising in Los Angeles, California” asking for $2,500:

Wayne’s World, starring Mike Myers as Wayne and Dana Carvey as Garth, was released in 1992. Wayne’s World 2 was released in 1993. Shortly thereafter, the plot line for Wayne’s Leisure World came to mind and I felt compelled to write a synopsis. On July 7, 1993, I registered my work with the Writers Guild of American, West, Inc.

Being young and naively optimistic, much like Wayne and Garth themselves, I assumed that I could get someone inside Fortress Hollywood to read my work. Surely, Hollywood is looking for great stories. I sent out query letters to everyone associated with the Wayne’s World franchise including producers, directors, writers, and actors. I was stonewalled. No one would even read my synopsis.

I wrote three 200-plus page manuscripts one summer as a 12-year-old and if I still forced people to read them at the same alarming rate that I did that summer, I wouldn’t have the luxury of being paid for my words now. But hey, don’t give up your dreams!

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