In 2014, myself and my good friend Alex Nichols were talking and realized it had been far too long since a new Austin Powers movie was made. And because we're good, proactive people, we decided not to wait for Hollywood to get around to it, but rather to write it for ourselves.
Except, y'know, we're lazy...so instead of ACTUALLY writing it ourselves, we figured we could crowdsource it. And thus the Secret Sequel Society was born.
The project was sort of an exquisite corpse exercise. We solicited writers anonymously, and gave them a set of rules:
1. You can only read the page before yours.
2. You only get to write a single page.
3. You have to nominate someone to write the next page.
The result was a surprisingly coherent 60-page screenplay that deals with time travel, space exploration, horniness, the ebola crisis and so much more. Basketball superstar Jeremy Lin is a prominent supporting character. The Rock plays a giant-sized clone of Dr. Evil. It's weird and great and some of the writers who worked on this thing went on to write for Colbert, Fallon, Marvel, all sorts of legit outlets.
You can read the whole thing on Google Drive.
Oh, and here's the poster art I made for it which is chock full of hints.