Danny Rubin, who wrote the original script for the classic 1993 film “Groundhog Day,” writes in a piece for the Telegraph how he got the idea for the film while sitting in a movie theater in Los Angeles waiting for another film to begin.
In this delicious trip down memory lane, Rubin explains how Harold Ramis got involved with the project, and how, most recently, “Groundhog Day” has become a musical.
Here’s a sample from Rubin’s piece: “When I sat down to begin writing this screenplay the first thing I knew I had to figure out was which day was repeating. To begin, I simply opened the calendar and the first holiday I came across was Groundhog Day, February 2. Yes, it was that simple.”
We urge you to read Rubin’s entire piece, on the website of the Telegraph, which you can find if you click here.