YouTube Millionaires: Michael Tucker Of ‘Lessons from the Screenplay’ Has Been Dissecting Movies For Years. Now, He’s Making His Own.

Michael Tucker’s very first YouTube video was a solid success. An analytical dissection of the screenplay for hotly-debated thriller film Gone Girl, it garnered nearly two million views and drew in 8,000 subscribers within a week.

Prior to joining YouTube, Tucker had nailed a big job in the documentary sector — but executing other people’s visions wasn’t working out for him, and when that project fizzled, he started looking for a way to share his own content. His Gone Girl video took months of work to conceptualize and produce, but when Tucker’s work paid off in view and subscriber count, he knew YouTube was a natural fit.

Since that first video back in 2016, he’s produced nearly 50 more, covering contemporary and classic films like The Devil Wears Prada, Groundhog Day, The Silence of the Lambs, Se7en, and The Last Jedi. His videos delve into all aspects of filmmaking,
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