Mega online retailer Amazon wants a piece of the producer pie. They've created Amazon Studios, which allows hopefuls to post their scripts, movies, storyboards, and other film schtuff on their site. After that, Regular Joes can swoop in and dig into the projects -- offering their feedback, rating it, and even revising it as they see fit (potential disaster ... ). The highest rated material gets eyeballed by a panel of judges -- including folks like 'Top Gun' screenwriter Jack Epps, Jr. and 'Bottle Rocket' producer Michael Taylor. These top picks may be passed along to Warner Bros. who has the first look option, but other studios may take a peek if the studio passes.