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Jack Burton to meet Snake Plissken in the pages of crossover comic

With their 1981 and 1986 action/adventure collaborations ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK and BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA, director John Carpenter and star Kurt Russell brought two amazing, iconic heroes to the big screen - war hero turned anti-authority criminal badass Snake Plissken and bumbling braggart Jack Burton, who's more of a hero in his own mind than anything, but he can throw a...
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07.12.2016
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John R. Leonetti to direct comic book adaptation Tag

An adaptation of the Boom! Studios comic book TAG , which was created and written by Keith Giffen and drawn by Kody Chamberlain and Chee, will be coming to the big screen courtesy of 20th Century Fox. ANNABELLE director John R. Leonetti is attached to direct from a screenplay by Ben Collins and Luke Piotrowski. The comic's story centers on  an everyday man who...
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08.18.2015
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Universal taps Will Simmons to adapt Boom! vampire comic Day Men

Not surprisingly, comics continue to be a great source for new films and now we've learned that another vampire-themed comic is set to get the big screen treatment as Black List writer Will Simmons has been tapped to adapt Boom! Studios vampire comic DAY MEN for Universal, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Boom!’s editor-in-chief Matt Gagnon created the comic and...
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11.07.2014
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James Wan in talks to direct Malignant Man for Fox

As he puts the finishing touches on FAST AND FURIOUS 7 (or whatever it's going to be called), James Wan may have just locked up his next gig: an adaptation of the graphic novel MALIGNANT MAN , which he helped write with Michael Alan Nelson for BOOM Studios. Malignant Man focuses on Alan Gates, a cancer patient with a terminal diagnosis who is resigned to his fate until he...
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06.17.2014
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Big Trouble in Little China comic book sequel from Boom! Studios

You know that BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA sequel you always wanted but never got? Well, that's all about to change thanks to folks over at BOOM! Studios who unveiled a teaser image announcing they’ve landed the license to publish stories based on John Carpenter’s 1986 cult classic. That's right, Kurt Russell’s Jack Burton will be kicking ass in comic book...
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02.26.2014
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