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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the one-time Chaos! Comics property has been optioned from Dynamite Entertainment by special effects house Rhythm & Hues.
Debuting in 1996, Chastity was a young girl named Chastity Marks who ran away from her abusive home only to become a big part of the ’70s punk scene in London. She eventually was turned into a vampire who was undetectable by the rest of her new peer group.
Both film and television are being eyed for the Chastity invasion, but the television side is further along. Scott Winant (My So-Called Life, Californication) has signed on to bring his years of experience as producer and showrunner.
Dynamite’s Nick Barrucci and Juan Collado will serve as executive producers.