The Grey and The A-Team director Joe Carnahan has signed on to helm an adaptation of Anne Rice’s The Songs of the Seraphim series for CBS.
The Grey director Joe Carnahan has announced that he and brother Matthew have begun writing Nemesis, based on the comic by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven. “This script is gonna be a beast,” Carnahan said.
With the Daredevil film rights poised to revert to Marvel, director Joe Carnahan has released the sizzle reel he used to pitch Fox his vision for a “Serpico-styled” thriller in which the Man Without Fear watched over an early-’70s Hell’s Kitchen.
With the clock run down on Fox’s Daredevil plans, multiple reports indicate that Marvel could reclaim the film rights to the Man Without Fear as soon as mid-October.
With the clock ticking down for Fox to begin production on Daredevil, the studio has reportedly begun talks to swap Marvel the rights to Galactus and Silver Surfer in exchange for a rights extension that would give Joe Carnahan time to move into the director’s chair.
Writer/director Joe Carnahan explains that he’s basing his version of Death Wish on the original book, and that he wants The Grey actor Frank Grillo for the lead.
Actor Frank Grillo talks with Spinoff Online about his role in director Joe Carnahan’s new action-thriller The Grey, working with star Liam Neeson, and learning what “cold” really is.
The Grey director Joe Carnahan discusses shooting the thriller, working with star Liam Neeson, and the existential questions surrounding the man vs. nature drama.