New Line Cinema has hired Dan Trachtenberg, a commercials director who gained attention for his live-action fan short based on the video game Portal, to helm the recently revived adaptation of Y: The Last Man.
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NBC, which first put Midnight, Mass. into development in 2009, has again picked up the rights to John Rozum’s 2002 Vertigo miniseries about world-famous husband-and-wife occult investigators.
Less than six months after New Line Cinema revived the long-stalled Y: The Last Man, the studio is reportedly making the long-stalled adaptation of the acclaimed Vertigo comic by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra a priority.
Neil Gaiman spotlights Jill Thompson’s Sandman illustrations created for a Warner Bros. move pitch that never got off the ground. The concept art is now available for purchase.
New Line Cinema is in final negotiations with Human Target writers Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaia to pen Y: The Last Man, the long stalled adaptation of the acclaimed comic series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra.
Fables creator Bill Willingham dismisses accusations that ABC’s new fairy tale drama Once Upon a Time ripped off his acclaimed Vertigo comic series.
A year-old rumor has surfaced again connecting Harry Potter director David Yates to a movie based on the acclaimed Vertigo comic series. He’s also an apparent contender to helm the big-screen adaptation of Stephen King’s The Stand.
The writer of The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel will write and produce a television series based on the sprawling, award-winning crime saga by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso.
The Sandman creator Neil Gaiman clarified that status of the television adaptation, saying that while he and DC Entertainment will likely talk to a lot of potential developers this year, no one has actually optioned the rights.
Preacher director DJ Caruso reveals he’s spoken with Chris Pine, Shia LaBeouf and Alex Pettyfer about starring in his Sony Pictures adaptation of the acclaimed comic series.
DC Entertainment’s chief creative officer insists the planned television adaptation of The Sandman is still active, with the involvement of creator Neil Gaiman.
Supernatural creator Eric Kripke, who was the frontrunner to develop the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed Vertigo comic, says a television series isn’t in the works, “at least for this season.”