Warner Bros. is moving forward with a feature film adaptation of T.A. Barron’s young adult series The Lost Years of Merlin , says a story at The Hollywood Reporter .
Designed as a 12-book series, newcomer Ed Whitworth is set to adapt the first chapter for the screen, potentially establishing a feature film franchise based on a young version of the wizard from Arthurian legend.
“A raging sea tosses a… Continue reading Warner Bros. Plans The Lost Years of Merlin
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Warner Bros. is planning an adaptation of the comic book series Rex Mundi , says a story at The Hollywood Reporter . Writers Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal have been brought aboard the project, which will be produced by Johnny Depp and his company, Infinitum Nihil.
The series, which ran for 38 issues between 2003 and 2009 (1-18 and a zero issue at Image and, subsequently, an additional 1-19 at… Continue reading Warner Bros. Plans Rex Mundi
Warner Bros. are looking to produce an animated version of this gritty tale, and is currently in the early stages of development. No word yet on who has been hired to pen the story, or who will be voicing the characters, although they do suggest that it may be voice actors returning from series past.
Warner Bros. Pictures debuted the new trailer for The Hangover Part II in theaters with Source Code last weekend. The only problem was that the latter film is rated PG-13 and, while the MPAA had approved the trailer itself, it did not approve that particular placement. The studio issued the following statement:
“In our haste to meet the placement schedule for this trailer, we failed to properly vet the final… Continue reading Warner Bros. Pulls Hangover 2 Trailer From Source Code