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Catherine Hardwicke Tapped to Direct ‘Heathen’ Comic

“Twilight” and “Miss Bala” director Catherine Hardwicke has signed a deal to direct the difference of Vault Comic’s best-selling and acclaimed epic feminist comedian guide collection “Heathen,” for Constantin Film and Prime Universe Films, the businesses introduced on Wednesday.

Kerry Williamson has signed on to write down. Williamson beforehand penned the Tyler Perry-starring “Alex Cross” and most not too long ago, Netflix’s “What Happened to Monday.” She is presently engaged on an adaptation of the fantasy collection “Sandman Slim” for director Chad Stahelski and Studio 8.

Written and drawn by Natasha Alterici, “Heathen” facilities on Aydis, a younger feminine Viking, a warrior, an outcast, and a self-proclaimed “heathen.” Born right into a time of warfare, struggling, and subjugation of ladies, she is on a mission to finish the oppressive reign of the God-king Odin.

The comedian’s first commerce paperback bought out in every week and has returned for a second printing; the second commerce paperback will launch in July. The guide was not too long ago chosen by Young Adult Library Service Association (YALSA) to be included in its 2018 “Great Graphic Novels For Teens” record.

Constantin Film’s Robert Kulzer will produce with Adrian Askarieh whose Prime Universe Films is presently in a two-year first look with Constantin. F.J. DeSanto may even produce. Constantin’s Martin Moszkowicz will government produce together with Damian Wassel, Vault’s CEO & writer. Kulzer and Margo Klewans will oversee on behalf of Constantin.

Hardwicke is presently in manufacturing on Quibi’s “Don’t Look Deeper,” which stars Don Cheadle, Emily Mortimer and newcomer, Helena Howard.

Hardwicke was represented on the deal by CAA, supervisor Dan Halsted, and the legislation agency of SOWD, LLP.  Nick Hanks, the senior EVP of Business Affairs, dealt with the deal on behalf of Constantin. Vault, Wassel, and Desanto had been repped by Ava Jamshidi and Lars Theriot of Industry Entertainment, and Matthew Sugarman of Weintraub Tobin.

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