IRON SKY Directors To Develop Graphic Novel Adaptation JEREMIAH HARM
Finnish filmmakers Tero Kaukomaa and Timo Vuorensola (Iron Sky) will team up to direct a big screen adaptation of the Boom! Studios graphic novel Jeremiah Harm. Hit the jump for details on the story, as well as financing and the film's producers.
The Hollywood Reporter reveal that Finnish filmmakers Tero Kaukomaa and Timo Vuorensola, who most recently directed the science fiction film Iron Sky, are teaming up again for a new film in the genre. The two are teaming up with producers Arnold Rifkin (Live Free Or Die Hard) and Ross Richie (2 Guns) to adapt the Boom! Studios graphic novel Jeremiah Harm for the big screen. Written by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant, the story follows an intergalactic bounty hunter sent to Earth to hunt down a group of space-traveling criminals
and the girl that they have kidnaps. Richie is also the founder and CEO of Boom! Studios. The directing duo plan to use online crowdsourcing to help finance and produce Jeremiah Harm, similar to their approach in funding Iron Sky. A new website has been launched for fans to create their own aliens for the movie. Stay tuned to CBM for more details on Jeremiah Harm.
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