THE STRANGE CASE OF HYDE Film Adaptation Gets A New Writer
Henry Poole Is Here scribe Albert Torres has signed on to re-write the script for a big screen adaptation of the Dark Horse graphic novel The Strange Case Of Hyde, which was published last year.
According to The Wrap, screenwriter Albert Torres (Henry Poole Is Here) has been hired to write a new draft of the planned big screen adaptation of The Strange Case Of Hyde, a Dark Horse graphic novel which was written by Cole Haddon and published last year. The film adaptation is being produced by Dark Horse Entertainment, Skydance Productions and Mark Gordon Productions. The story (which serves as a sequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde) follows Dr. Jekyll, after he is allegedly rehabilitated, and released from prison to help hunt a new monster who appears to be using an improved version of the infamous Hyde serum. Torres was also hired earlier this year to pen the screenplay for Silver Pictures' planned live action Ben 10 movie, and has also recently been brought on board to re-write Appian Way's Akira remake. Stay tuned to CBM for more news on the planned adaptation.
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