Producer Neal Moritz Gives Updates On THE BOYS And PREACHER Adaptations
After the jump, check out what producer Neal Moritz (R.I.P.D., The Green Hornet) had to say about the upcoming film adaptations of The Boys and Preacher during a little chat with the guys over at Collider.
During an interview with Collider, producer Neal Moritz had the chance to give us a little update on where two anticipated comic book adaptaions are headed right now. When asked about the film based on the Preacher series of graphic novels written by Garth Ennis, he mentions that they are trying to get it to the silver screen. "We’re actually talking about a little different direction on it. It is a priority, but it’s one of those that is—a very hard movie to get made in Hollywood today. But we’re really working on it." As for the adaptation of The Boys (also written by Garth Ennis), he simply says: "The Boys we’re working on with Adam McKay right now. He would love to do it and we’re in the middle of working on it right now." Stay tuned to CBM for more possible news on both projects. For the full interview with Moritz concerning other upcoming projects, hit the source link below.
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