Matthew Vaughn Searching For SUPERIOR Director; THE SECRET SERVICE Sequels Planned?
Mark Millar has revealed that we should expect to see The Secret Service comic books AND movies hit every two to three years, while he also lets slip the fact that Superior producer Matthew Vaughn is looking for a director for that film as well. Check it out!
Mark Millar has once again taken to his Twitter account (@mrmarkmillar) to offer yet another update on the status of the big screen adaptations of both The Secret Service and Superior. While we recently learned that Matthew Vaughn decided to leave the director's chair of X-Men: Days of Future Past to helm the former, it's been a while since we've heard anything at all about the latter. In fact, with work on Kick-Ass 2, Nemesis, Supercrooks, and Wanted 2 all moving ahead, it would be easy to forget about Millar's collaboration with artist Leinil Yu on the superb series. Well, he told one of his followers last night, "We're doing a movie of Superior. You'll hear more about it after Christmas. Matthew Vaughn producing & choosing director." Meanwhile, Millar also revealed that as he closes in on writing the final few pages of The Secret Service comic book series, the plan is for him and Dave Gibbons, "to do one of these every two or three years, same as the movie adaptations. Casting is INSPIRED by the way." So, they not only have a cast lined up, but also have plans for a franchise, although Millar later clarified that, "The movie will HOPEFULLY be a franchise too, but we need to see how it performs first." Stay tuned for further updates!
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