Alan Moore's LEAGUE OF EXTRAORDINARY GENTLEMEN Heading To The Small Screen
After a loose big screen adaptation (which was torn apart by critics) in 2003, League of Extraordinary Gentleman is getting a second chance as a TV show. Michael Green (Green Lantern) is set to serve as writer and executive producer and you can find more details after the jump!
Fox have given a pilot commitment to a small screen adaptation of Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's League of Extraordinary Gentleman. Michael Green (whose credits include the likes of Green Lantern, Smallville and Heroes) is set to write and executive produce, while The Matrix's Erwin Stoff will also serve in the latter capacity. Moore and O'Neill won't be producers on the series, and it's safe to assume that the writer will have no role in this adaptation, although we should still probably expect him to have nothing but bad things to say if the past is any indication. How do you guys feel about this news? Sound off below and stay tuned to CBM for further updates.
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