TRANSFORMERS Producer Options Film Rights To Mark Millar's New Comic MPH

The Hollywood Reporter reports, Transformers and G.I. Joe producer, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, has optioned the screen rights to Mark Millar's latest comic book, MPH.

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By nailbiter111 - 4/25/2014
Seems like everyone is trying to develop a Mark Millar comic book into a live-action film. Just last week 20th Century Fox struck a deal for Millar's Superior, and already has Starlight and Nemesis in development. The next Millarworld film that will hit theaters is Matthew Vaughn's The Secret Service, and we've already seen two Kick-Ass films and Wanted. This time, The Hollywood Reporter informs us, Transformers and Red film producer, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, has claimed the film rights to Mark Millar's latest offering, MPH, which he Millar co-created with artist Duncan Fegredo. Having the rights get snagged for a comic that doesn't even makes its debut until May 21st is pretty impressive.
MPH centers on four 19-year olds who get their hands on a street drug that gives them the ability to move at light-speed for seven days.

Below, you will find a sneak pee of the MPH comic book. Enjoy!
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Kevwebsz - 4/25/2014, 1:02 AM
Sounds like a cool comic.
McGee - 4/25/2014, 1:11 AM
@nail

MightyZeus - 4/25/2014, 1:24 AM
Never heard about this comic so i don't know what to make of this.
Scuzz - 4/25/2014, 1:52 AM
I am sooo sick of this guy writing shity comics just so he can get a movie deal. His writing is horrible, he probably doesn't even know what subtly means. his "writing" style belongs in the 90's.

A very rare case of the movie being better than the book.
sicknimon - 4/25/2014, 1:56 AM
Everybody here probs just reads superhero comics. This is awesome news. Starlight has been great SO FAR! Excited for MPH!!!!
maxleresistant - 4/25/2014, 2:10 AM
I was kinda disappointed by Millar's last comics, they were good but not as good as first kick ass, wanted,Superman Red Son or his work at Marvel.
loki668 - 4/25/2014, 2:26 AM
I thought that it stood for "Millar's Penis Hardon".

No?

"Mutant Panda Haven"?
"Morose Panamanian Harlot"?
"Machiavellian Petunia Handler"?
"Mischievous Piranha Handjob"?

Suggestions?
case - 4/25/2014, 4:18 AM
Must pee hard. Only coz I'm wasted and waiting for a pork roast pub meal coming to my table. Yes it includes crackling. But still... Must pee hard.
case - 4/25/2014, 4:24 AM
Wait I got it - Nomis' early years: "my pee hurts"
case - 4/25/2014, 4:29 AM
Hell why am I talkin? At least I've now got crackling on my plate. My man parts hurt...
case - 4/25/2014, 4:32 AM
Man... Pretty hammered. Sorry.
LEOSTRATOR - 4/25/2014, 5:03 AM
Is this comic out yet?
MexicanSuperman - 4/25/2014, 5:16 AM
@Scuzz, so? He can do what he wants. You are nothing but a hating ass [foo foo] because you are not successful as him.
RetroFit - 4/25/2014, 7:16 AM
Mom's Pussy Hair

P.S. Sorry...
Shamo - 4/25/2014, 7:24 AM
Millar's one of the greatest comic writers of all time. Wanted, Civil War, Old Man Logan, love his work.
TheFable - 4/25/2014, 7:52 AM
MPH looks to be a good read

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