Jason Momoa & Lucas Till To Star In David Hayter's WOLVES
The X-Men/Watchmen writer is set to make his directorial debut with the long in-development Werewolf flick, which now has X-Men: First Class' Till and Game Of Thrones' Momoa on board as hero and villain respectively..
Wolves was first announced back in 2010, and seemed to drop off the radar afterwards. But it seems David Hayter (Aka the voice of Solid Snake) has been keeping on top of the movie, as last week Lucas Till (Havok in X-Men: First Class) won the lead role, and now he’s being joined by Jason Momoa ( Khal Drogo in Game Of Thrones) and newcomer Merritt Patterson.
Hayter is set to direct Wolves from his own script, and the story is said to focus an eighteen-year-old werewolf (Till) accused of murdering his own parents, who goes on the run and winds up in a small town named Lupine Ridge (yes, really) that has a history of supernatural happenings. Momoa will play the villain, a “badass werewolf patriarch.” Patterson’s role has not been revealed yet.
We haven't had a really good Werewolf movie since..umm, Am American Werewolf In London? There has to have been one since that - answers on a postcard. Anyway, point is, we are long overdue for one. Will this be it? Honestly I doubt it, but we can hope! Wolves will shoot in Toronto this fall.
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