Preacher executive producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg have tweeted that they've begun writing the script for the AMC comic book adapation and that they're working with comic book creator Garth Ennis.
Deacon Askani makes his mission statement.
Not the actual title track now, but the first song we'll hear after the credits role -- and it should be familiar to readers of Garth Ennis' controversial comic series. See what Rogen posted to his Twitter account after the jump..
A simple but telling twitter tease from comedian Seth Rogen for AMC's upcoming, live-action Preacher tv series. We have some official confirmation that Rogen and co.'s take on the Garth Ennis and Steve Dillion comic book won't stray too far from the source material.
Had Evan Goldberg And James Weaver not been able to land Preacher, the duo state they would have gone after Y: The Last Man. "Y: The Last Man as a feature is ludicrous. It’s perfectly made to be a TV show."
The star of the comedy flick Bad Neighbors updates /Film on the progress of the small screen adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's gloriously messed up Preacher, which Rogen is writing along with Evan Goldberg and Breaking Bad's Sam Catlin.
While speaking to Collider, Goldberg discusses his plans to bring (along with Seth Rogen) Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's gloriously messed up comic series to the small screen for an AMC tv show. The plan is to be as faithful to the comic as possible, but they'll "need to change some stuff".
It has been confirmed today that The Is The End's Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg will indeed be adapting Preacher for AMC, while Breaking Bad's Sam Catlin has joined the project as showrunner. Hit the jump for details on the series and comments from all those involved.
According to Bleeding Cool, although AMC has acquired North American broadcast rights for the show, the adaptation of Garth Ennis' controversial comic series will actually be a Sony Pictures Television production. They've also confirmed that Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg are on board.
Yes, a pilot for an adaptation Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's brilliant but controversial comic series has been ordered at AMC, the network that brought us Breaking Bad and Mad Men. This is great news for fans who didn't want to see the story condensed into one movie! Read on for more.
Director D.J. Caruso provides an update on the status of the Preacher movie and also discusses the chances of an I Am Number Four sequel. "I'm still attached to Preacher," says Caruso.
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.
In the past Skyfall's Sam Mendes, was attached to direct a film adaptation of "Preacher," a DC/Vertigo Comics' series that was created by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon.
"It is something that could be greenlit at some time but honestly, it won't be any time soon."
John August, the screenwriter of Tim Burton's latest stop-motion animated film, "Frankenweenie," describes the development of "Preacher" film as "gestating." Hit the jump to check it out.
Garth Ennis' ground breaking Maxi-series is in development hell, and while a Writer and some select actors may have been chosen, I have a better way of going about it.
While chatting to MTV about Transformers: DOTM, LaBeouf admitted that he loves the Preacher comic by Garth Ennis and would be all for playing the horrifically scarred character, Arseface..
CloneWeb got an interview with I Am Number Four director D.J. Caruso and the star Alex Pettyfer, talking about the Vertigo adaptation...
Will optimism go a long way in regards to D.J. Caruso's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon's Preacher or should we just wait for a reboot?
Well, here we go...It is now confirmed that director D.J. Caruso will helm the long awaited big screen adaptation of Preacher for Columbia Pictures. More after the jump!
According to /Film, we may finally have some movement of the long time in development Hell adaptation of Garth Ennis' beloved Preacher comic series..
It looks like that director Darren Aronofsky is a potential choice to helm a long in development big screen version of DC's comic book property the Preacher
The film's producer Neil Moretz speaks to Total Film about the sript, and there is also a reveal by the mag that another director has taken over from Sam Mendez..
director shares his thoughts on making a movie adaptation of Marvel's Taskmaster and the Vertigo comic book, Preacher