Y: The Last Man

Y: The Last Man Y: The Last Man is a comic book series by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra published by Vertigo beginning in 2002. The series is about the only man to survive the apparent simultaneous death of every male mammal (barring the same man's pet monkey) on Earth. The film rights to the series have been acquired by New Line Cinema (a sister company to Vertigo), and in 2007 screenwriter Carl Ellsworth and director D. J. Caruso were attached to the project with David S. Goyer as a producer. Caruso maintained that the source material was too much to be told in one film. Actor Shia LaBeouf was considering the role of Yorick as is Zachary Levi, who plays the lead in the TV series Chuck. As of November 2010, the film version is still on hold. New Line refused to budge on its development as a stand-alone movie as opposed to the trilogy Caruso (who has since moved on to direct the science fiction film I Am Number Four) preferred. French director Louis Leterrier has also expressed interest in adapting the series for television.
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."
New Line Cinema currently owns the film rights to Y: The Last Man. It's a comic book series that was created by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra. But if New Line doesn't put the film into production soon the film rights will revert back the two creators.
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Offering an update on the Y: The Last Man adaptation and commenting on the chances of his take on The Flash being revived, screenwriter David S. Goyer also shares his thoughts on how Lex Luthor should be depicted in the Man Of Steel universe.
Deadline is reporting that Dan Trachtenberg will be directing the cult classic Y: The Last Man for New Line Cinema. Trachtenberg has directed commercials for Lexus, Nike, and Coca Cola, but he is best known for his Portal fan-film. Hit jump to check it out.
Reports are coming in suggesting that New Line Cinema are finally looking to get the long-proposed film adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn's Y: The Last Man, and are currently looking at director candidates for the movie. Read on for more details.
Are you a fan of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's Y: The Last Man? Well, the big screen adaptation of the comic book series may not be moving ahead particularly quickly, but this fan film does an admirable job of adapting the comic book series.
THR report that Matthew Federman and Stephen Scaiai are in final negotiations to pen an adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn's excellent Vertigo series for the big screen..
With Chuck approaching it's series finale, the star of the show offered a brief update on his involvement with Y: The Last Man.
The director reveals that he no longer has any sort of involvement with the movie adaptation because Warner Bros wanted to cram the story into just a single movie...
After rumors a few months back that The Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier was in negotiations to direct Y: The Last Man, Now the director confirms interest in the project... as a TV show?
Disturbia director D.J. Caruso is still loosely attached to the project, after attempting to get an adap made back in 2008 with Shia Labouf!
At the premiere for his latest movie, Clash of the Titans, director Louis Leterrier was asked about the status of his involvement with the Yorick Brown adaptation.
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Here we get a little sneak peek on the screenplay of the upcoming Y: The Last Man comic book movie.
Reports of Shia LeBeouf's disinterest in playing Yorick in "Y: The last Man" have apparently been greatly exaggerated..
La Beouf calls Brian K. Vaughan's comic masterpiece his "favorite comic book," but thinks the role is too similar to other roles he has played recently.
Y? Because I felt like it.
Comic book writer turned occasional “Lost” maestro Brian K. Vaughan apparently exists within the hit series’ universe now.
"I never had much interest in the comic myself but I know that it has a strong following and in a very unusual move DC is ending the comic at issue 60 -- in stores now."
It's almost been a year since Y The Last Man comic book finished, and much longer since plans for a movie version were announced...
A short article about Director DJ Caruso putting the finishing touches on the script...
"I turned in the script last week, about five days ago. I actually have the notes. It got turned into New Line. Things have changed. I don't know if you know, but New Line barely exists anymore."
One comic book adaptation we're very anxious to see is Brian K. Vaughan's Y: The Last Man.