Youngblood

Youngblood Youngblood is a superhero team that starred in their self-titled comic book, created by writer/artist Rob Liefeld and published by Image Comics. Youngblood was a high-profile superteam sanctioned and overseen by the United States government. A half-hour Youngblood animated series was planned for the 1995-96 season on Fox as part of an hour block with a proposed Cyberforce series and a clip was created but the series was never produced. The clip aired in commercials for Youngblood action figures. In February 2009, Reliance Big Entertainment had acquired the feature film rights to the comic book, reportedly for a mid-six figures, and has attached Brett Ratner to direct. No cast or release date has yet been announced. The film is currently being written by J.P. Lavin and Chad Damiani.
Creator Rob Liefeld has revealed that development of a live-action Youngblood movie is moving forward, once again.
After revealing that he'd be interested in playing Chapel in the upcoming Youngblood adaptation, Brett Ratner offered the former WWE wrestler a chance to audition as soon as work on the movie starts...
Director Brett Ratner talks to MTV about why a Young Blood is still struggling in development as well talking about the script...
So says Brett Ratner! This project was in Script Phase 9 months ago, so what gives?
Ratner is trying his hand at pulling some major teeney star power to get the masses involved in Youngblood!
Rob Liefeld, "Youngblood" creator and artist has shared the scoop on who's going to be writing the big screen adaptation of his comic book.
CBM fans credit Bret Ratner for ruining the X-Men franchise, now he's getting a shot at another comic book movie.