Joe Carnahan Teases His Adaptation Of Mark Millar's NEMESIS

Joe Carnahan Teases His Adaptation Of Mark Millar's NEMESIS

We've known for a while that Joe Carnahan (The Grey) is tackling the big screen adaptation of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Nemesis, and he has now taken to his Twitter account to tease the opening scene of the movie. Check it out!


Joe Carnahan and his brother Matthew are currently working on the screenplay of Nemesis together, with the former set to also direct the film. Taking to his Twitter account (@carnojoe) this evening, Joe has hinted at what we should expect from the opening of the big screen adaptation of the Mark Millar (Kick-Ass) and Steve McNiven (Civil War) comic book series. In that, Nemesis destroys part of Tokyo and brutally murders a police chief. Whether or not this is the sequence that Carnahan is referring to remains to be seen, although the ending of issue #1 (in which the villain hijacks Air Force One, crashes it into Washington D.C. and takes the President hostage) would arguably make for an even more shocking way to introduce the character! What do you guys think? Check out the Tweet below and be sure to sound off with your thoughts on this news in the usual place.





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