Big-Screen Adaptation Of Garth Ennis' THE PRO Graphic Novel In The Works At Paramount Pictures

Big-Screen Adaptation Of Garth Ennis' THE PRO Graphic Novel In The Works At Paramount Pictures

Big-Screen Adaptation Of Garth Ennis' THE PRO Graphic Novel In The Works At Paramount Pictures

It looks like Paramount plans to get in on the R-rated comic book movie resurgence, as the studio has an adaptation of Garth Ennis' graphic novel about a super-powered hooker, The Pro, in the works.

According to Deadline, there's a big screen adaptation of Garth Ennis, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti's The Pro in the works at Paramount Pictures. The Image Comics one-shot graphic novel is about a prostitute who is granted superpowers, and must juggle her unconventional day job with being a parent, while also learning to use her new abilities responsibly.

It's supposed to be a parody, but truth be told, it's not particularly funny. Put it this way - if you thought Ennis' work on the likes of Preacher and The Boys could be juvenile or sophomoric, have a read of The Pro!

We don't have many other details right now, but the project is being produced by Erwin Stoff of 3 Arts and written by Zoe McCarthy.

Here's the official logline:


A prostitute who wakes up one day with superhero powers and is asked to join the League of Honor to help curb her anti-heroic behavior.
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