According to Variety, Roger Kass and Josh Braun -- the exec producers behind David Cronenberg's current Cannes entry A History of Violence -- are set to produce a big-screen adaptation of John Wagner and Arthur Ranson's graphic novel "Button Man: The Killing Game" as a big screen feature. "Violence," which is being released through New Line, was adapted from a graphic novel by Wagner and Vince Locke.

Button is a stylish thriller about a small group of jaded millionaires who pit their own personal assassins against each other in a clandestine, deadly high stakes game.