Matthew Vaughn reveals why his plans for a new Flash Gordon adaptation were put on hold.
Kingsman director Matthew Vaughn will bring the world of Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon comic strip to the big screen.
The studio closes a deal for the property, with John Davis producing and J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay writing.
J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay have reportedly teamed with producer Jon Davis and are seeking a studio deal for this project.
Our version goes back to strips from '30s. He states.
At the premiere of his new FX series the busy actor discusses a sequel to his zombie film, possibly playing Flash Gordon.
The actress discusses the success of the movie, a possible sequel and Flash Gordon.
Eisner discusses the screenplay and how he's basing the film on Alex Raymond's strips.
The studio hires Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless to write the comic strip adaptation.
- Release Date
- April 6th, 1936