Jeff Wadlow has been tapped to helm an adaptation of the Danger Girl comic for Constantin Films.
Columbia Pictures' DeVon Franklin has revealed the cover page of Jeff Wadlow's Masters of the Universe script, dated December 24, 2014.
The filmmaker doesn't have a deal to direct at this time, with I Origins director Mike Cahill also competing for the job.
Mike Cahill, Jeff Wadlow, Chris McKay and Harald Zwart are in contention to replace Jon M. Chu at the helm of this action-adventure.
The adaptation should please fans of all X-Force eras, according to Liefeld. It isn't known when production of this superhero adventure may begin.
The Kick-Ass filmmaker says this X-Men spin-off will explore different interpretations of what it means to be a mutant.
The director revealed how he pitched his idea to Mark Millar and 20th Century Fox, and how far along he is on the script.
The Kick-Ass 2 director reveals he has the whole story mapped out, and is 20 pages into his first draft of the screenplay.
Rich Wilkes wrote this action thriller, which is being described as Fast and Furious with speed boats.
Creator Rob Liefeld confirms the development of this Marvel mutant adventure, which might include Cable, Deadpool, Wolverine and Colossus.
The Lincoln Lawyer director Brad Furman and The Karate Kid remake's Harald Zwart are also in the running.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse's The Mother F--k-r is set to use this skull and machine gun logo for his group of nefarious super villains.
Director Jeff Wadlow also offers a sneak peek at Hit Girl's new Ducati and Mother Russia's iconic knife.
Director Jeff Wadlow and comic book creator Mark Millar revealed the news through their Twitter pages over the weekend.
Dark Castle has picked up the airplane thriller spec from John Richardson and Chris Roach.