After apparently predicting the start of the MCU in 2002, Millar now offers his next bold prediction.
Space Bandits comic is coming from Mark Millar and Netflix, illustrated by artist legends.
Netflix will develop new films, TV shows and children shows from Mark Millar's Millarworld comic book company which the streaming service acquired.
Comic creator Mark Millar reveals that Starlight has a screenplay, while Chrononauts already has a lead actor attached.
If a Kick-Ass sequel does happen, it certainly will not include Jim Carrey, after his decision to distance himself from Kick-Ass 2.
The upcoming comic book centers on four 19-year-old friends who find a drug that gives them the ability to move at light-speed for seven days.
Simon Kinberg is attached to write the script and produce. The comic book centers on a retired space hero who is called back into action.
The comic book writer showers praise upon Joe and Matthew Carnahan's screenplay. The story centers on a billionaire vigilante.
Carter Blanchard is writing the screenplay based on Mark Millar's children's book, with Simon Kinberg producing.
While both franchises will take place in the same universe, the characters will not share the screen any time in the near future.
The comic book creators play members of Kick-Ass' Justice Forever and The Mother F---er's The Toxic Mega C---s in this superhero sequel.
Comic book creator Mark Millar reveals that he wants to end the franchise with a realistic superhero story.
The 20th Century Fox consultant also discusses the Sentinel's role in this superhero sequel, and reveals Kitty Pryde fans will not be disappointed.
Fox's creative consultant Mark Millar calls director Josh Trank's upcoming reboot phenomenal, and realistic.
The creator of the hit comic book series said that director Jeff Wadlow's follow-up is a nearly perfect movie.
The comic book creator reveals that the filmmaker departed from X-Men: Days of Future Past to make an adaptation of the comic book Secret Service.
The comic book creator reveals that the fight is unlike anything he's seen in cinema before.
Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar shares the latest news on Matthew Vaughn's revved up Mutant sequel.
The Kick-Ass creator will advise on future properties such as the Fantastic Four reboot and X-Men movies.
The comic book creator reveals that they have been informally discussing the role with the actor for nearly two years.