The Grey director was set to adapt Mark Millar's comic book series for Fox, but the studio has passed on it.
Mark Millar's latest comic book hits store shelves in 2012, before being adapted for the big screen by director Nacho Vigalondo and Universal Pictures.
The Kick Ass creator says that he is doing the Supercrooks movie and comic book simultaneously.
Kick-Ass creator Mark Millar sets off another Mutant rumor about Matthew Vaughn's Marvel prequel that is quickly proven false.
The director describes his low-budget superhero thriller as Trainspotting meets X-Men.
Mark Millar reveals that director Tony Scott is seeking both actors for his graphic novel adaptation.
Graphic novel creator Mark Millar reveals that pre-production on the highly anticipated sequel is set to begin soon.
The illustrious comic book writer brings his latest property home on August 3rd.
X-Men: First Class and American Jesus updates are also discussed by the creative force behind this new franchise.
While this story was circulating, Mark Millar took to his website to shoot down the rumor.
The Kick-Ass co-creator claims he was offered the job.
It looks like there are multiple directions the story could go in without her character.