Plus, more Power Rangers, the return of Grant Morrison & Dan Mora's Klaus, and more! The post BOOM! Studios December 2016 Solicits Debut New Steven Universe Special appeared first on CBR.com.
One of the hot rumors surrounding Ben Affleck’s standalone Batman movie was that it would serve as a kind of loose adaptation of Grant Morrison’s Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth, a haunting graphic novel that features Batman breaking up a riot at Gotham’s notorious insane asylum. Show More Summary
Supergirl casts another DC comics character. The cast and crew of Doctor Strange discuss the Sorcerer Supreme’s origins. Syfy has three new shows in the works—including a Grant Morrison adaptation. Plus, new looks at Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and the return of Gotham. To me, my Spoilers! Read more...
The three Universal Cable Productions dramas join previously announced Superman prequel 'Krypton' in the works at the NBCUniversal-owned cabler. read more
Syfy has ordered a pilot based on Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson's Happy!, written by Morrison and Crank's Brian Taylor. The post Syfy Orders Pilot Based On Morrison & Robertson’s Happy! appeared first on CBR.com.
Syfy is stepping up its development efforts with three pilot orders to artificial intelligence drama The Machine, based on the 2013 cult hit film; supernatural horror-drama Haunted; and Happy! based on Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson’s graphic novel. Show More Summary
Grant Morrison and Dan Mora have a holiday surprise lined up -- a new "Klaus" story from BOOM! Studios. The post EXCLUSIVE: Morrison & Mora Return to Klaus Just in Time for Christmas appeared first on CBR.com.
Months ago, DC Comics killed the version of Superman that comics legend Grant Morrison re-introduced as a jeans-wearing, fatcat-stomping crusader. But Morrison isn’t bitter. He’s got more cool shit to make. Like a toilet that travels through time picking up cool bands before they lost their mojo. Read more...
Sequart Organization is proud to announce the publication of The British Invasion: Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison, and the Invention of the Modern Comic Book Writer, by Greg Carpenter. Moore. Gaiman. Morrison. They came from Northampton, West Sussex, and Glasgow, and even though they spoke with different dialects, they gave American comics a new voice […]
Grant Morrison and Dan Mora deliver a refreshing and somewhat unexpected take on the legend of St. Nick in "Klaus."
Brave New World, Aldous Huxley’s dystopian classic, is coming to Syfy. Comics writer Grant Morrison and Crank co-director Brian Taylor have been hired to adapt the book to television, and both will be in charge of writing and producing the show. Show More Summary
Syfy has been talking about turning Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World into a miniseries for over a year now: Back in May 2015, Syfy locked heads with Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV to start getting the sci-fi classic on screen. Now, in a move that totally screams “it’s a brave new world!,” Syfy has tapped two white dudes to get the job done. Show More Summary
Aldous Huxley's Brave New World is one of the most popular and influential sci-fi novels of all time. It's been adapted into two separate films, as a piece of theater, and as a radio play. Now, for the first time, Amblin Entertainment and SyFy are teaming up for a television adaptation.
BOOM! has exclusively provided CBR with an advance look at Grant Morrison and Dan Mora's hotly anticipated conclusion of "Klaus."
Comic book great Grant Morrison and “Crank” co-writer-director Brian Taylor have been tapped to adapt Aldous Huxley’s dystopian classic “Brave New World” for Syfy. Set in 2540 London, “Brave New World” depicts a society where natural reproduction has been abolished and people are instead born...
In 1931, when Aldous Huxley wrote Brave New World, he envisioned the future as a place where people no longer bone for the sake of reproduction, where children are born artificially in hatcheries, where they’re then organized into castes, and where they’re discouraged from thinking, via subconscious conditioning, a psychedelic drug called soma, and many, many orgies. […]
Syfy has been looking through your high-school English class's reading list: Variety reports that the NBCUniversal-owned network is eyeing a TV adaptation of Aldous Huxley's legendary dystopian novel Brave New World. Comics writer Grant Morrison and filmmaker Brian Taylor have been tapped to lead the process. Given Morrison's reputation as one ... More »
SyFy is gearing up two Grant Morrison projects for TV.
Syfy is also developing Happy! based on Morrison's graphic novel The post Grant Morrison & Brian Taylor Bringing Brave New World to Syfy appeared first on ComingSoon.net.