Noah Hawley, Robert Kirkman, and the Russo brothers are teaming up for a new crime drama

FX has managed to consolidate the better part of a comic book zeitgeist in one of its upcoming projects, with Variety reporting that Fargo and Legion’s Noah Hawley, Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman, and Joe and Anthony Russo, the directors of the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War, have all signed on for one of the…

Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are turning Robert Kirkman’s Invincible into a movie

Proving that the movie industry is nothing if not forgiving (when it comes to famous white men), The Hollywood Reporter says that Universal is going to let Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg write and direct an adaptation of the long-running superhero comic Invincible. This is despite the fact that Rogen and Goldberg’s last…

Max Landis to win his father’s love with An American Werewolf In London remake

Max Landis is a fairly polarizing figure in the film industry, partly because he’s the son of John Landis and will continue to get opportunities even when his projects flop and partly because he tends to have awful opinions about Star Wars characters, but now he may have finally landed a film that will prove once and…

Brent Spiner on spooky children, space invaders, and giving the devil his due

Brent Spiner’s had myriad other roles on the big and small screens, as well as in the legitimate theater, but he’s probably best known for playing Lieutenant Commander Data on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Although the character was an android, Data’s aspirations of becoming “one of us” allowed Spiner to run the…

Robert Kirkman says he’s disappointed in George R.R. Martin

Usually, when the words “disappointed,” “Robert,” and “Kirkman” appear in the same sentence, it’s pertaining to unfortunate decisions made by the creative team behind AMC’s The Walking Dead. This time, though, it’s because Kirkman — who serves as executive producer for the zombie apocalypse show and writes the…

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AMC to take a break from shows based on comics for another show about comics

AMC can’t match The CW when it comes to the amount of TV shows based on comic books that it airs, but it’s still hard to see the network as anything but a haven for comics when its biggest show is its Walking Dead adaptation. Plus, the first episode of Preacher is airing this weekend, and that’ll bring AMC’s total…