Move over, MCU and DCEU, Todd McFarlane reveals his plans for extended 'Spawn' universe built around iconic Black hero
Comics legend is launching connected series of comics centered around his pioneering superhero that could eventually span to film and TV. "I want to put my stake in the ground and create something much, much bigger.”
Jamie Foxx on playing Black heroes in 'Project Power' and 'Spawn': 'It's so necessary, and it's the time'
Jamie Foxx is starring in two movies about Black superheroes: "Project Power," premiering Aug. 14 on Netflix, and the upcoming "Spawn."
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Iconic comic book artist Todd McFarlane takes film critics to task for trashing "Venom."
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Jeremy Renner has been set to star alongside Jamie Foxx in <em>Spawn</em>, the Blumhouse film that marks the directorial debut of Todd McFarlane from his scripted adaptation of his comic book creation. In late May, Foxx was set to play the title character, who started out in the comics as Al Simmons, a member of a CIA black ops team who is twice betrayed: after being set up by his cohorts to be murdered with his corpse set aflame, Simmons is then double crossed in Hell…
The famed comic creator Todd McFarlane explains why the time is right to relaunch his signature character, Spawn, on the big screen, and how it may spin off on the small screen.
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'Spawn' to Be Resurrected in New Feature Film, From Creator Todd McFarlane and Blumhouse Productions
McFarlane reiterated that the first draft of the screenplay is complete, and that he’ll be stepping behind the camera on the film, described as “a dark, R-rated, scary, badass.”
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In a ceremony emceed by noted fanboy Kevin Smith, Lee was saluted by the likes of actors Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson in Avengers and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, as well as former Spider-Man writer and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane.