Todd McFarlane’s spawn movie, but we got burned so many times upon this projectMcFarlane’s new film about hellbound antiheroes in constant development has been on the verge of entering production for years now, but every time there seems to be good news on the horizon, the cans hit the road. Kicked and the waiting game begins anew. .
So don’t blame us for not being particularly optimistic about McFarlane’s new tweet. spawn News coming today:
In the best-case scenario, Blumhouse Productions greenlights the script, writes down the release date, and McFarlane makes sure there’s a fixed date to start shooting.
But at this point we don’t know if Jamie Foxx or Jeremy Renner are still signed on spawn Whether it’s been years since their involvement was first confirmed, or whether the film still has the same core concept of keeping the budget down by focusing on Spawn as an off-screen, otherworldly being.
2017 script of this spawn leaked last yearthose who read it describe it as “garbage” because the title character is only in the film for 15 minutes. For at least part of it, he’s in bedOur fingers are crossed whether this draft was completely scrapped or heavily revised.
It’s probably best to wait and see what McFarlane has to say, so watch this space later today.
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