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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

‘Spawn’: Jason Blum Says “There’s Been a Seismic Event” in Regards to New Movie’s Progress

Creator Todd McFarlane has been talking a big game for years, and it’s sounding more and more like he’s going to speak his Spawn reboot into existence.

McFarlane has been pushing the boulder that is his long-gestating Spawn reboot up a mountain for years. It appeared to be sitting at the very top after locking down Blumhouse as producers with Jamie Foxx attached to star as the title character and Jeremy Renner as Detective Twitch.

Since then, McFarlane has been publicly filibustering as to the progress, openly revealing his demands to direct for an R-rating, while also demanding to use his screenplay, which he’s actually relaxed on over the past few months.

While the comic book artist-turning-filmmaker has been keeping the hype train going full steam, it’s been extremely quiet from inside of Blumhouse since the initial announcement way back in 2017.

Producer Jason Blum breaks the silence with a resounding proclamation that should send Spawn fans into an instant frenzy:

There’s been a seismic event on Spawn.”

“There has been an enormous amount of activity on Spawn,” Blum tells ComicBook.com while out promoting The Invisible Man. “No new news that I’m going to reveal here, I’m sorry to tell you, but the title ‘Spawn,’ I’ve been uttering that word a lot in the last two or three weeks and we’ll have more news to come. But, suffice it to say, it is a very active development.

I wanna make the movie so badly,” he continued. “I’ve actually been talking to other people about it… there’s been a seismic event on Spawn.”

As noted in the initial release, “Spawn” was the first massive launchpad for Image Comics in May of 1992. New Line Cinema would adapt the comic in 1997 with Michael Jai White starring as an elite mercenary who is killed but comes back from Hell as a reluctant soldier of the Devil. He starred alongside John Leguizamo. A “Spawn” animated series also ran from 1997-1999, totaling 18 episodes.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3618039/spawn-jason-blum-says-theres-seismic-event-new-film/

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