Invincible: Robert Kirkman Says Live-Action Film Won’t CONNECT TO Amazon’s Animated Series
In a recently available interview with EW, producer Robert Kirkman has finally given an update about his long-in-development live-action film adaptation of his popular comic book series Invincible, confirming that the project continues to be continue and is in the first stages at Universal Pictures with The Boys co-creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg also attached as writers and producers.
With the upcoming debut of Amazon’s series adaptation of Invincible on March 26, Kirkman in addition has confirmed that the live-action film will be separate from the Steven Yeun-led animated series.
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“That’s still quite definitely in development. That hasn’t changed. We’re going for a very long time just,” Kirkman revealed. “But we’ve been luckily enough to get a two-track plan with Invincible. Right we’ve got the animated series at Amazon now, that is on the cusp of launching now, and we’re still developing it as a film series with Universal also, with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg attached. So, those a couple of things have become much happening concurrently still, that is somewhat weird, I assume. But there’ve been Spider-Man animated series and Spider-Man movies simultaneously. So, I believe we’re in good company.”
Invincible is referred to as a suspenseful, action-filled, emotion-packed show that builds upon heartwarming and poignant moments of love, friendship, and humanity. February after 144 issues have been published the comic launched in 2003 and wrapped up last. Ryan Ottley served because the central artist on the Cory and Kirkman Walker created comics.
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The series’ all-star ensemble voice cast includes Steven Yeun (The Walking Dead), Sandra Oh (Grey’s Anatomy), J.K. Simmons (Whiplash), Seth Rogen (The Lion King), Gillian Jacobs (Love), Andrew Rannells (Black Monday), Zazie Beetz (Atlanta), Mark Hamill (Star Wars: THE FINAL Jedi), Walton Goggins (Tomb Raider), Jason Mantzoukas (John Wick 3: Parabellum), Mae Whitman (Good Girls) and Chris Diamantopoulos (Silicon Valley).
It may also feature Mahershala Ali as Titan, Clancy Brown as Damien Darkblood, Jeffrey Donovan as Machine Head, Ezra Miller as D.A. Sinclair, Djimon Hounsou as Martian Emperor, Jonathan Groff as Rick Sheridan, Jon Hamm as Steve, Zachary Quinto (Star Trek) as Robot, Nicole Byer as Vanessa & Fiona and Khary Payton (The Walking Dead) as Black Samson alongside Chad Coleman (The Walking Dead) as Martian Man, Sonequa Martin-Green (Star Trek: Discovery) as Green Ghost, Michael Cudlitz (Southland) as Red Rush, Lauren Cohan (The Boy) as War Woman, Lennie James (Fear the Walking Dead) as Darkwing and Ross Marquand (Avengers: Endgame) actually taking two roles on the show because the Immortal and Aquarius.
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Behind The Walking Dead, Invincible is Kirkman’s second-longest-running comic and the series serves as his first show beneath the new cope with Amazon. Invincible is Kirkman’s fourth scripted series predicated on his Skybound comics, alongside AMC’s The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and Cinemax’s Outcast.
Kirkman’s Skybound is defined to create Invincible with Teen Titans’ Simon Racioppa serving as showrunner. Alongside Racioppa and Kirkman, David Alpert (The Walking Dead), and Catherine Winer (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) will executive produce. Jeff Allen serves as supervising director.
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