Spawn movie is another step closer to reality


Todd McFarlane, the creator of Spawn, has been trying to get another Spawn movie off of the ground. Due to his busy schedule, the film has been delayed, since he needs to finish the script.

Now we have news from The Movie Network that he should have the script done really soon…depending on when he actually starts it. Most of the story are written on index cards (yes, fancy), and getting the script done should take him about 7 to 10 days.

“The scenes are all in order, short of some dialogue that needs to get in, more than a quarter of it is done,” MacFarlane said. “Every twenty pages I write of a comic book could have been twenty pages of the film script. Every five issues I write could have been a film script. That’s what I’m hoping for in working with Paul Jenkins on Spawn is that I can just let him take it and go off in my corner for the next couple of months.”

So when will the script be finished? The problem is that McFarlane has ADD, so nothing is certain. Let’s hope he can find a cave somewhere to hide in so that he can focus on moving the Spawn movie forward. Unless you rather him focus on the other projects including a Spawn animated one.

In the meantime, check out this really cool Spawn fan film to hold you over.

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