In 2013 Dark Horse and Marvel will definitely be responsible for a number of comic book based inspiration in film business.Expectations have been running high for Frank Miller's and Roberto Rodriguez': SIN CITY - A DAME TO KILL FOR for a while now, – yet fans will have to wait until October to find out how the well known stories will be presented this time and compare it to the famous team's 2005 production. For those who can't wait, Miller's spectacular and scenic history blockbuster 300 - RISE OF AN EMPIRE will feature in August.
But that isn't all by a long way! With R.I.P.D. by J. J. Abrams. Dark Horse has presented another comic book series to be adapted by Director Robert Schwenktes. The amusing monster comedy is due in August.
Furthermore: Trekkies rejoice! Besides the browser games' three year anniversary, the dark blockbuster STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS will surely offer fans a genuine blast in May.
Don't miss the prequel comic book COUNTDOWN TO DARKNESS for exclusive insight into the film's storyAs is suitable for a blockbuster of this scale the prequel COUNTDOWN TO DARKNESS will supply the official background story to precede he film. It's co-producer and -author Roberto Orci, has largely contributed to the comic that will offer fans a large head start on all kinds of topics and discussions concerning the picture.
The Wolverine released by Marvel and 20th Century Fox in July is going to further explore the saga des of one ot the X-Men's most fascinating charakters, Logan. Marvel has published the first trailer on Youtube.
Image Comics and Luna Brothers to go "cinematic" in 2014Next to this number of long running and well known series, Image's „almost newcomer“ „The SWORD“ (2007-2010) will come to cinemas in 2014. Lakeshore Entertainment (UNDERWORLD-Saga) has secured the rights for the film and has already recruited Tom Rosenberg and Gary Lucchesi in terms of production. Shootings are due for the end of 2013. Lakeshore has also announced their plans for four movies.
If you are thrilled, but somehow feel a little too lethargic to leave your home, television will of course supply similarly eccentric programmes based on awesome comic books and series: THE WALKING DEAD, KORRA and CASTLE will offer appropriate entertainment.