McFarlane Talks Rated R "Spawn" Reboot
Series creator describes upcoming film is his "Jaws."
By Chris Morse
Todd McFarlane recently answered some questions for AZCentral and among the topics discussed was his upcoming Spawn movie reboot. What we already know is that this film will not have any kind of origin story but the series creator has dropped some new details in this interview. McFarlane describes the movie as dark and heavy in revealing why this reboot will have a serious R rating. Surprising among the new revelations is the overall approach to the film, where the protagonists will be the regular people and investigators, with the lead actor being a cop, as opposed to following Spawn himself as a main character. Here's what he revealed so far:[blockquote-0]
The Spawn reboot will be produced by Blumhouse Productions with Todd McFarlane writing and directing. Casting is still up in the air but to be announced soon. We'll be sure to provide any updates when we hear more. In the meantime, share your thoughts on this reboot in the comments below.
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