Syfy developing DMZ comic adaptation with Mad Men writers
Andre and Maria Jacquemetton are writing Syfy's TV adaptation of Vertigo's US dystopian comic, DMZ...
It's far too early in the life of the project to experience anything like excitement about Syfy's in-development adaptation of Wood and Burchielli's DMZ comic book series; but the news probably justifies a momentary, mild tingle.
There. Enjoyable wasn't it?
The tingle-worthy team Syfy has created to work on bringing the US dystopian civil war mark two DMZ story to television includes Gravity and Harry Potter producer David Heyman, and Mad Men writers Andre and Maria Jacquemetton.
For those unfamiliar with the seventy-issue DMZ series, it tells the story of life during a violent American revolt for rookie photojournalist Matty Roth, who finds himself trapped in the war zone formally known as Manhattan. Translating that to television isn't going to come cheap, but done well, it could be quite something.
More news on DMZ as it arrives...
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