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Benderspink, Benaroya Aim For Big Screen With ‘Marksmen’
Benaroya and Benderspink are teaming up to adapt the dystopian comics series.
COMIC REEL: Grillo Hints At Crossbones In “Captain America 3”; New “Agent Carter” Promo Packs A Punch
Frank Grillo reveals if he's been contacted about playing the villain in "Civil War"; Peggy Carter goes undercover in new promo and more.
Mark Powers’ “Drafted” Gets Big Screen Development Deal With Benderspink
The military sci-fi series joins "Aspen" and "Five Ghosts" on the list of properties currently being developed by the production company.
Aspen Signs With Benderspink
The publisher of such comics as Fathom and Soulfire has inked a deal with the management and production company.
Bluegrass Films Snags The Order
Scott Stuber's Bluegrass Films has acquired the rights to The Order, the comic from ArcanaBenderspink about an elite group of Vatican agents that travels the world fighting evil forces.
Days Missing Heads to TV, Film
Benderspink and Roddenberry Entertainment hope to develop the sci-fi comic Days Missing as a television series and film trilogy.
Hills Have Eyes Director Circles Comic Adaptation Undying Love
Alexandre Aja is negotiating to direct Undying Love, Warner Bros.' adaptation of the vampire-action comic by Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman.
Gareb Shamus and Benderspink Team to Adapt The New West
Wizard founder Gareb Shamus and Benderspink have acquired the film rights to The New West, a comic by Jimmy Palmiotti and Phil Noto published in 2005 by Wizard's Black Bull division.
Arcana and Benderspink team for film-ready comics line
Arcana is partnering with Benderspink, the production company behind planned adaptations of Y: The Last Man and The Mighty, for a line of comics that can be developed for film …
Ross and Edwards’ Turf Optioned
Benderspink has acquired the film rights to Turf, the Image Comics miniseries by Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards.
Ross & Edwards’ “Turf” Gets Hollywood Option
"Turf," the Image Comics title co-created by Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards, is heading to Hollywood as the Prohibition-era gangster/vampire/alien series' film rights have been optioned by Benderspink.
Atlas Teams With Benderspink For Comic Adaptation Langley High
Atlas Entertainment, one of the producers of The Dark Knight Rises and Man of Steel, is partnering with Benderspink to develop an espionage thriller based on the upcoming comic by Tomm Coker and Daniel Friedman.
WB Falls For Undying Love
The studio has acquired the rights to the Image Comics action-horror miniseries by Tomm Coker and Daniel Friedman that's described as "equal parts vampire mythology and Chinese folklore."