Berlanti to Produce Duggan & Noto's "Infinite Horizon" for Warner Bros.

As an executive producer on The CW's "Arrow" and "The Flash," Greg Berlanti and Warner Bros. are currently on a hot streak when it comes to live-action adaptations of comic book-based material. As reported by multiple sources including The Hollywood Reporter, Berlanti is on board to produce for Warner Bros. a film adaptation of "The Infinite Horizon," an Image Comics miniseries by writer Gerry Duggan and artist Phil Noto, a six-issue story released between 2007 and 2011.

Berlanti Productions' Sarah Schechter, who's an executive producer for CBS' in-development "Supergirl" series, is also set as a producer for "Infinite Horizon," which has a script by Ryan Condal, who wrote last year's "Hercules" film and co-developed the TV adaptation of Oni Press series "The Sixth Gun," produced as a pilot but passed on by NBC in 2013.

Set in the near future, "Infinite Horizon" is inspired by Homer's "The Odyssey," and stars "The Soldier With No Name," on a unique and perilous journey home. The initial issues were among Duggan's earliest comic book work (pre-dated only by "The Last Christmas"), and the writer has since become one of Marvel's highest-profile writers, with work on series including "Deadpool," "Nova" and "Hulk."

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