Frank Miller's Production Company Names New CEO

Silenn Thomas has been named the new CEO of Frank Miller Ink, acclaimed comic book creator Frank Miller's production company.

Thomas has worked with Miller for years, serving as an associate producer for the film adaptations of 300 and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, two of Miller's most famous works.

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"Silenn Thomas is the perfect partner to lead Frank Miller Ink after her years of successfully elevating the company to the place it is now," Miller said. "She will oversee our operations in all aspects and continue our work with partners across different mediums to tell meaningful stories."

"Frank and I share an affinity for stories that affect and provoke," Thomas added. "I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to grow Frank Miller Ink to greater heights and to further strengthen our mission to explore new worlds, while bringing heroic characters into multiplatform formats."

Thomas is currently working on a TV adaptation of Cursed, an upcoming YA novel that is being illustrated by Miller. The drama tells the story of King Arthur from the perspective of Nimue, the first to wield the legendary sword Excalibur and the eventual Lady of the Lake. Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why)  is set to star, along with Gustaf Skarsgård (Westworld) and Peter Mullan (Ozark). The book will release on Oct. 1, while the series will drop on Netflix sometime in 2020.

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(via The Hollywood Reporter)

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