Our pals at Kryptonsite have fresh screen captures for the January 26th episode, “Lockdown.”
According to Variety, “A History of Violence” exec producers Josh Braun and Roger Kass have sold off rights to “Button Man: The Killing Game” — a graphic novel by John Wagner and Arthur Ranson — to DreamWorks for a bigscreen adaptation.
Creator David Goyer talked to Now Playing Magazine about the upcoming Spike TV series. “We talked about doing a TV show actually since the first Blade film,” Goyer said. “We tossed around a couple of different ideas. But something I realized [was] that in order to do it for TV, we had to do something that TV could do better than the features. And one of the things that the fans always seemed to be really interested in were all the inner workings and machinations of the vampire world.”
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