While the project from "TRON Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski boasts a $100 million budget, it appears as though the Radical-produced script and eventual illustrated novel "Oblivion" will star Tom Cruise in an apocalyptic turn.
Radical Publishing and "Avatar" actor Sam Worthington have tapped director F. Gary Gray for the film adaptation of Rick Remender's "The Last Day's of American Crime" in which Worthington will star.
Courtesy of Radical Comics, CBR presents exclusive previews of "Abattoir" #1 and Steve Pugh's "Hotwire: Deep Cut" #2, both on sale this Wednesday, October 27.
The final issue of Radical's "Last Days of American Crime" hits this week, and CBR News has the details on the series' origins, the final issue, the proposed film and Rick Remender's views on the heist of the century.
Jimmy Palmiotti, Rick Remender and other creators joined Radical Comics at Comic-Con International to discuss their current and future projects, as well as film adaptations, motion comics and even a new toy line.
Jimmy Palimiotti and Rick Remender were among the Radical talent in San Diego for a Comic-Con panel to discuss their current and future projects, as well as film adaptations, motion comics, and even a toy line.
"Tron Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski took time out from Comic-Con chaos to discuss his first creator-owned book coming out from Radical Publishing, "Oblivion," while also sharing his thoughts on comic book films.
Director Sam Raimi, known for the original "Spider-Man" and "Evil Dead" series, is attached to direct a film based on Radical's graphic novel, "Earp: Saints for Sinners." He is also to direct an "Oz prequel and "World of Warcraft."
Sam Worthington and his Full Clip Productions partners, Michael and John Schwarz, spoke about their upcoming comic book, "Damaged" and their imprint deal with Radical to publish more comics and graphic novels.
The star of "Avatar" and "Terminator Salvation" is headed into the Hollywood comics realm as he partners with Radical Publishing and David Lapham for a graphic novel and film to be "Damaged."
"Snakes on a Plane" writer John Heffernan goes from the air to the streets in a whole new kind of story set in the Louisiana backwoods with a solid background of voodoo and necromancy.
Writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray and artist Paul Gulacy spoke with CBR News about "Time Bomb," a new series about a military squad sent back in time to stop evil in Nazi Germany.
Courtesy of Radical Studios, CBR presents a complete issue of "Hercules: The Knives of Kush," the trade paperback collection of which is in stores tomorrow, June 3.