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The Devilfish Project Moving Forward





First we saw a brief mention about The Devilfish Project from actor Max Ryan on Twitter, and then we dug a little deeper to find out more. The film, officially called Max Ryan's Devilfish Project and being written by Fraser Townley and Byron Jackson, is based on a comic series of the same name, and a synopsis follows. Ryan will portray Federal Bounty Hunter Adam Winethrope.

From the Devilfish Project's official site: The year is 2095. Global warming has forced the sea levels to rise (as well as the salt table), shrinking the Earth's limited pastoral and arable land. There is not enough global land resources to feed the world’s bulging population. The free world has descended into chaos and crime, which brings about new world order instability – how can America police the world when they cannot take care of their own back yard? The Security Council sanctions a secret program that genetically and physically alters an elite team of crime fighters in an attempt to crush the gangs that are violently taking control of the country.

Not everyone sees the project altruistically, and the premature unleashing of the project's subjects creates more chaos than they were designed to control. Who is really behind the project and what is the real reason for its existence?

Visit DrunkDuck.com to read the comic online. Check out the teaser trailer below, follow Max Ryan on Twitter, and keep it here for updates!

- Debi Moore

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This looks amazing - when is it going to be released? Thanks for posting!


Submitted by BrookeH on Mon, 07/20/2009 - 8:22pm.
moderator Not for a while -- it's only
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Not for a while -- it's only in pre-production now. But we'll keep tabs on it for you.


Submitted by Debi Moore on Mon, 07/20/2009 - 8:38pm.

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