Much like The Walking Dead, the Preacher comic franchise is sacred ground for fans. Adaptations have been the talk of the town for years now, and one thing is certain... for this to work, it has to be done right. Enter AMC producers Evan Goldberg and James Weaver.
It's been a big week for news about Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's small screen adaptation of Garth Ennis' comic series Preacher, which began when the duo revealed the AMC series will remain faithful to the comics. But will the show be as gory and nudity-filled as the comics are?
Last month we learned that powerhouse duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are penning a small screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis-created comic series Preacher for AMC, and today comes word from Goldberg about the status of the project. Read on!
Remember back in November when the surprising rumor was circulating that Seth Rogen was somehow going to be involved in a "Preacher" TV series for AMC? Well, it was true, and more details have arrived.
Big news today for people who are looking forward to the much talked about adaptation of the brilliant Garth Ennis comic Preacher. It sounds as if things are cooking in a really big way. Read on for details.
It's been quite a long time since last there was any movement on the front of getting a feature film adaptation of the brilliant Garth Ennis comic Preacher made. Today, however, director D.J. Caruso has some interesting news for fans.
The film adaptation of Preacher has long been talked about by Hollywood, but for whatever reasons it's never gotten quite there. Maybe it's the subject matter. Maybe it's the scope of the story. Who knows? One thing is for sure ... this is the closest we've come to seeing it happen.
Let’s face it… Special Makeup FX are the backbone of the horror genre. As engaging as storylines can be, as believable as acting is, and as competent as directing and cinematography are, fans pay money and put their asses in those seats or buy those DVDs and Blu-rays because they love the creatures.
Just last week we told you about the possibility of director D.J. Caruso (Disturbia, Eagle Eye, I Am Number 4) helming the big screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis comic epic Preacher, and now it seems as if that possibility has become a reality.
Did someone smash a mirror or something when first talking about the big screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis comic masterpiece Preacher? It's been seven years -- seven long years -- of discussion, setbacks, director courting, and a whole lot of nothing.
There's been talk about a big screen adaptation of Garth Ennis' Preacher graphic novel for what feels like forever now. Various directors have spoken about it, production start date predictions have come and gone, yet still ...
There's been talk about a live action adaptation of the Garth Ennis graphic novel known as Preacher with several big name directors attached to the project at one time or another. Each left for a variety of reasons but now one guy in particular seems to really be interested in taking the Heaven hunting gang for a spin.
Sometimes movies we're really looking forward to end up being tied up for what feels like forever. Three projects that have been floating around for a while now coming from producer Neal Moritz - the Escape from New York remake, the comic adaptation Preacher, and the horror comedy Man-Witch - are perfect examples of the unfortunate agonizing waits that we as fans must endure.
The talk about a Preacher film has been going on forever. Now, according to director Sam Mendes it looks as if it may be happening next year. Of course, I'm not holding my breath, but I do have my fingers crossed.
The Hollywood Insider reported today that John August has teamed up with director Sam Mendes in writing the screenplay version of the subversive comic book series Preacher. The comic centers on a small town preacher who becomes possessed by a sort of supernatural entity, half angel and half demon, and thus becomes imbued with a power potent enough to rival God.