We received a cryptic email recently that gave us a heads up on a creepy looking guy that looks to be heading our way. The people at Studio 407 Comics want us to prepare for The Night Projectionist. And judging by the look of him, you're not going to have to tell us twice! Yikes!
Frankenstein Mist. You don't see that very often on the evening weather report. Usually it's snow or sunshine. Me? I wanna live in the world where a good old fashioned Frankenstein Mist can turn the world on its ear. Studio 407's comic Night and Fog is just such a world, and it has just been optioned for the big screen!
I've been saying for years now that we need more monster movies! It seems people are listening, too! YAY! Anyway, enough soapboxing. Myriad Pictures has released the teaser art for the upcoming creature feature Hybrid, and you know we wouldn't let the day go by without offering you a look!
In a reversal of what we normally report here on the site, THR got word that comic company Studio 407 has hired screenwriter Neal Marshall Stevens to pen two new comic series for them.
Studio 407 and Myriad Pictures already have their next planned collaboration while development on Hybrid continues: The Night Projectionist, according to Variety.
Though it’s been relatively quiet from the Studio 407 team as of late, that doesn’t mean nothing’s been going on. The comic company continues to develop its titles into flms through their partnership with Myriad Pictures, the first of which being the creature feature Hybrid. Today they named Cube: Zero helmer Ernie Barbarash as the director of Hybrid; a very good sign that things are moving along.
You may recall a news story we did last month about a new deal inked between Myriad Pictures and comic creator Studio 407 (“Studio 407 Gets Myriad Deal” – December 2007).
Those of you who follow comics closer that I’m able to may be familiar with the work of Studio 407; they’re one of the new kids on the comic publishing block but despite (or maybe because of)this they’ve just signed a first-look deal with Myriad Pictures to create live-action features based on their property, or so says The Hollywoo