Spawn fans should get excited, as the anticipated movie reboot just took its next big step.
Todd McFarlane announced the new Spawn movie last year, and it seems to be rolling along quite smoothly. ComicBook.com's Jim Viscardi had a chance to talk to McFarlane about the project, which just started officially casting.
"We just officially the other day had our first casting meeting, and so what that means for anyone listening today is with the final script we're going to start sending that into Hollywood to actually go pick up the cast members," McFarlane said.
With a final script in hand and casting underway, Spawn is marching ever closer to the big screen once again, and McFarlane gave fans a sneak peek behind the scenes.
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While Spawn is the headliner, he isn't necessarily the biggest role in the film.
Spawn will be coming from Blumhouse, makers of The Purge, Paranormal Activity, and The Belko Experiment. The budget will be in the $10 million range, and no official release date has been announced.