Todd McFarlane's new Spawn movie isn't going to be what some people are expecting, and Greg Nicotero's creations are one of the many reasons why.
McFarlane is working on bringing Spawn back to the big screen, but there's going to be much more of a horror influence on this outing than in the previous adaptation. Having Nicotero on board only helps that end goal, and during a recent interview with ComicBook.com's Jim Viscardi McFarlane revealed that Nicotero's is really outdoing himself with the character designs.
"Yeah, I mean, I don't know if I told you. He did some 3D rendering for me,' McFarlane told ComicBook.com. "It's spectacular. I mean, it's just ... it's spectacular. And they're like little
Nicotero's designs serve to best illustrate that this isn't your typical superhero film, both to studios and audiences. Without the other elements to present, those differences are hard to envision by just reading a script.
"So when you say, 'I want to do something creepy.' And then you hand it, they go, 'Wow, okay, I didn't think it was gonna be that creepy.' I'm hoping that will set the stage for when they read the script, that they don't ... I let a
"I think, personally, I think if somebody goes in thinking it's gonna be one thing, action-oriented, PG-13 movie, and you start reading
"And if not ... Like I said, if not, then there are people on the outside that go ... I mean, I'm holding them at bay, because I'd like to have the studio in at the beginning, instead of coming back around just for a distribution deal. Anyway, we'll see," McFarlane said.
Spawn has no official release date.
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