Hollywood intends to make a new attempt to film the comic book Painkiller Jane . As reported by Deadline , Lotus Entertainment , Solipsist Films and will combine efforts to create the film based on the graphic novel by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada. Freckle Films . The latter belongs to two-time Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain (Target One), who intends to take on the production functions and star in the film.|
Police officer Jane Vasco first appeared on the pages of Event Comics in 1996, and a year later they decided to devote a solo comic to her. Over the years, she has also featured in crossovers featuring graphic novels such as Vampirella , Hellboy , and The Punisher .
Jane used to work undercover to infiltrate the gang of New York crime boss Joe Fonti . Tom managed to find out about the progress of the police operation, after which he decided to set up an explosion in order to destroy Jane and the leader of a rival group with one blow. The girl was seriously injured, but miraculously managed to survive. Moreover, she managed to acquire incredible powers of regeneration, which helped her become a truly deadly weapon.
In 2005, based on the famous comic book, the television film "Painkiller: Conquering Pain" was filmed, in which Emmanuelle Vojier played the main role. Two years later, Sci Fi launched Painkiller Jane , which lasted only one season. The character of Jane in the multi-part action thriller was embodied by Kristanna Loken.
Attempts to transfer the invulnerable heroine to the big screen were made a couple of years ago, when Jen and Sylvia Soska were claiming the director's chair. The family duo set their sights on the R rating, but the sisters' plans were never realized. Now that the project has passed into the hands of Chastain and her partners, the long-awaited film adaptation of Painkiller Jane has all the chances to finally go into work.
The new production team is expected to start looking for a scriptwriter and director for the film shortly.
The Topic of Article: Jessica Chastain will conquer pain.