The director of the blockbuster "Planet of the Apes: Revolution" Matt Reeves and the scriptwriter of the action movie "The Book of Eli" Gary Witt decided to add a screen adaptation of the popular comic book series Mouse Guard to their track record b>( "Mouse Guard" ), writes the site The Hollywood Reporter .|
According to the source, Witta will adapt the original, and Reeves intend to take over the production functions, with the help of the founder of Boom! Studios Ross Ritchie and his colleague Stephen Christie. Matt does not apply for the director's chair yet.
The comic book David Petersen once won the honorary Eisner Award , was translated into ten languages, and its sales are now close to 1 million copies. At the center of events is a brotherhood of anthropomorphic mice from the Middle Ages, vowed to help their fellows and protect them from predators. The series is famous for its detailed study of the world, complex characters and a thoughtful plot.
There has already been an attempt in Hollywood to bring The Mouse Guard to the big screens, but it was unsuccessful. Petersen did not rush things and waited for the right moment to pass his creation into the hands of other filmmakers.
The Topic of Article: The Mouse Guard will close ranks on the big screens.