Brian K Vaughn

Y: The Last Man Movie May Someday Be Made

Take this news with a hefty grain of salt. If Vulture‘s “well placed sources” are to be believed, an adaptation of Y: The Last Man may finally be heading towards production with New Line Cinema. The studio first optioned Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra‘s popular comic book way back in 2003, but a steady series of false starts followed with directors and stars attaching then detaching themselves from the project. That’s not entirely a bad thing though seeing as two of the more recent names included DJ Caruso and Shia “Look at my serious penis!” LaBeouf. David Goyer, Zachary Levi, Louis Leterrier, and Alicia Keys have also been mentioned in various capacities.



What is Movie News After Dark? It’s a nightly movie news column that would like you to know that you should not be afraid, for there is far more news in tonight’s edition than the title above might suggest. The title is just a tease to whet your appetite for destruction. Today marked the first official day of shooting on Skyfall, the new James Bond film. The photo above was tweeted out by @007, the official James Bond twitter account, revealing the board for the first shot. In related news: Roger Deakins is shooting this movie? Awesome.



For some time now, the D.J. Caruso led adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn’s excellent graphic novel Y: The Last Man has been thought to be dead. It was set up last year by David S. Goyer over at New Line, but the studio has since chosen to go a new direction with their release slate, choosing to focus on films such as Sex and the City 2 instead. Now we’re getting an update, and Y may be getting some new life.

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