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‘Spawn’: Todd McFarlane Gives Update on Progress of Reboot

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'Spawn': Todd McFarlane Gives Update on Progress of Reboot

Todd McFarlane has just shared another update on the progress of his Spawn reboot. In a new chat with Bleeding Cool this week, McFarlane informed the site that it’s now or never to get the film made. We have embedded the entire snippet from the interview for you to check out below.

McFarlane told the site:

Something’s going to give in the next few months, right? There’s too many people pushing in that direction, again I’ve got a call later today on that very subject. You can imagine Spider-Man makes a billion dollars and everybody sort of gets sort of… I mean they were already crazy, now they just got twice as crazy.

I mean they got crazy when the only movies that were making money were superheroes, and then Venom goes and rocks it, and then Spider-Man comes in and obliterates it, so now they’re almost singular in their mindset of what kind of ideas they’ve got. So something has to happen. We’ll never get to the top of the mountain if we can’t do it now, with everybody wanting to do it now. Fingers crossed. I would say it’s now or never.

About a month ago, McFarlane shared a similar update to this one teasing that things were getting hot and heavy on the development of Spawn.

Are you ready for the return of Spawn on the big screen? If so, are you expecting a much more darker version of the character? You can let us know the answers to both questions by sounding off down in our comments section below this post.

Jamie Foxx (Django Unchained) has been cast as Al Simmon’s, our hellish superhero known as Spawn. Joining Foxx is Jeremy Renner (28 Weeks Later), who will play homicide detective Maximilian “Twitch” Williams.

Stay tuned to Dark Universe for more possible updates on Spawn in the coming weeks.

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