After years of failed attempts at making a ‘Hack/Slash’ movie, the horror comic is now being developed as a television series by Relativity Television, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
A cult horror hit, the project has spent years being worked on and has finally found its home. Skip Woods, the writer for films like ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ and the ‘Hitman’ movies, will be taking over scripting duties for the project.
Skip Woods will also executive-produce the project, along with Adrian Askarieh, Ray Ricord, Daniel Alter and Geoffrey Yim.
Created in 2004 and published by Image Comics, ‘Hack/Slash’ follows horror victim Cassie Hack as she battles terrifying monsters known as “slashers”. Along with her partner Vlad she obliterates any horror-themed obstacle that stands in her way.
No directors have been announced for the series yet.
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SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter