Sony’s Harbinger movie has found a pair of new writers.
Deadline has revealed that Kicks scribes Justin Tipping and Joshua Beirne-Golden have been tapped to do a rewrite of the superhero film, which is being produced by Neal Moritz, the man behind the Fast and the Furious franchise.
The project follows a group of teenagers with special powers who are on the run from the Harbinger Foundation, a mysterious organization led by the villainous Toyo Harada.
Harbinger is expected be the first of five films from a deal between the studio and Valiant Entertainment, followed by a Bloodshot project from director Dave Wilson. The plan is for each movie to get a sequel before the characters cross over in Harbinger Wars.
What do you guys think? Are you excited to see Valiant’s own cinematic universe starting with Harbinger? Sound-off your thoughts in the comment section below.
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