Chrononauts movie

Even if you don’t read comic books you probably know comic creator Mark Millar from his many film adaptations such as Wanted, Kick-Ass and most recently Kingsman: The Secret Service. It seems like almost every Millar comic book gets optioned for the big screen these days, the last being Starlight, which has Star Wars spinoff screenwriter Gary Whitta work writing.

That a new Millar book would be immediately optioned is so obvious that the latest Millar comic Chrononauts, which was released just this week, featured a letter in the “letters to the editors” pages speculating about the possible feature film adaptation. And days later we learn a movie is indeed in the works at Universal. More details on the Chrononauts movie adaptation after the jump.

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We’ve been featuring the Poster Posse on the site for a while now. As you know, the collective group of artists create an online art show for highly anticipated upcoming movies. Past examples include Godzilla, Interstellar, Guardians of the Galaxy, X-Men: Days of Future PastPacific Rim and Big Hero 6. Poster Posse has announced their next digital art show is for George Miller‘s Mad Max: Fury Road, which I think we’re all very very excited for, right? Check out the first batch of Mad Max Fury Road art posters after the jump.

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