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Adaptation of Comic Series Savage Brings Bigfoot Vs. Werewolves to the Big Screen

Source:   TheWrap
November 5, 2013


TheWrap is reporting that Image Comics series Savage is getting a big screen adaptation, and the main selling point is this: Bigfoot vs. Werewolves.

La Linea's James Cotten will direct the film, which is based on the comic created by Jeff Frank. E. Thompson, and John Adams of Pathbenders will produce. No screenwriter, cast or release date has been set yet, but check back here for further details.

Co-written by Frank, Dan Wickline and 30 Days of Night's Steve Niles and with art by Mike Mayhew, the original comic series is described as follows:

"Peter is a shoe salesman desperate for a life transformation. Sam is a hunter of things that would scare the hell out of lesser men. These two collide in the middle of an epic battle between vicious werewolves and the legendary Bigfoot! And that's just the beginning..."


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