Warner Brothers has just announced that it'll be making not just one, but three animated Bone movies based on the the popular and award winning comic by Jeff Smith. Kung Fu Panda director Mark Osborne will executive produce and co-script with Adam Kline.
The biggest question here is… what took them so long? Oh, I've no doubt there are misc reasons, but they've got nothing to do with how well this'll translate to the big screen, as anyone who's read the comic is picturing just how this'll look in their minds, at this very moment. At least they're making up for the wait by giving us a trilogy. Can't wait.
Adam Kline will co-write the script with Osborne. Dan Lin's Lin Pictures is producing with Animal Logic's Zareh Nalbandian, re-teaming after producing "The Lego Movie."
The comic, written by Jeff Smith and first published in 1991, focused on three Bone cousins who are lost in a vast desert until they wind up in a forested valley with an array of strange creatures. Scholastic popularized the comics in recent years by releasing "Bone" in the graphic novel form.
"Kung Fu Panda" director Mark Osborne will helm and exec produce Warner Bros.' animated " Bone ," which the studio is planning as a trilogy. Adam Kline will co-write the script with Osborne. Dan Lin's Lin Pictures is producing with Animal Logic's Zareh Nalbandian, re-teaming after producing " The […]