Legendary Entertainment Archives

Saga Co-Creator Brian K. Vaughan Signs 3-Year Overall Deal with Legendary Entertainment
Vaughan is teaming with Legendary Entertainment, signing a three-year overall deal with the studio Under the terms of the contract, Legendary will adapt several of Vaughan's creator-owned comics; and produce exclusive, original Vaughan-created projects developed for film and television across both traditional and non-traditional platforms. Kendall Whitehouse "Legendary was instrumental in helping to revolutionize the way the world thought[...]
Legendary Entertainment Nabs Dark Horse's Black Hammer for Film, TV
It would appear that Dark Horses' "Black Hammer" comics by writer [user_id] has been picked up by Legendary Entertainment for development for film and possible tv projects. Black Hammer, first published in 2016, won the 2017 Eisner for best new comic and best lettering, as well as nominations for best writer, best continuing series, best inking team,[...]
Live Action Pokemon Film 'Detective Pikachu' Gets Rob Letterman As Director
It looks like Legendary Entertainment's live-action Pokemon film finally has a director attached Rob Letterman, who has thus far brought us such films as Monsters vs Aliens, Gulliver's Travels, and Goosebumps The script has been penned by Alex Hirsch and Guardians of the Galaxy's Nichole Perlman (who is also still currently writing the next installment in the modern[...]
Legendary Entertainment Acquires Rights to Frank Herbert's Dune Saga
Perhaps the fourth time will be better than the third – Variety is reporting that Legendary Entertainment has secured the film and television rights for the classic science fiction Dune properties from the author's estate. The deal apparently allows for development of both television as well as film adaptations, however Legendary has not yet commented if[...]
The Supercrash Of The Superheavy Fallen Star In Annihilator #5
But will there be any sympathy for the Devil? Annihilator is published by Legendary Entertainment, and #5 was released on February 4th. Wait, what? I have a lot of confused feelings and even confused thoughts about Issue #5 of Annihilator, one of my favorite comics out right now This is because the first half of the issue[...]
5 Notes On Annihilator For The Curious-Minded
Annihilator #1 comes out today from Legendary Entertainment, written by Grant Morrison (see his previous interview at Bleeding Cool here) and illustrated by Frazer Irving It's a "witchy" tale of a fair amount of complexity and considering its complexity is not something you'll be able to do at a first reading The visuals of this[...]
Legendary And Guillermo Del Toro Invite You To Get Scary
Variety is reporting that Legendary Entertainment has partnered with Guillermo Del Toro and YouTube to create a contest inviting folks with YouTube channels to create their own horror short film using YouTube Space The video below is an introduction by Del Toro and all the details for the contest are here It's limited to people[...]
World War Z's Max Brooks Brings Extinction Parade To TV With Legendary Entertainment
In theme, Extinction Parade compares well with TV shows like The Walking Dead in its vision of internecine conflicts among resistant forces during a zombie apocalypse, and also to shows like Hannibal for its horror elements depicting humanity as prey. Legendary Entertainment develops films (Legendary Pictures), television and digital properties (Legendary Television and Digital Media) and[...]