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Goyer to Helm "Baltimore, or The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire"

Baltimore Graphic Novel

The graphic novel "Baltimore, or the Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire" by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden is coming to the big screen courtesy of production company New Regency and director David S. Goyer. Variety.com reports that New Regency acquired the rights to the book, which was just published by Bantam, in a deal worth seven figures. Mignola and Golden will write the script themselves. "Baltimore" follows Lord Henry Baltimore, who is turned into a vampire in WWI and watches the vampiric plague ravage his family.

David S. Goyer Takes On "The Invisible Man"

Variety.com reports that Universal and Imagine Entertainment have hired David S. Goyer (Blade: Trinity, The Invisible) to write and direct a new adaptation/sequel to H.G. Wells' classic novel "The Invisible Man." The film would follow the nephew of the original Invisible Man as he uses his uncle's invisibility formula to aid British intelligence during WWII (thus giving the plot some resemblance to 1942's Invisible Agent). Regarding the project, Goyer said, "I've always been a fan of the original H.G. Wells book as well as the Universal film and felt the property was ripe for reimagining." Brian Grazer (A Beautiful Mind) will produce the film. Universal previously produced a string of Invisible Man movies in the 1930s and 1940s, starting with James Whale's The Invisible Man (1933).

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