Spawn Creator isn’t Creating A New Video Game
Since Marvel began to make its cinematic universe more real, comic-tomovie adaptations are the hottest thing in Hollywood.
This business model has been proven to generate huge profits. As an example, the Spider-Man : No Way Home completely blew it out of its park both commercially and critically. The Batman is a huge box office hit – even though Warner Bros decided not to screen it in Russia.
One superhero reboot has yet to see the light of day. A reboot of 1997’s Spawn is rumored to have been in the works for some time. However, it has been claimed that Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Renner, and others are tied to the project. Very little information is available about the entire thing.
The very ’90s movie was preceded by the catchy Todd McFarlane’s Spawn: The Video Game on the SNES. McFarlane is the character’s creator. McFarlane said that he doesn’t rule out a tie-in with a videogame, despite the film receiving mixed reviews.
“I believe [the movie] is the driving force behind so many other things. The snowball effect is a business phenomenon. McFarlane stated that he doesn’t want to keep 30 things going. Then I feel regretful because we have a better opportunity to do something cool or a larger company is interested in joining us.
McFarlane seems concerned about the Spawn pie being stolen by “bigger” or more “cooler” gaming companies. However, it would be nice to prove that the film is actually in production. Now is the time to show us your stuff…