Once decorated, the American Navy Al Simmons is killed in cold blood. He agrees with the demon Malebolgia to return as an assassin. But when he gets up like spawn, hell gets really wild.
The famous comic book creator Todd McFarlane sits on the director’s chair for the first time in a new adaptation of his 90s icon Image Comics, Spawn. Since 2016, McFarlane has been working publicly to launch a new film based on its bestseller. After all, things seem to be moving forward in 2020.
With a cast and the successful Blumhouse Productions studio ready to support the film, it’s just a matter of time, not whether Spawn hits theaters.
“Everyone in Hollywood wants a dark, R-class comic book film, and spawn is at the top of their list,” said McFarlane during a panel at FAN EXPO in Vancouver (via ComicBook.com) in 2020. “Phone calls are quick and quickly on. I talked to a few people at the Oscars, I have the investors in a row. It has changed since the Joker is no longer asking me to make spawn dark and scary ask. ”
Here are all the details we know so far:
There is no release date for Spawn. Production should begin in New York in January 2019. It is not yet known when the main photography will begin, although McFarlane promises that filming “this year” will start in 2020.
Is the teaser available?
No no. Spawn has not yet gone into production.
The cast of Spawn:
The cast of spawn is currently as follows:
- Jamie Foxx as Al Simmons / Spawn
- Jeremy Renner as Det. Sam Twitch
- In May 2018, Deadline announced that actor Jamie Foxx had been selected as the main character by McFarlane. The cast was confirmed by Foxx and producer Jason Blum, director of Blumhouse Productions.
Later that summer, in July 2018, Jeremy Renner appeared as Sam Twitch, a comic detective investigating spawn-related cases.
As far as we know, Jamie Foxx is still spawn.
What is the plot of Spawn?
Details of Spawn’s story are hidden. However, based on the interviews available, we know that the film will focus less on Al Simmons and his transformation into Spawn than on the range of human characters associated with Spawn’s supernatural activities. The character of the detective Sam Twitch, played by Jeremy Renner, will anchor the film as one of the film’s human traces.