Another comic book adaptation is currently in the works, as James Bond director Cary Fukunaga is set to helm a new project based on the Image Comics series, “Tokyo Ghost”.
The upcoming project, to be produced by Legendary Pictures, will revolve around the two main characters of the said ten-issue 2015 sci-fi series – Debbie Decay and Led Dent; peacekeepers working in 2089’s cyberpunk world of future Los Angeles, who are looking to work in the final tech-less county on Earth known as the Garden Nation of Tokyo.
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|Cary Fukunaga (left) with James Bond star Daniel Craig|
Rick Remender, creator of the comic series, will be penning the script.
It is noted that this is not the first Remender’s comic series that has been adapted, after “Deadly Class” was made into a one season series on Syfy back in 2019.
On the other hand, Fukunaga, who is known for movies like 2016’s “Beasts of No Nation” and 2011’s “Jane Eyre”, is prepping up for the release of his James Bond film, “No Time to Die” – slated for 8 October release.
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