Some after Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean’s first graphic novel violent case Published, Scary Monster, Lakesville Productions and Foton.Pictures have revealed that a film adaptation is currently in development, with Oscar-winning actor Ben Kingsley Additional play lead. The film is led by the creative team behind BAFTA nominated The Girl With All the Gifts , which includes writer Mike Carey, director Colm McCarthy and producer Filmmaker Camille Gatin.
Violence Created by Neil Gaiman ( Good Omens, The Sandman, Coraline , Lucifer, American Gods, Doctor Who) and Dave McKean (Luna, Mirror Mask). The original publisher of the graphic novel, Mike Lake, approached Gaiman to make it into a feature film. Lake recommends writer Kelly, who has written Lucifer and many others in the Sandman universe other books.
Violence Case is a journey into Gaiman’s mind as a renowned author recounts fragmented childhood memories And the interview is dedicated to the osteopath who once worked for Al Capone, as he weaves a dark and twisted tale of stories, our memories, violence and the way we can’t escape our past.
“I’m so excited to be working with this amazing team on Violence Cases It’s about the power and importance of storytelling, about how we negotiate the important role fathers play in our lives, and most importantly our inner child’s right to be heard,” Kingsley said.
The film will be produced by Edmund Kingsley of Lakesville Productions, Gatin and McCarthy of Scary Monster and Carlos Enrique Cusco of Foton.Pictures and Ari Taboada.
“ Violence is a wild, hallucinatory, yet thoughtful -p moving and Emotional comedy. It’s exciting to make a film out of this incredible, genre-defining production,” said McCarthy, currently working on Lionsgate and Temple Hill by Sam Starring Bagman in post-production on Claflin and Antonia Thomas.
For me,” Carey added. “It’s dark And playful defines a new approach to storytelling. Thirty-five years later, it’s still unique, and bringing it into a new medium is like discovering it again for the first time. Neil Gaiman redefines serial comics with The Sandman , but Violent Cases is his and Dave McKean’s Early masterpiece. Introducing it to new audiences and bringing its visual lyricism to a new medium is exciting. ”