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Matthew Vaughn Nabs Rights To Mark Millar’s ‘Superior’
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Mark Millar's Superior

Director Matthew Vaughn and comic writer Mark Millar are reuniting once more.

The Kick-Ass director has nabbed the rights to Millar’s comic book, Superior, with the hopes of bringing the book to the big screen.

Millar chatted with CBM, and revealed that the two have been working on the project behind the scenes for about 18 months now, and this should definitely ease some problems people may have. 

Personally, I’m not a huge Millar fan, nor was I too huge a fan of Kick-Ass, but I do think that the pair share similar mentalities and styles, making this marriage one that is not only fruitful, but one that should prove to produce some interesting projects.  At least one can hope, right? What do you think?

[Source: CBM]

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