Mark Millar and Matthew Vaughn Teaming Up For ‘The Secret Service’

Over the past few years, the pair of Matthew Vaughn and Mark Millar have become relatively connected at the proverbial hip. Be it their take on Millar’s Kick-Ass or the much talked about adaptation of Superior that is set to take shape, their friendship doesn’t appear to be ending anytime soon.

According to The Playlist, the pair will be working on a big screen take on the recently announced comic, The Secret Service, which finds Millar and Vaughn teaming with artist Dave Gibbons. Vaughn holds the film rights to the project, and it should be looking to get going in the near future.

While I wasn’t huge on Kick-Ass, I do have a lot of hope for this flick. Details are scarce, but the creative team is really compelling, particularly the addition of Gibbons, one of the best and most storied comic artists around. Nothing much else can be said as details aren’t available, but this is definitely a film we’ll be keeping an eye on.

What do you think?

[Source: The Playlist]

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