If the following project sounds like something you’d be at all interested in, you’re nothing but a mouth-breathing, monkey-faced drool bucket stealing valuable oxygen from living creatures. Chances are, you’re also a movie exec. Here, I’ll just give you the title: Xombie. All together now: Fuuuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhhhck.
DreamWorks, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci could be walking with a “Xombie.”
Could they really? Could they be walking with a Xombie, Hollywood Reporter writer guy? That’s funny, because you could be walking with a keyboard up your ass, if only your editor wasn’t a spineless crotch pony.
The studio is in negotiations to buy “Xombie,” a pitch about a zombie who is also a policeman, from cop-turned-scribe Will Beall, with Kurtzman and Orci [Kortzi] in talks to produce.
A zombie policeman? Written by a policeman? I wonder how he came up with such an idea!
Beall is a former beat cop and anti-gang policeman in the 77th Division who recently became a homicide detective; he continues to serve in the LAPD while writing.
“Xombie” is based on a Devil’s Due comic book by James Farr, itself based on his online animated series. Farr’s creation centers on a zombie cop named Dirge who attempts to saves humanity’s remnants, particularly a young girl named Zoe, from evil zombies. [THR]
Based on a comic book? Well NOW I’ve heard everything. (*blows brains out*)
I want more like this!
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