The co-writers of Venom, Scott Rosenberg, and Jeff Pinkner, are all set to pen a live-action version of the One Punch Man. It’s the famous Manga series adaptation.
Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner to write the screenplay for Live-Action One Punch Man!
In 2019, Japanese artist ONE published the first Punch Man web-comic. And the title immediately became an internet sensation raising 7.9 million hits in June 2012. According to recent reports, Sony is building up a live-action feature film based on the Saitama manga with Venom co-writers. Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner on board to write the screenplay.
According to reports, insiders state Sony is “high” on the One Punch Man property. Because of its prevalence and potential as another new cinematic franchise for the studio. The project will be under Avi Arad and Ari Arad of Arad Productions.
Saitama is famous among Mobile games as well!
Despite their work on Sony’s Venom, Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner likewise co-wrote the new Jumanji films for the studio. The couple’s TV credits incorporate scenes of Fringe, Alias, Zoo, and many more.
One Punch Man focuses on the journey of a legend named Saitama, a man who is fit for overcoming any adversary with a single punch. But, his incredible power leaves him exhausted by the absence of any real difficulties in his battle against wickedness. And he tries to locate a commendable adversary who can reestablish his thrill for the fight to come.
You can see the adaptation of the manga as a most admired anime TV series. The “One Punch Man” property has likewise made the hop to video and mobile games.
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