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Wes Ball Discusses His ‘Mouse defend’ Adaptation, Says it'll likely Be His next movie

The celebrated, long-running comic series Mouse guard is at last getting a movie thanks to the individuals at twentieth Century Fox who've recruited The Maze Runner franchise director Wes Ball to carry the Eisner Award-profitable property to life on reveal. Created, written and illustrated by using David Petersen, the Eisner-profitable comedian series follows a brotherhood of anthropomorphic mice dwelling in medieval times. regardless of it's cutesy sounding logline, the comic series is well-known for its complex characters, mature storylines, and designated world-constructing.
The plan is for Ball to group with the effects and photograph trap geniuses over at Weta Digital the use of the expertise pioneered on the contemporary Planet of the Apes trilogy to carry a photoreal rendering of the animal-centric tale to existence. Apes director Matt Reeves is on board as producer with Rogue One: a celebrity Wars Story screenwriter Gary Whitta penning the script.
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With The Maze Runner: The demise cure arriving on domestic video, Ball fresh spoke with our chums over at ComingSoon and shared some new particulars on his imaginative and prescient for the task, and it sounds like if all of it goes to plan, the Mouse guard film could be coming to theaters sooner than later and it's going to have one heck of a budget in the back of it.
"not to make any news or anything else, however I think that might be my next movie. I type of went off after this film, had a vacation and changed into sort of dreaming about what can be next, but if all goes according to plan this might be it. It may be fairly particular, really. We're just within the early levels, of direction, however it's gonna be a giant friggin' movie. My subsequent movie is likely going to can charge what my final three movies mixed charge. It's kinda crazy, because it's going to be one giant visible effects film, basically. It's a fairly liked little comedian series, identical as "Maze Runner" in a lot of methods. There's lots of people who love these books."


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