X-Men screenwriter (and Solid Snake voice actor) David Hayter will be hitting Hollywood again, big time, as Latino Review has posted a few of his new genre-friendly deals.
The first of his projects with E1Entertainment will be penning a pilot for a prospective TV series of Push (whew, try saying that one three times fast), based on the superpowered filim starring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning.
Additionally, Hayter is eying his big screen directorial debut for the movie Wolves. Here’s what Latino Review got:
Hayter describes the picture as, “Twilight with a bit more bite to it, and without abstinence.” Hayter said he de-constructed past werewolf films, took out the mythology that haunted the screen adaptations, and found a way to make it a metaphor for a teen maturing sexually into adulthood, at the age when young men howl at the moon.
The sound you hear in the background is millions of slashfic writers pounding away at their keyboards. What say you, Rama readers? You excited to see Push hit the small screen?