Marvel Directors Joe and Anthony Russo Are Developing a QUANTUM AND WOODY Series For TBS
Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are now developing a TV series adaptation of the the Valiant Entertainment comic book series Quantum and Woody for TBS.
The comic was co-created by writer Christopher Priest and illustrator Mark Bright, and was originally published in 1997. The comic draws inspiration from the characters played by Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes in 1992 comedy White Men Can’t Jump. The story centers around a pair of adoptive brothers who come together, after years of estrangement, by the mysterious death of their father. In the course of investigating, they are accidentally imbued with powers. The characters were later reimagined in 2013 by writer James Asmus and illustrator Tom Fowler.
With the Russo Bros. producing the series there's a chance that it could actually turn out to be a great and fun series. Deadline goes on to say that Joel McHale (Community) could be one of the stars in the series, but no casting decisions have been confirmed yet.
There are two other Valiant film projects in development and they include Bloodshot with Vin Diesel and the plus-sized female superhero comic Faith.
Have you read the Quantum and Woody comic and do you think it will make fort a good TV series?